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Produzione e vendita olio extravergine di oliva pugliese

Olive Bonsai

Format: 3 kg

45.00

Puglia enters your home, furnishing it with one of its most important and recognised symbols.

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informazioni sul prodotto

A ceramic vase made and hand-painted by our potters in Puglia to decorate your home.

Tips for caring for your olive bonsai:

Your olive bonsai needs to be kept outside all year round, on the terrace, balcony or in the garden. During the summer it should be shaded to protect it from direct sun, which, although not damaging to the plant, dries out the soil in the pot too quickly. During the winter, in the event of frost, the roots must be protected by means of measures such as wrapping the pot with protective nylon or placing it in a box in a protected corner or placing it in a cold greenhouse or in an unheated interior near the window.

Watering: as with any bonsai tree, water whenever the soil in the pot is dry. The frequency of watering depends on many factors such as size, location, seasons, type of soil in the pot. In spring/summer, when the temperature is warmer and the plant resumes vegetative activity after its winter rest, the soil dries out faster than it does during autumn and especially winter. Watering will therefore be more frequent in summer. In the spring, when the vegetative activity starts again, to maintain the shape of the foliage and to encourage the growth of new small branches within it, the new shoots that extend upwards are pruned.

As regards fertilisation, the olive tree needs to be fertilised during the entire vegetative period from spring (March) to autumn (October) with specific fertilisers for bonsai, preferably with a slow-release organic base. In the winter, as with all outdoor bonsai trees, it must not be fertilised as it enters the winter hibernation phase.

Peso
3 kg
Formati disponibili
Dimensioni
35,00 h x 13,20

OIL CULTURE

product information

A ceramic vase made and hand-painted by our potters in Puglia to decorate your home.

Tips for caring for your olive bonsai:

Your olive bonsai needs to be kept outside all year round, on the terrace, balcony or in the garden. During the summer it should be shaded to protect it from direct sun, which, although not damaging to the plant, dries out the soil in the pot too quickly. During the winter, in the event of frost, the roots must be protected by means of measures such as wrapping the pot with protective nylon or placing it in a box in a protected corner or placing it in a cold greenhouse or in an unheated interior near the window.

Watering: as with any bonsai tree, water whenever the soil in the pot is dry. The frequency of watering depends on many factors such as size, location, seasons, type of soil in the pot. In spring/summer, when the temperature is warmer and the plant resumes vegetative activity after its winter rest, the soil dries out faster than it does during autumn and especially winter. Watering will therefore be more frequent in summer. In the spring, when the vegetative activity starts again, to maintain the shape of the foliage and to encourage the growth of new small branches within it, the new shoots that extend upwards are pruned.

As regards fertilisation, the olive tree needs to be fertilised during the entire vegetative period from spring (March) to autumn (October) with specific fertilisers for bonsai, preferably with a slow-release organic base. In the winter, as with all outdoor bonsai trees, it must not be fertilised as it enters the winter hibernation phase.

Weight
3 kg
Format
Dimensions
35,00 h x 13,20