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It originates from the humid tropical region and from the swamps of Central and South America. In its natural environment, it can reach 20 m in height, while inside it is limited by the size of the pot in which it gets planted. The tree loves light, but not direct sunlight, and the air humidity must be of a minimum of 60%, this is why the leaves need to be spayed in case the air in the room is dry. It needs to be watered once per week in order to maintain the soil wet and to remove the excess of the water from the plate. In winter, if the room temperature is below 18Ã?Âº C, the watering needs to be decreased. Place the plant in a spot with indirect exposure to sunlight or at a window facing the north and spin the plant on a weekly basis, so that it can grow straight, not bended towards the light. This Bonsai is an Air-Purifier Bonsai Plant: By absorbing harmful gases like Xylene, Toulene and Formaldehide, the bonsai plants work as great stressbusters and air purifiers. (A study of interior landscape plants for indoor air pollution abatement: an interim report. NASA July, 1989.) Happy Gardening Get a plant now for a better tomorrow. Cheers, Lucky Leafy 🙂