Japanese Elm Bonsai care


In this video we explain how to care for your Japanese elm Bonsai tree, also known as the Zelkova. Watering, pruning, fertilizing – all these topics are discussed. Keeping a Zelkova Bonsai alive is not a difficult task, but there are a few things you should be aware of. For more information, also check:
https://www.bonsaiempire.com/tree-species/zelkova

Bonsai trees are planted in small pots with minimal space for water and nutrient reserves. That means you need to water and fertilize your tree regularly. Make sure your Bonsai gets plenty of light, water, and fertilize when needed and your tree is sure to thrive!

If you are not entirely sure about your tree species, you can use this guide to ID your Bonsai:
https://www.bonsaiempire.com/tree-species

If you want to learn more about Bonsai, consider enrolling in one of our Online Bonsai Courses. For the curriculums and free lectures, go to:
https://www.bonsaiempire.com/courses

This video was filmed in the Japanese garden of Clingendael. We also like to thank Deshima Bonsai.

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