How to Repot a Bonsai tree

How to Repot a Bonsai tree

To prevent your Bonsai from being pot-bound and ultimately starving to death, It’s crucial to repot, or transplant regularly. A tree becomes pot-bound as it uses up the available nutrients in the soil and the roots grow to the shape of the pot.
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Due to the lack of space and nutrients, the trees stop growing, and if no action is taken, it will surely die. Repotting or transplanting your Bonsai will resupply the tree with the nutrients it needs to grow and flourish.

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