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Question: wish oak
Hello everyone, I'm a young bonsai enthusiast. I have read too many books about them but no one will give me the satisfaction of a statement from experts like you so here is my question: in the courtyard of my school I took an oak seed I did some research and I saw ke it is an oak from cork the seed is ripe and I would like somebody to explain to me that I need as much water as I would like if I cried in this cold month and the care I will have on the plant.
please reply as soon as possible. thanks in advance.
Answer: wish oak
to sow an acorn, you must use a mixture of sand and peat in equal parts, to put in a small pot, with a saucer and wet well. In fact, not all the acorns sprout easily; it would be advisable to put the acorn first in a plastic bag with little sand and put it in the refrigerator for about a couple of weeks, so that the acorn understands that it is winter. So take your acorn and place it just buried in the soil prepared as above, without burying it. Keep the vase outdoors, in a ventilated and shaded place, and hope that the acorn is still "alive", and that it will then sprout. When the sprout has some leaves, transfer it to a small pot with universal soil, and cultivate it for a few years before thinking about how to get the bonsai.