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Azalea bonsai don't bloom?? Help an Egyptian

Posted by Colyz93 Cairo (My Page) on
Sun, May 25, 14 at 23:36

i got a bonsai this week and it don't have any flowers the man who sold me it said that it had flowers but it don't now the flowers are closed ar died closed cant find flower opened except some old dead between branches i guess old from last time ,, if anyone can help me
Moss are turning yellow and some leaves turning yellow and brown
some soil was removed before i but it from bat watering i guess and i had put some tiny rocks and peat moss!!
it had some red spiders, insects and worms on it but i dueled with them well they gone now
how long should blooming last??
how can i fix the blooming thing??
how can i save the moss??
how can i make the soil more acidic for Azalea and Moss without harming them??
help please

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This post was edited by Colyz93 on Sun, May 25, 14 at 23:38


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RE: Azalea bonsai don't bloom?? Help an Egyptian

Azaleas are acid loving plants. Peat moss should be used in the soil mix and they don't like to dry out. They are seasonal bloomers and there are varieties that like sun but their flowers are larger. Most others are shade lovers. Good luck.


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RE: Azalea bonsai don't bloom?? Help an Egyptian

I must applaud your dueling victory with the red spiders, insects, and worms! Haha.
This might be obvious, but I just want to make sure your not one of those people who think bonsai is an indoor accessory. In other words, keep it outside. Some azaleas are late bloomers, while others may have bloomed already. I can't give you much advice otherwise, as you live on the other side of the planet as me. Also, I am not an expert.
Good luck, friend!!

Mikey Lee G


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