Jade Tree in a Terrarium?

Posted by Ashley Carrier on 7th Nov 2023

Q: Would your dwarf jade tree do well in a cover glass terrarium?A: I’m afraid a jade would be a poor choice for a terrarium. Jades thrive in sunny, warm and dry environments. A terrarium would be too humid and wet, and it doesn’t take too much humid and wet for jade even when it’s in open air for it to become waterlogged and collapse. Jades are succulents and similar to a cactus. They store water in their “leaves” for when water is scarce.Sorry about that. I think a jade would look great in a t …
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Answering Your Frequently Asked Questions About Re-Potting Bonsai

7th Feb 2018

While bonsai trees are generally quite low-maintenance, there will come a time (several times, actually) in a bonsai-owner's life that they need to re-pot a bonsai. These trees need room to grow, particularly in the first years of their life. Repotting becomes a necessity.This is, of course, one of the most stressful events that can happen in a bonsai tree's life - and one of the few things you can do with a bonsai that carries a genuine risk of harming it. Knowing the proper ways to r …
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Hot Tips For Keeping Your Bonsai Safe During The Cold Winter

31st Oct 2016

Winter is coming and, depending on where you live, this might be a big deal or it might not. However, winter can be a dangerous time for some bonsai species, so we wanted to talk a little bit about how to deal with the coming season for those in colder areas.This blog will only be an overview. You'd be well advised to also look up a specific care guide for your bonsai species to ensure it doesn't have any special needs to take into consideration.Tips On Ensuring Your Bonsai Tree Has A Safe Win …
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