So the story of this beautiful bonsai specimen began (accordingly to the shop where I bought it) aprox. 5 years ago. 'Later on', three days ago I 'found it' because my dad was calling me to see these gorgeous 'little trees'. At that moment I was thinking: 'Oh... What he wants now?', rolling my eyes ,...
But then I saw her among all the others (quite brownish/yellowish 'bushes', twisted trunks,...) and (almost) instantly I knew it was perfect, named it Coop, and off she went to the market cart I didn't know exactly what she was, just she was a bonsai - and a beautiful one.
Later on, on the internet and with the help of this marvelous site, I've learned she's a Fukien Tea Bonsai - quite a tricky bonsai to take care of. So here goes some photos of her (first day and actual day - today I've cut out a big low-hanging branch, and some ugly yellowish leaves):
Third day (actual day):
The deal is I don't really know what I'm doing, and I can't take the risk of losing this one with 'learning from (bad) experience(s)'.
So the details:
She's located at my room, near the window, which is almost everytime of the day, everyday mid-opened so the temperature doesn't rise or fall too much, and because of the wind. More... she came with a plastic recipient... I thought I could use it to water her - I put the vase she's on into the plastic 'basin' and then fill it with suficient water so the 'irrigation hole' of the vase gets in contact with the water surface. Is this the right way to water her?
More tips, follow-ups, and ToDo's would be apreciated.
Thanks in advance.