Planting time and soil of ginkgo biloba
When making ginkgo bonsai, you need to choose the right time. Generally, it is better to plant in spring and autumn. When making bonsai, ginkgo needs to choose a deeper pot, because ginkgo itself is a deep -rooted plant. When planting, soil generally chooses loose and fertile soil rich in humus, which requires good drainability.
Placement of Ginkgo Bonsai
When placing ginkgo bonsai, because ginkgo is a plant that likes light, it needs to be placed in places with sufficient light, and it is best to be a place where the air is more circulating and the environment is more moist. However, in summer, pay attention to proper shading. It can overwinter outdoors in winter, but pay attention to heat preservation.
Ginkgo Bonsai Water Fertilizer Management
When breeding ginkgo bonsai, you need to keep the pot soil moist and not too dry, but do not have stagnant water. In summer, because the temperature is highly evaporated, you need to water more. Pour once every morning and evening. When you enter the autumn, you need to reduce watering. If you apply fertilizer, the main fertilizer is applied in winter. During the strong period of growth in spring and summer, it is necessary to pursue it in a timely manner. Generally, it is a thin fertilizer water, which can promote the growth of branches and leaves.
Pruning of Ginkgo Bonsai
Ginkgo bonsai needs to be trimmed to maintain a good shape. In spring, ginkgo starts to sprout. At this time, trimming can be carried out. The branches should be kept in a relatively sparse state. If the bonsai is compared, it can be kept 3 — 5 branches. In order to shape the shape, the branches can be tied or trimmed to achieve a certain ornamental effect.
Ginkgo bonsai should turn over the basin in time
The pelvis of ginkgo is usually performed once every two years, which is performed in the spring equinox. The root system of Ginkgo is relatively developed, so when turning the basin, you can properly trim the roots, remove some soil, and then re -the pot.