Harmful Things For Your Bonsai Tree

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Do you know what is harmful to your bonsai plant? There are some wide spread reasons that kill these tiny creatures. And as a rule these several common reasons get the same comments from the beginners in bonsai gardening. Usually the fresh bonsai gardeners say that their bonsai has turned brown or has died all…


Seasons Of Your Bonsai Tree

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With your love and correct care your bonsai tree will be attractive and healthy all the year round. These tiny alive creatures are merely miniature replicas of the big trees living in natural conditions. And that is why with the changing of the seasons the changes are big and usual for these little trees too.…


What Is Harmful To Your Bonsai

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There are several common and wide spread things that can kill bonsai plants. And there are usual comments from the fresh bonsai gardeners. They say that their bonsai tree has died or all of a sudden has turned brown. However, it is not very difficult to keep your bonsai plant healthy and alive for a…


Bonsai Art And Its Meaning

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As for me, when I first saw a bonsai tree, I wanted to know everything about the history and the meaning of this phenomenon. Trees in the trays – it was so exciting and it is the translation of the word ‘bonsai’. It is of Japanese origin but not Japan was a birth country for…


How To Propagate Taxus Yew Bonsai?

The Taxus Yew is the member of the Taxaceae family. The Taxus Yew plant is grown in native regions, northern areas, including America, Europe, Asia, Germany, etc. This plant can live for years. The smaller Taxus confers grow 65-feet tall and produces a broad spread. The Taxus Yew plants or trees start out growing straight…


Unusual Styles of Bonsai Trees

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Beyond the basic styles of bonsai tree art, there are many wonderful variations and advanced styles of bonsai. The individual aesthetic that each artist brings to the work allows for an infinite variety of forms. Group or Forest (Yose) The group display, often called the forest, is just what the name suggests – multiple bonsai…


Basic Styles of Bonsai Trees, Part III

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Kengai (Cascade) The cascade style is among the more beautiful and desirable among bonsai trees, but also more difficult to achieve. The trunk grows down below the level of the container, often twisting as it does so. In nature, a tree growing near a cliff subject to heavy snows, avalanches and wind may assume this…


Basic Styles of Bonsai Trees, Part II

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Shakan (Slanting) Japanese bonsai artists have developed many intricate and detailed forms of bonsai trees, in which each element is positioned just so. This is evident in the shakan, or slanting, style. As the name suggests, the trunk of the bonsai trees is slanted, usually at a moderately steep angle, mid-way between an upright and…


Basic Styles of Bonsai Trees, Part I

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Over the centuries the artists of bonsai have developed hundreds of unique styles. But within this complexity there are a few that form the basis of most of the variations of bonsai trees. Chokkan (Formal Upright) The simplest, but still exquisitely beautiful, is the chokkan or formal upright style of bonsai trees. Though still a…


Some Exotic Choices in Bonsai Trees

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Most indoor bonsai trees are a coniferous or deciduous species, with the occasional fruit tree forming part of the collection. But there are more exotic choices that allow the bonsai artist to expand his or her skills. Wisteria makes one excellent alternative to the run-of-the-mill bonsai. A native of China, Korea and Japan, they can…


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