Fukientea - The bonsai for the warm window
This tree was named after its home: The South Chinese province of Fukien. Through his abstract growth he looks like a gnarled tree as a young bonsai. With good care, the Carmona develops small, white, star-shaped flowers all year round, and then yellow or red berries (not edible).
Lovingly, this Fukientee has been designed for you by hand for years.
Thus every tree was unique.
Fukientea, bad teaBotanical name:
approx. 14 x 8cmTotal height:
Bright, warm window place for a sun lover
In the summer like outdoors
In summer about 2-3 times a week
A Carmona should never dry out
Do not pour again until the earth is only slightly moist. Make the finger test!
Set your tree instead of pouring it once a week for 10 minutes
In a water bath!
In summer every 2-3 weeks
In winter every 4-6 weeks
You will get a tree similar to the one pictured. The color of the plant bowl and the emblems can deviate from the article picture. Depending on availablity