Spring Satsuki Bonsai Maintenance
It’s Spring and Satsuki Azaleas are in bloom or about to bloom. This year, we’ve made sure to carry a variety of colors including white, coral pink, and lavender. Constant pruning of your Azalea bonsai trees is important to maintaining the shape of your bonsai tree form. Azaleas that are left to grow without pruning will eventually grow long stems upon which the flowers will sprout. By keeping your tree pruned, you will maintain the bushlike shape that is desired in smaller bonsai trees.
To avoid killing your Satsuki Azalea bonsai tree, make sure you do not overwater it. Watering too much is enough to cause your tree to wilt. Satsuki Azalea bonsai trees prefer once a week watering even when left in full sun. Twice a week watering is okay if not done overly doused.
To view our Satsuki Azalea Bonsai Trees, please click the link below.