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What should I do when the stalks turn yellow?
The main cause of yellowing stalks is due to unchanged water and cold temperatures. Unfortunately, once the stalks begin to turn yellow, it may be too late to save the bamboo and is either dead or dyi
What should I do when the bamboo leaves turn yellow?
The most common factors for yellowing leaves are either too much sunlight; and/or too salty or heavily-fluoridated tap water. It is best to keep the bamboo away from sunlight and to use filtered w
What should I do when my bonsai tree's leaves turn yellow?
When the leaves turn yellow, it is usually a sign of lack of water absorption to the roots. The first thing to do is to increase the amount of water to at least a mug size amount everyday and it is be
What should I do when the money tree leaves turn yellow?
The most common factors for yellowing money tree leaves are too much sunlight, wide range of temperature fluctuations throughout the day and/or over-watering. It is best to keep the plant away fro
What are the causes for Yellow leaves?
Bonsai trees require full time care. The most important aspects in growing and caring for your bonsai includes watering, humidity, lighting, temperature, fertilization, and air and soil circulation. I
Watering : Checking for Signs of Stress
In Japan, only the most senior level apprentice or student is permitted to water the trees. The reason for this is because watering the trees requires experience and knowledge of each species of
How often should I be watering my money tree?
We recommend watering the tree whenever the soil looks dry. Depending on the local climate conditions, this may be once a week or once a month. However, the plant can still do well without much water
Forcing Elm Leaves During Winter
Similar to its larger sized counterpart, the Chinese Elm bonsai tree is known to lose its leaves in the winter if kept outdoors in cold temperatures. Unfortunately, some people may think that the tre
Is artificial light sufficient enough for a bonsai?
On a long term basis, bonsai plants do not do well without at least some filtered sunlight to allow the leaves to grow and stay green. Artificial lighting alone will eventually result in yellowing lea
Chinese Elm Bonsai Tree Care Information
The Chinese Elm enjoys partial filtered natural sunlight. Prolonged direct exposure to intense sun may burn the plant and yellow the leaves. The Chinese Elm constantly rotates leaves and sprouts
Braided Money Tree Care Information
The Pachira Aquatica (Money Tree) is a very hardy plant that can withstand low light conditions and infrequent watering. We recommend watering the tree whenever the soil looks dry but the soil s
Lucky Bamboo (Lighting)
Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderia) thrive in indirect sunlight. Full sun will cause the leaves to turn yellow. Even filtered direct sunlight may harm your plant. Lucky bamboo like room temperature clim
General Care for Event Favors
Bamboo Favors Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderia) thrive in indirect sunlight. Full sun will cause the leaves to turn yellow. We recommend watering your lucky bamboo arrangement with filtered or bott
Winter and Tree Dormancy
Tree Dormancy causes a lot of worry for many newcomers to bonsai. It can be scary to start seeing your tree start to have yellow leaves or even drop them altogether. Luckily this is very nor
What type of plants can I have in low-lighted areas?
Lucky Bamboo because it thrive in indirect sunlight. Full sun will cause the leaves to turn yellow.
Bonsai Training: Clip and Grow Method Basics: Tip # 1
Of the methods in which you can train your bonsai tree, the clip and grow method is the easiest. Simply put, it requires just basic shears to do. However for your tree to develop correctly,