The Podocarpus is an evergreen belonging that most recalls the Buddhist temples: precisely this kind, shaped into bonsai, is the most used by the monks. It has an elegant bearing, with trunk at longitudinal grooves, and needle-shaped leaves and thick, that maintain an ephemeral consistency. Blooms, male and female, start from August and are distinguished by the inflorescences, solitary or grouped, respectively. This plant is among the conifers, the one that is best suited to indoor life: what they need is a dwelling in full sun throughout the year, except in summer, when you prefer the shade, and d ' winter, when you have to repair it by currents. Do not water it too often: just takes a couple times a week or when the ground is dry. The fertilizer, slow release or liquid, it is essential from March to October. Create a Tibetan area in the house with a Podocarpus bonsai specimen: Blending the elegance to the zen atmosphere of Japanese conifers.
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