How to make Rose pomegranate Bonsai

This kind of plant is a very precious species, and it will be the result of autumn, and the result will still continue to blossom. Even in winter, as long as it is protected against cold, it can still be used around the Spring Festival. So, how do you make a bonsai potted pomegranate? Let’s learn from it.

One. Sowing

1 Sowing time

This kind of plant has a strong vitality and is adaptable to the environment. In addition to winter, the other three seasons can be sown. Although the sowing time is arbitrary, but to ensure a certain temperature conditions, generally not less than 18 degrees, not more than 25 degrees, in order to ensure the normal growth of its seeds.

2. Seeding method

Since the shell of this plant seed is very hard, it needs to be treated with clean and warm water before sowing, and generally it can be soaked for one day. However, it should be noted that the soaking water should not be higher than 40 degrees, otherwise it may damage the seeds. After sowing, it should be covered with a layer of fine soil on the seeds, and it should not be covered, and it should be kept moist from time to time. In the summer when the temperature is too high, it should prevent the intrusion of hot sun and heavy rain, you can cover the seeds or move into the room. After sowing, it takes about half a month to germinate.

II. Transplanting

After the seeds germinate, wait for the new seedlings to grow to about 15 centimeters and they should be transplanted. Transplanting should be done with soil, use pots with a diameter of about 20 cm, and only one pot can be transplanted. Fertile garden soil should be used as a base soil in the basin, and a small amount of cooked fat cake should be mixed in. After transplanting, the plants should be tipped to help plants grow branches, make the plants low and dense, and improve plant shape.

Three. Management

If it is the rose pomegranate in early spring, it usually blooms in summer from June to July of that year and it will be the result in the fall. If the plant age reaches three years or more, one plant can flower nearly 100 at the same time and result in dozens. The fruit weight is generally about 80 grams, and the larger ones can even reach 200 grams. As long as the conditions are right, the fruit and flowers will always hang on the tree, and the ornamental effect is very good.

In winter, as long as the temperature of the plant is guaranteed at 5-25 degrees, it can continue to bloom after the autumn until the New Year. A friend in the South can let it naturally winter, and the North needs to move into the interior.

Adequate sunshine should be given when planting, and a long cloudy environment should be given appropriate supplements to facilitate the storage of plant nutrients and increase the quality of flowering results. In addition, the conditions for ensuring water and fertilizer can be appropriate.