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Bonsai Fukien Tea Tree

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20cm
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20cm
15cm white pot
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25cm blue pot
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The Fukien tea tree is a popular indoor bonsai plant with a thick, knotted trunk and evergreen, dense foliage of tiny, waxy leaves that contrast with its small white flowers and black fruits. It can be trained to grow in any direction and has a classic S-shape.

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To see me at my best

Put me on a bright window sill and keep my soil moist.

Plant Care Tips
Plant Care Watering can 1

Water me as soon as the topsoil has dried out or if my leaves look shrivelled.

White sun

Put me on a warm and sunny windowsill.

White misting

Mist me regularly and increase humidity with a water-filled tray of pebbles.

About Bonsai Fukien Tea Tree

History

The bonsai Fukien Tea tree houseplant is native to parts of Japan, Indonesia, Taiwan, and Australia, and is named after Fujian province in China. It has become popular as a bonsai around the world because of its attractive trunk, that be trained to grow in any direction.

Cultivation

In the wild, the Fukien Tea Tree houseplant grows as a shrub and produces small white flowers that bloom all year round. It typically grows to four metres tall, but there have been specimens found as big as ten metres.

Care

The bonsai Fukien Tea Tree houseplant is a tropical tree that requires lots of natural light, warm temperatures, high humidity and moist soil. They do require a moderate amount of work to keep them happy. Their soil should be checked every few days and it should be watered as soon as the top few CMs of soil has dried out. Prune the tree regularly to maintain the desired shape.

Did you know?

The bonsai Fukien Tea Tree houseplant is used to treat many ailments and illnesses. The leaves, roots and even bark have been shown to have a wide range of medically active compounds.

Toxicity

If ingested the bonsai Fukien Tea Tree houseplant can be toxic or poisonous so keep away from dogs, cats or other pets and small children.

Also Known As

Ehretia microphylla; Philippine tea tree; Carmona microphylla

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