REPOTTING BONSAI TREE

Bonsai don’t need repotting very often; they can stay in one pot for several years at a time. If you have purchased a tree within the last half a year, it would be very safe to say that you won’t need to transplant this tree unless you don’t like the pot it was in, or…


TEMPERATE BONSAI TREES

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Q: What exactly are temperate trees? A: The temperate group is probably the most popular group of trees. The juniper, for example, is a classic temperate tree. These are trees from climates that have a definite change of season, but without very harsh winters. To replicate their natural environment, they require what’s known as a…


BASIC BONSAI CARE

Q: How hard is it to take care of Bonsai? A: It’s really not that hard. Probably the two most important things to learn about Bonsai are correct watering and proper location. The other things we will cover in this section include fertilizing, pruning, repotting, and seasonal care. Q: What tools do I need to…


About Bonsai!

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Q: WHAT IS BONSAI? A: The exact origins of Bonsai are difficult to determine, but it is generally believed that the art form began in China, and from there spread to Japan. Trees from the wild were collected from cliff faces and rocky ledges, trees that had naturally been growing in limited amounts of soil.…


6 Important Tips for Beginner Bonsai Tree Caretakers

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Bonsai trees are a wonderful hobby to enjoy for a lifetime. However, when most people start out, most of their bonsai trees fall sick and die within a few weeks. Bonsai trees are extremely sensitive to their conditions and the caretaker needs to learn how to properly take care of these wonderful and attractive plants.…


How To Create your Own Bonsai Tree

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Bonsai trees are small trees cultivated in Japanese and other Asian gardens. However, these delightful plants are no longer limited to Asian homes. You can create your own bonsai tree with the right materials and a lot of patience and nurturing. Here’s how it’s done. Get a bonsai plant. As a beginner, your best bet…


Indoor Bonsai Tree for the whole family

The Banyan bonsai is one of the most popular forms of bonsai tree found on the global market. The banyan is a classical type of Ficus fig tree that is relatively easy to care for. It is typically an outdoor tree. Requiring moderate light. It grows and spreads through several venues, either growing new parts…


Indoor Bonsai Tree: Bamboo Bonsai Beauty

Bamboo bonsai is an extremely popular, easy to care for bonsai that allows growers of all skill levels work with a fast growing, beautiful plant. The most common type of bamboo bonsai found in homes is the ‘lucky’ bamboo, which is believed to bring luck to their owners. This variety of bamboo is hardy, and…


Bonsai Care For A Bonsai Tree

The word bonsai means “tree planted in a tray”. Thus bonsai trees are miniature versions of larger trees. Their height can range from a few inches to a few feet. Like regular trees, bonsai trees can also bear flowers and fruits. Bonsai trees are of two types: indoor and outdoor. The indoor plants are adapted…


Beginners Guide To Saving A dried Bonsai Tree

Keeping a Bonsai tree takes a lot of work and dedication. Since these trees have to constantly be trimmed and taken care of. Here are some tips on caring for a Bonsai tree: 1. Bonsai trees are usually kept in pots or trays. They would need to be repotted once a year. This is to…


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