Misunderstood ~ Yes because the only info I have to go on is what you state - Not what you mean. Understand that using the submersion demonstrates primarily bad care not bad soil when the intent is far from clear.gnome80 wrote:Hhhmmm It seems that I have been missunderstood here.
I have seen and been and read all the links provided and do remember all that was stated.
The submerging wasnt meant as in watering but just to give and idea of how poor the soil was and to give and idea how bad the tree was taken care of. (Bowing in respect and saying sorry for my poor explanation)
I am glad you have been reading and stand up straight, Mr Miyagi is NOT in the room.
I am not trying to be dense here but...What do you mean by 'type'? Proper bonsai soil.The question was for advice from you guys as in what type (not brand or anything) of soil would be your thought.
Straightforward questions please - I will do my best.The standard info linked wasnt enough for this case.
Look, When you don't appear to have read it - I treat you as though you have not read it [But should have].
ANyway long story short not to cause any further upset, I'll go get a lamp and do some night reading and compare the links and some books.
It is not an upsetting drama and the bold is for emphasis, It is that simple.
This is not Shogun[img]https://www.mysmilie.de/english/green/smilies/angry/3/img/010.gif[/img].(Kneels and Begs for mercy)
Sure, Everybody misses stuff :shrug:. That is not why this happened though...:arrow:Moving on.tommywing wrote: I will happily admit that in the past I have skim read some of the info provided, decide that my question isn't answered and then ask a question in a forum, only to have it highlighted for me in something I didn't actually read!
True, Although I get post-UN-happy [img]https://www.mysmilie.de/english/green/smilies/cheeky/2/img/028.gif[/img]tommywing wrote: People get post happy, and lets face it, lazy, and that makes the people with the info fume!