Hello, I live in Odessa Tx one of the driest places in Texas (west Texas desert climate dust bowl and everything). I moved here from Austin tx where my bonsai were thriving outside. Now I can't leave them outside for more than a couple of hrs without their leaves wilting. I would put them under a tree, unfortunately there are no trees. It is sunshine all day long and the places that do get shade around my house are not ideal to put the bonsai because it's all day shade. the plants will wilt durring the day but then in the evening they start to bounce back up and leaves always die off. I did lose one plant because I thought it needed water everytime it wilted the way they do so I would water it often and it ended up getting root rot and died.does anyone have any tips for growing bonsai in hot sunny dry climate? I do have them inside now and they are doing well but I know they can be doing better. Alot better. I've also started to try desert tree bonsai. Like Persian silk tree mimosa, desert willow, quince...and a couple other succulent. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Especially if I should build a green house to place them in. Although I've had people tell me it's not a good idea to do that with bonsai.