On a cloudy or chilly day, a cool workshop, pick your choice, it’s a perfect time to repot your Scots pines. This is the gap between spring growth building up energy and root growth and expansion.
This week at BONSAI ON a Yamadori Scots pine is finding a new clay home to settle roots and coming closer to being a bonsai.
We had a two-week holiday enjoying some relaxed days. Watering has been necessary of course a few times a day, having lots of dry sunny weather. Now I look forward to the next part of the season, adding fertilizers supporting the late summer growth.
Please watch the latest video now where I explain the theory and practice of summer repotting one flush pines.