Caring for an outdoor bonsai tree is different from that of normal potted plants. The main reason is that bonsai trees are planted in small pots and therefore have limited storage for nutrients and water.
Frequently the term “drought-tolerant” is thought of as being “dry or desert-like,” but this is an inaccurate description. Plants that are drought tolerant are just that – tolerant of drought conditions.
With our cold springs and tendency towards early frosts, starting your plants inside can sometimes be the only way to get a full life out of them, especially for vegetables. How do you get a start getting your seeds started?