Evergreen and deciduous trees
A potting soil developed following ancient Japanese traditions: The health of the tree depends on the roots and the health of the roots depends on the soil. In a small bonsai pot, this relationship is even more restrictive. The height-to-width ratio of a bonsai pot is very small, which makes drainage more difficult. This is why our substrate contains a high percentage of silica to guarantee optimal drainage and increase macroporosity, which is necessary to maintain a good level of aeration so the roots do not rot. The formulation contains white peat, which retains water well, while the presence of humus and clay guarantee a strong buffering power and uniform moisture for the root ball.