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Cotoneaster Flowering Bonsai Tree Gift Set

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Cotoneaster Flowering Bonsai Tree Gift Set

Cotoneaster Bonsai Tree Care


Outdoor bonsai tree.  Site in full sun or partial shade. It will require protection from heavy, prolonged frost.


Water daily during growing season. Keep moist during winter.


Prune back new shoots regularly when the tree is growing. Cotoneaster have a dense growth habit and with regular pruning this can be increased. The shoots grow very straight. These shoots can be trained with bonsai wire if you wish.

Although Cotoneaster are evergreen trees, each leaf does not live forever. Old leaves from previous years growth will yellow and fall away. Keep the bonsai looking smart by removing these old leaves from the tree and the soil surface. This will help to encourage light into the crown, aiding new growth.


Feed every two weeks from spring to autumn, using a mild fertiliser at around NPK 555. You can also use a slow release fertiliser such as Naruko.


Repot annually or every two years using a general bonsai soil mix.


Cotoneaster Flowering Bonsai Tree Gift Set

Small leaves, nice flowers and tiny berries make the Cotoneaster a great species for bonsai. These bonsai need to live outside most of the year, and given protection from frost in the winter. A really good set comprising of some useful bonsai bits to get you started.

Set comprises of:

  • 1 x Cotoneaster bonsai tree in 15cm ceramic pot. Tree shown is a typical example of tree you will receive. Approximately 30cm tall including the pot.
  • 1 x Pair trimming scissors
  • 1 x 15cm plastic drip tray
  • 1 x Pack of Naruko slow release fertiliser

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