Making a Vertical Style Dwarf Jade Bonsai
Portulacaria Afra, dwarf jade or tree of abundance has been the subject of numerous criticisms, since being a succulent plant, many do not consider it a bonsai.
We won't go into that debate, but in any case, it can be grown as such, as long as it reacts well to some of the more well-known bonsai techniques.
The plant of abundance, since it is a succulent or crassula, perennial with tender leaves and brittle branches.
It is very easy to care for as it is very drought tolerant.
In its natural state it can grow up to 6 meters, and its trunk, although white, has a very pleasant woody appearance.
In this video tutorial below you'll learn how to make a vertically framed dwarf jade bonsai and bring a modern green touch to your home!
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Source: What a Plant
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