Making a Vertical Style Dwarf Jade Bonsai

Portulacaria Afra, also known as dwarf jade or tree of abundance, has sparked numerous debates because, being a succulent plant, some hesitate to consider it a bonsai.

Putting that debate aside, it can indeed be grown and shaped as a bonsai, responding well to several well-known bonsai techniques.

This delightful plant, known for its abundance, is a perennial succulent with tender leaves and delicate branches, making it quite easy to care for as it thrives even in drought conditions.

In its natural habitat, it can reach up to 6 meters in height, and its white trunk boasts a charming, woody appearance.

In the following video tutorial, its author will guide you through the process of creating a vertically framed dwarf jade bonsai, adding a modern touch of green to your home!

We hope you enjoy this video about Making a Vertical Style Dwarf Jade Bonsai

Source: What a Plant

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