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Rosemary Bonsai Trees

Written By yusrifah Lc on Thursday, September 3, 2015 | 10:15 AM

Rosemary Bonsai Trees _ or in the latin name is rosmarinus officinalis, which translates to mist of the sea. In fact, more Rosemary Bonsai Trees plants suffer from too much attention than from to little. The tree fundametals for successfully growing rosemary are : Sun, Good drainage and good air circulation, which any conscientious beginning bonsai enthusias can easily provide.

Rosemary Bonsai Trees not only grow into versatile, fragrant and attractively covered wiht small purple, blue, pink or withe flower, but it hardy groundes cover with small leaves that add a distinctive flavor to goods. Trained into a bonsai, rosemary does well outdoors during warm weather and thrives indoors if kept in a well-lighted location.

Rosemary Bonsai Trees
Rosemary Bonsai Trees

Rosemary is an attractive evergreen shrup with needle-like leaves and brilliant blue flowers. The delicate flowers of rosemary persist through spring and summer, filling the air with a soothing pine fragrance. In natural habitat it blooms almost all year. Rosemary has interesting, fibrous bark, whicht the plants sheds partially makin this bonsai plant look very old and interesting even when it is still young. Not only attractive, Rosemary is useful for seasoning the traditional dishes in mediterranead cuisine.

Rosemary Bonsai Trees very litte care and can be grown outdoors as long as the temperatures in the winter do not drop lower than aroun 10 degrees F. Be sure to provide a sandy, well draining soil and 6-8 hours of full sunling. These plants thrive in warm, humd environments and can't take extremely cold aor extended periods of dry indoor environments.

Rosemary is perfectly suted for bonsai as it does best when grown in containers so that it can easily be moved indoors when the weather in not to its liking and protect it from drafts. Move your Bonsai back outdoors once all danger of frost has past as it does not particularly enjoy the conditions offered inside and will die without proper care.

Rosemary Bonsai quite often because they are very sensitive to drought conditions. The biggest problem with growing Rosemary indoors is its tendency to develop powdery mildew which is a white, powdery fungus that can develop if the surrounding air is humid and there is not enough air movement

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