How to prune & wire a Gardenia Bonsai?

London City London Other Home & Garden

Listing Number: 82594
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Published on 17/10/2023

Description

Pruning your bonsai is important not only to maintain or create an aesthetic style but to also ensure light and airflow can reach inner leaves and the gardenia bonsai tolerates pruning well. As soon as the flowers have wilted and died, pinch or cut them off (around late summer). Remove the whole flower, including the dead petals and the whole bud from which it came. In this time period, begin pruning the branches and leaves too, since the buds for next year’s flowers will start forming. If left too late into the year you could risk losing them during the pruning process. Pinching out new growth after flowering would encourage the gardenia to grow bushier and ramify better.

Training your gardenia using wiring should be conducted in the May and June summer months, when the branches are most pliable. We recommend using wires with a thickness that matches the thickness of the branch: if the wire you choose is too thick you will damage the bark. If it is too thin, it won’t be effective.

For more information, visit our website for our full blog on a Gardenia Bonsai:

https://miyagibonsai.co.uk/gardenia-bonsai-care-guide/

See our range of Gardenia's:

https://miyagibonsai.co.uk/indoor-bonsai-trees/gardenia-bonsai-tree/

Location

Unit 9, Rainbow Works, 21 Markfield Road
N15 4RG
London City
London
England
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