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Jade Bonsai
July 15, 2012
11:50 pm
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AmitChugh
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Hello Everyone.

Here is my jade plant. i grow it from cutting in a 2 litre plastic bottle. it is one year old only. and it looks like ( atleast to me ) a bonsai plant . what you think ?

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jade is a secculent plant. it doesnt need any kind of care. just plant it in any kind of soil  and forget it.

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this is the original shape of my jade pant.

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i just cut lower two branches and it looks like a bonsai, not the best one but still beautifull.

and i am sure it will be a very good bonsai in next 1-2 years.

and 2 cuttings that i obtain from this plant.

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i also burry that cuttings in another plastic bottles.

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after 2 weeks my jade plant.

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July 16, 2012
2:29 pm
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crankdoofus
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Looks good, give it a few more years and a nice pot and you'll be very proud.

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July 18, 2012
9:54 pm
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AmitChugh
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thanks crankdoofus.

yes, i am expecting a good bonsai next year.

and i have an earth bonsai pot, but i am afraid of transplanting

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