Chinese Elm Bonsai

MikeO55(9)July 23, 2014

I just got a Chinese Elm Bonsai and I realize that it is an outside tree. I wonder if it is going to be OK with the 110+ heat we have now. Should I keep it inside for a while?

Anyone in Phoenix area growing Bonsai? I could use some advice since this is my first.

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If you just got the tree and it's been growing inside, I'd keep it in the house until fall. Not sure if it needs a seasonal change to be happy, but if it's an elm, it probably does. I grow tropical bonsai and they are very happy to be inside, and don't need a seasonal change, just a few months outdoors until summer. You may want to keep your tree outside for the winter. Use a humidity tray with pebbles and feed lightly with every watering. Lots of light indoors, stay away from dark windows.

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