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Caring for Small Bonsai Trees Takes Patience

July 10, 2012 by  
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Tweet One of the most challenging aspects of caring for bonsai trees is knowing how to care for them when they are small. These baby trees are extremely fragile and it takes some extreme patience and a delicate hand to prune and care for them. You must be gentle with your tools when pruning a […]

Material Relating to Growing Bonsai Bushes

October 6, 2010 by  
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Tweet The art of increasing little trees that resemble full-sized mature ones is known as bonsai. Its purpose is simply for the pleasure of increasing them and to become able to take pleasure in their beauty. Following the second world war, there was a wonderful deal of info on the market relating to this art […]

Japanese Black Pine Bonsai

September 30, 2010 by  
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Tweet The Japanese black pine bonsai is one of the most desired species of Bonsai.  It has a very specific growing pattern which makes it unique among Bonsai trees and it is not a tree that the beginner should attempt to cultivate due to the time and care involved in upkeeping. If you are an […]

What do you want to learn about Bonsai?

Tweet Dear Friend, I know that your time is valuable, so I’ll get right to the point. I need your advice! I’m putting the finishing touches on a new product called “Growing Bonsai for Beginners,” and want to make sure that I don’t leave anything out. So, will you let me know your biggest question […]

Using Artificial Bonsai to Decorate Your Home

September 1, 2010 by  
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Tweet So you like bonsai trees but you have a brown thumb…what do you do now?  Good news for you is that you can still enjoy the look of bonsai with artificial bonsai plants.  Typically these are pretty reasonably priced and in many cases look just like the real thing (that is unless you get […]

Bonsai Trimming – Do Not Make These Mistakes!

April 26, 2010 by  
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Tweet Bonsai trimming is an important factor in keeping your indoor bonsai alive and happy.  Many people make crucial errors when trimming their bonsai which cause their trees to be vulnerable to disease and ultimately die.  In an effort to help you here are some things you always need to remember when trimming your bonsai: […]

Bonsai Gardenia ~ One Of Japan’s Treasures!

March 27, 2010 by  
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Tweet Whenever you think about bonsai gardenia might not be quite so recognized in this country, however the gardenia is among the most popular varieties in Japan for bonsai, a few others being pine, azalea, maple, and plum. Bonsai is a unique art form with regards to raising shrubs or trees. A mix of proficient […]

Zelkova Bonsai ~ Growing Requirements And Tips

March 9, 2010 by  
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Tweet The Zelkova bonsai is a well-known variety of bonsai which is particularly well-liked because of its resistant to bug infestations as well as disease complications. This particular aspect helps it be a fairly easy tree to cultivate. However it is primarily the resistance that additionally causes it to be one of the most costly […]

Growing Bonsai – What the Beginner Needs To Understand

March 6, 2010 by  
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Tweet Now there are a number of beliefs regarding growing bonsai trees. There isn’t any correct method. Learning to grow bonsai trees really should be an individual experience. A hobby you are able to individualize for you and enjoy. Those fortunate enough have a professional bonsai grower available to them will get their advice first […]

Indoor Bonsai Seeds – Where to Find The Best Seeds

February 21, 2010 by  
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Tweet Growing indoor bonsai seeds into your own bonsai tree can be a very rewarding experience! It can also be a very frustrating experience if you do not get your seeds from a reputable company. The cultivating of bonsai trees after having grown them from seeds calls for a lot of patience and care. With […]