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Existing Bonsai A To Z Entry for Honey Locust (Gleditsia Triacanthos)

Honey Locust (Gleditsia Triacanthos)

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Bonsai Care

An elegant, hardy tree with delicate fern-like leaves that turn pale yellow in autumn. Branches are covered in distinctive three pointed thorns.

STYLE : Suitable for informal upright, slanting, semi-cascade or twin trunk.

WARNING : None recorded.

Care Info

 REPOT : Every other year in early spring just prior to bud burst.

SOIL : Ideally Akadama or 40:60 grit:organic.

PRUNE : Prune hard or right back to trunk in winter.

PINCH : Trim new shoots constantly throughout summer.

SOIL : Free draining soil such as Akadama.

WATER : Daily throughout growing season but infrequently during winter months.

FEED : Balanced feed every two weeks during spring/summer.

WARNING : None recorded.

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