Transplanting Bonsai is very important to prevent the roots from becoming tangled and dying. Transplanting is a way to give nutrition to the Bonsai tree for sprouting and flower blooming and to help the Bonsai grow. The time of transplanting is different depending on the Bonsai pot and the age of the Bonsai. Because of rapid growth, it is necessary to transplant young Bonsai after 1 to 2 years. After the Bonsai is mature, it is necessary to transplant after 3 to 5 years. The best season to transplant Bonsai is Spring, because the sprouts are not growing. In the Spring season, it is not necessary to protect the branches and the damage is minimum for transplanting. If the roots are damaged, they will heal quickly.