this shrub is part of a family native to Asia and Europe, in particular this variety comes from Taiwan, in nature it reaches 12-15 meters in height, but has a very slow growth. It has smaller oval, dark green leaves than the other varieties, producing small white flowers in autumn; the bark is light brown, very wrinkled and twisted, pleasant to the touch; the branches are very dense and compact; it is a very suitable plant to be grown as an indoor bonsai, it does not present many difficulties.
Pruning: it is pruned throughout the growing season, from spring to late autumn, it is good to practice vigorous pruning at the end of flowering. The wire can be applied throughout the year, paying particular attention not to damage the beautiful bark, as the scars disappear very slowly.
Exposure: loves the bright positions, but not the direct rays of the sun; in summer it can be taken outside, protecting it from the sun and excessive heat. In winter, he stays indoors, possibly near a window.
Nut Case – Fritillaria meleagris
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Boxwood – Buxus sempervirens
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Watering: it should be watered often during the hottest periods of the year, possibly by immersion, letting the soil dry well between one watering and the other; in winter supply water sporadically, if the environment is very heated, vaporize the leaves with non-calcareous water. Provide fertilizer with the watering water, every 10-12 days, from May to September, every month during the rest of the year. Soil: the best soil for this plant is made up of a mixture of a part of peat, a part of sand and two parts of clay. The box should be repotted every year, from the beginning of spring to the beginning of autumn, by pruning the roots. and peat in equal parts, which must be kept humid. Pests and Diseases: boxwood often suffers from root rot, therefore avoid water stagnation; it can be attacked by aphids and red spider mites.