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The first step is preparing your pot for the plant. Since you’re growing bonsais, you want to select a suitably small pot. In order to facilitate training, some growers prefer to drill holes around the perimeter of the pot for string or twine. Just make sure that the holes are big enough to actually fit the twine you are planning on using. Failing to do so may result in a bad surprise when it comes time to train.

How To Grow A Marijuana Bonsai

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.

In the never-ending quest to produce the best buds around, growers have developed several strategies to optimise their cannabis grow. One of these strategies is the growth and maintenance of cannabis bonsai trees.

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?

A bonsai tree is essentially a miniature tree. However, the term bonsai does not refer to a specific species of tree, but rather to the growing technique used to keep trees at this small size. The goal of growing a bonsai tree is to develop a healthy, mature, authentic plant that will only grow to a fraction of its natural size.

Originating in ancient China and Japan, the practice of growing bonsai trees has lasted for over a thousand years. Translated from Japanese, the word bonsai means “planted in container”. By planting trees in small containers, their ability to absorb nutrients and develop extensive root systems is restricted, resulting in their miniature size.

CANNABIS BONSAI TREES

The primary reason why people grow canna-bonsai trees is to produce clone clippings. Because each mother plant remains small, cannabis bonsais takes up much less space than a full-grown mother plant.

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.

HOW DO YOU GROW A CANNABIS BONSAI?

There are several steps to planting and growing a cannabis bonsai tree.

STEP ONE: PREPARE THE POT

The first step is preparing your pot for the plant. Since you’re growing bonsais, you want to select a suitably small pot. In order to facilitate training, some growers prefer to drill holes around the perimeter of the pot for string or twine. Just make sure that the holes are big enough to actually fit the twine you are planning on using. Failing to do so may result in a bad surprise when it comes time to train.

STEP TWO: PLANT YOUR CUTTING

The second step is to properly set the mother plant in the pot. When choosing a cutting for a mother plant, make sure that you pick a healthy and sturdy one. Clippings can be taken from the plant several times per year, so it’s important to ensure the mother of these clones is capable of producing quality buds.

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.

STEP THREE: TIME TO TRAIN

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.

STEP FOUR: PRUNING

Now it’s time to prune the branches. As the plant grows, its branches must be restricted in order to preserve the classic bonsai shape and stature, and to maintain airflow to the plant’s main stem. It’s important to only prune offshoot branches, as cutting main ones could seriously hurt the health and growth of your plant.

How long bonsai mother trees should be kept around for is a topic of debate. Since canna-bonsais are held indefinitely in the vegetative stage, they can technically be kept for as long as they are alive. Many growers have found that pure indicas degrade quicker and pure sativas last longer. Generally, you should consider replacing indicas every 3–4 years, replacing hybrids every 4–5 years, and replacing sativas every 5–6 years. However, these timeframes are far from certain, and will largely depend on the strain, and the quality of care that the plant receives during its life.

WHICH STRAINS ARE BEST FOR CANNABIS BONSAI TREES?

Because each strain’s genetics are different, certain cultivars will be better suited for developing into canna-bonsais. Here are a couple of strains that, thanks to their short stature, we think are ideal candidates for growing into canna-bonsai trees.

CRITICAL KUSH

Critical Kush is an indica-dominant hybrid that grows short and bushy thanks to its 80:20 indica:sativa ratio. Moreover, this strain’s high THC content and relaxing, sedative properties make it an excellent source of indica.

Critical Kush
Critical x OG Kush
500 – 550 gr/m 2
60 – 100 cm
7 – 8 weeks
THC: 20% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
20% Sativa, 80% Indica, 0% Ruderalis
500 – 550 g/per plant (dried)
100 – 140
Late September
Extremely stoned long-lasting & body relaxing
Critical Kush

Critical x OG Kush
500 – 550 gr/m 2
60 – 100 cm
7 – 8 weeks
THC: 20% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
20% Sativa, 80% Indica, 0% Ruderalis
500 – 550 g/per plant (dried)
100 – 140 cm
Late September
Extremely stoned long-lasting & body relaxing

WHITE WIDOW

White Widow is a Dutch classic that has grown into one of the most legendary strains on the planet. This well-balanced hybrid delivers a potent mix of sativa and indica effects, and features soaring THC levels of over 20%. If you are considering growing an indica-sativa hybrid canna-bonsai, you can’t go wrong with White Widow.

Being a sativa-dominant cultivar, Royal Dwarf encourages social, uplifting highs; yet the experience is rounded out with a relaxing, soothing effect that brings out the best from the Skunk genetics. You can’t grow wrong with a low-profile strain that has been hybr >Royal Queen Seeds . Start your cultivation exploration today and find out all there is to know about Royal Dwarf!

Royal Dwarf

SMALLEST STRAIN “INDA HOUSE”

By combining potent Skunk genetics with a ruderalis variety, the hardiest, most compact strain known as Royal Dwarf churns out impressive yields for a plant of its stature. Reaching only 40–60cm in height, this feminized autoflowering variety isn’t only fast-flowering and the ideal size for a discreet guerilla grow, her intense aroma will remind you of the potency contained within her buds.

Who needs a bonsai plant when you can crop a miniature cannabis tree that will have you surfing the cosmos? The plant’s tight buds and resistant nature are further heightened by its brief life cycle, which completes in 8–9 weeks from seed to harvest.

By the end of the flowering phase, resin-covered flowers will impress the cultivator who didn’t believe autoflowering strains could really deliver. Royal Dwarf produces decent yields of up to 80g/plant outside, and up to a very respectable 200g/m² under ideal indoor conditions.

Being a sativa-dominant cultivar, Royal Dwarf encourages social, uplifting highs; yet the experience is rounded out with a relaxing, soothing effect that brings out the best from the Skunk genetics. You can’t grow wrong with a low-profile strain that has been hybr >Royal Queen Seeds . Start your cultivation exploration today and find out all there is to know about Royal Dwarf!

  • Strain Type: Autoflowering
  • THC: 13%
  • CBD: Low
  • Yield Indoor : 150 – 200 gr/m2
  • Yield Outdoor: 30 – 80 gr/plant
  • Height Indoor: 40 – 70 cm
  • Height Outdoor: 50 – 90 cm
  • Flowering time: 6 – 7 weeks
  • Harvest Month: 8-9 weeks after sprouting
  • Genetic Background: Skunk x Ruderalis
  • Type: Sativa 60% Indica 10% Ruderalis 30%
  • Effect: A motivating and inspiring feeling
  • Climate: Cold
  • Flavor: Citrus, Sweet

    Title : Awesome results
    Comment : Really surprised for how it came out!