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Post  杰遨-jie Sat Oct 30, 2010 3:13 am

woah^^ you truly have a large tropical collection..... nice tree's! they are more chinese style and free(i like)...baobab is rare here and you have some huge trunk ones! so luckyyyy Laughing Mad it seems that you know alot about tropicals and can keep them healthy too... just keep in mind the soil you use seems like it needs more oxygen in it,you can mix some gravel or chic grit with bark and some composted soil...shallow pots need lighter soil for better drainage(do you put a drainage layer at the bottom of the pots?)this will stop rot from occurring...all your tree's have potential!^^ jiayou.........


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Post  Khaimraj Seepersad Sat Oct 30, 2010 10:00 am

Yes, Ms. Iris, I sent a private message days ago to Soumya telling him that as well.
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Post  bonsaisr Sat Oct 30, 2010 3:42 pm

杰遨-jie wrote:(do you put a drainage layer at the bottom of the pots?)this will stop rot from occurring... jiayou.........
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After extensive research, this was found not to be true, in both the open ground and in pots. Of course, in many cases it would help if they did research specifically on bonsai. The safest way to avoid damp soil is to use a better draining soil throughout.
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Post  SOUMYA MITRA Sat Oct 30, 2010 4:54 pm

bonsaisr wrote:
杰遨-jie wrote:(do you put a drainage layer at the bottom of the pots?)this will stop rot from occurring... jiayou.........
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After extensive research[/[b]b], this was found not to be true, in both the open ground and in pots. Iris
interesting point! can you pl ease provide the research reference .The reference would help me to know more about the topic. Thank you.

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