How and how much to water bonsai ginseng
Ginseng bonsai is a dwarf reproduction of the original plant which is obtained through specific pruning operations. All the watering operations of the bonsai ginseng must be carried out regularly, checking that all the soil surrounding the dwarf plant is moistened, making sure that the water does not stagnate. Consequently, proceed with watering as soon as you notice that the earth begins to dry out and dry out, avoiding continuous spills of water if the plant does not really need it. Remember that if the soil remains soaked for too long, you risk killing the roots by suffocating them. A tip we can give you is to arrange a saucer containing clay wet with water, allowing the roots to live in the right humidity without accumulating stagnation.
How to take care of ginseng bonsai
Take care of bonsai ginseng it is quite simple, remember that it does not need special attention regarding the watering, to keep it in the best way you must ensure that the soil is neither too dry nor impregnated with water, but slightly humid. The ideal period in which to carry out all the pruning is the spring one. These operations contribute to the care and maintenance of the dwarf plant. After the practice of pruning, towards the end of spring, carry out the repotting, or replace the old soil of the bonsai with new soil. During this operation, take advantage of it to reduce the roots of the plant, being careful not to overdo it. While applying metal wire to the crown and branches to make it take the shape you like, be careful not to break the branches.