Bonsai Forest Divi Divi

SKU: MYBG-BOSA-FODD
filler
Rs.3,150

Genus

Caesalpinia

Water Requirement

Daily

Flower Color

N/A

Flowering Season

N/A

Fragrance

Non Fragrant

Maintenance

Medium

Size

Medium

With Pots

Yes

Sunlight Requirement

Indoor Filtered Light,Outdoor Shade

Use

Balcony,Living Room,Vastu/Good Luck

Product Description

Divi Divi is a small thornless very slow growing tree whose seed pods are a source of tanin. It has very small (less than 1/2" long) evergreen foliage.

Buxus sempervirens

Family

Buxacaea

Origin

South East Asia

Description

Divi Divi is a small thornless very slow growing tree whose seed pods are a source of tanin. It has very small (less than 1/2" long) evergreen foliage. The small flowers appear in terminal clusters and are very fragrant. The creamy blooms are very sweet and pretty, but it is the bright colored copper and pink new growth that really attracts attention. Great for indoors.

Specifications

Age : 2.5 - 3 Years

Size (Approx) : L X W X H : 5" x 4" x 7"

Note : The plant might differ a little than the picture as each Bonsai is created differently.

Environment

Plant divi-divi in a sand or loam soil that is well-draining and is slightly acidic (pH between 6.0 and 7.0). It appreciates and responds well to lots of water during the heat of the growing season, but it is still a slow-growing species. Site the tree in a full sun location, receiving no less than eight hours of direct sun rays daily. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization, trees begin to flower and produce pods at an age of 5 to 7 years; seedlings are easily harmed by frosts and hot dry winds.

Bonsais are beautiful to look at and are considered auspicious too. The popular myth for Bonsai is that they can be kept indoors, however the reality is far from it! Bonsais are essentially trees which have been moulded into micro bodies!

Bonsai needs sufficient bright light. Keep it near a bright window or in semi shade. In balconies keep it on the eastern side where the sun is not very harsh on them. Keep the soil for bonsai moist. Don't over water it or keep the soil very wet or it will shed the leaves and eventually cause a root rot.

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