How to Grow Bonsai Tree Houseplants
How to grow bonsai tree houseplants. How to grow bonsai indoor trees. Indoor bonsai care. Tropical indoor bonsai. Growing bonsai trees in the home. How to grow a bonsai plant inside.
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Most bonsai grow outdoors year round as most bonsai species are deciduous trees which hail from the temperate zone. These plants need the change of seasons to trigger necessary changes in their growth cycles.
They typically put on new leaves in the spring in response to changes in temperature and light levels. Those leaves color up and then drop in response to the crisp air of fall.
These types of bonsai trees will not survive indoors for very long.
If you want to grow bonsai trees in the house you will need to grow tropical indoor bonsai species. These are plants than come from parts of the world where the weather is always warm like the interior of most homes.
If you keep your home very cool in the winter months--between 40 and 60 degrees F at night and no warmer than 70 degrees during the day--you can also grow subtropical indoor bonsai plants.
A discussion of the most important considerations in the care of indoor bonsai trees: temperature, light and indoor humidity levels.
How to Grow Bonsai