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Marijuana bonsai trees are real. They’re not a myth. You can grow a Bonsai ganja tree to soothe your soul and make you happy and high. Check it out.
Similarly to regular bonsai trees, cannabis bonsais are miniature plants that never really grow beyond a number of centimetres. These plants provide growers with an effective source of clone clippings, without taking up too much space or requiring too many resources. And best of all, they are quite easy to set up and maintain.
WHAT IS A BONSAI TREE?
After the mother plant is in the pot, you will need to situate a wooden stake to help train the plant’s main stem. You can use this stake to position the trunk of your bonsai any which way you want. It’s important to avoid any potential root damage during this stage. Gently press the stake into the soil alongside the stem so as to avoid damaging the roots. Afterward, you can use string or twine to tie the stem to the stake and the holes previously drilled in the pot.
If you are working with few plants and limited space, bonsai trees can be a real space-saver. However, the utility of these plants really becomes apparent in larger cannabis gardens where several canna-bonsai mothers can provide a huge variety of genetics for the entire garden. Creating and maintaining several small mother plants to use for clone clippings is a great way to maintain diversity in your cannabis garden without having to rely on seeds.
The third step is training your canna-bonsai’s branches. Similarly to how you trained the stem, you can train the plant’s branches by tying them down with twine. If you want your branches to be more horizontal, then tie them down with more force. If you prefer them to be more vertical, tie them down more loosely. When tying, make sure to leave a little room so the branches can grow without too much constriction.
Make sure you don’t tie the trunk with too much force, and always leave some extra room for the trunk to expand in size.
The regeneration will do wonders for the look of your canna-bonsai, because you won’t have to start nurturing a new one every time you harvest your buds, and believe me, they will only get more beautiful with time.
Phase Two – Trunk Training
Unfortunately it’s possible that there will be a decrease in the potency of your buds after every flowering, but because the end-goal of a canna-bonsai isn’t really the punch your buds can deliver, but the time and effort you put into cultivating it, and a wonderfully intricate design of your plant.
Also note that your plant won’t require so much water as it did during the flowering phase, so water it once and repeat once it’s dry.
A utoflowering cannabis seeds will grow under any schedule of light, however best results are reported being between 18-20 hours of light and a small amount of time in the dark to allow the plant to rest – from sprouting to harvest