Some people who keep bonsai don’t know much about the proper care that they need to do with it. They thought that after buying it, the can just display it to their area without worrying of repotting it or giving any attention to it. Like the trees, bonsais need to have proper care like the activity of tree trimming care.  

You have to remove or cut those parts that are already dead and those dying leaves as well It would look great if you would continue to maintain it. Aside from that, you need to choose a pot or container where the roots of the bonsai could breathe well and be able to get proper nutrients from the sun and water as well. It keeps them healthy and be able to maintain a good and appealing structure even though it is just inside your house.  

As you can’t cultivate them due to the limited space in the pot. It is a good way to transfer them to another bigger pot and be able to get and remove those old soil for them to have new soil and a lot of nutrients from the soil. You can make this one as your hobby as you would enjoy this and seeing them in a nice pot. You may follow here some of the best and great from those techniques that the experts consolidated. Especially in repotting them carefully and the best method to do it.  

  1. Check first you potted bonsai if it needs a repotting action. There could be a lot of signs in order for you to know if they need one or not. Inspect the roots of your bonsai, if you would notice some roots entangle to its other roots. Then, that would need an immediate action of repotting them. If could not give a chance to repot them. The chance would be that your bonsai will die and can’t get enough nutrients.  
  1. There is always a time for the repotting activity. Most of the professional people working on this would suggest to do it before or during the first part of spring. They believed that plants will grow even quicker during the spring, so it is better to do the cutting and replanting of plants and trees during the first month of the spring.  
  1. When you are repotting the plant, you need to make sure that you would lift them up and then remove the soil that is sticking to the bonsai. You don’t need them anymore. You can do it by using your bare hands.  
  1. If the roots are too much, then it is fine to remove some of them. Especially those small ones. Of course, you can’t remove and get away all of the roots. Make sure that it would not exceed 20 percent of the total roots.  
  1. After making it clean and removed those unwanted roots. You can now repot them to the new pot. You can put some fertilizers and other things to make them grow healthier.  

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