Hello again, I posted about my rooms temp, lighting and such, wondering if it would be good for a brandy new chinese elm bonsai.
I got it from a local store, complete with an instruction booklet and a big smile I took it into my room. Cutting to the chase here, I walked in several minutes later and I noticed some leaves on my dresser were its being kept.The next time I walked in, the drops slowed down but there we still a few there. I though it might be the tempature shock, going from the heat outside (94 Degrees F outside) to inside my room (68-72 Degrees F). Then, as I mentioned before, I saw my cat up there sniffing about, and I had wondered if he had chewed off some of those leaves. Out of curiosity I locked him out of my room, wen back in a few minutes later, and Saw that some leaves hav fallen off. Please tell me if its something to worry about, or if I'm just paranoid.
Another thing, I read and printed out all of your articles on Bonsai Care (Very helpful, by the way) And read what to trim and such, but I still wondered if I should trim, because its losing leaves.
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There is a picture of it.
Also when wiring later on, should I wire from branch to trunk, or from branch to branch?
(Sorry if my questions get a tad too numerouse, but thanks alot for the help in my last topic, much appreciated.)