Some Basic Care for Your Indoor Bonsai

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How do you describe an indoor bonsai? Is it a bonsai tree grown in a greenhouse, or one that is grown inside your house, or an outdoor plant that was brought indoor every winter? Regardless where they are grown, bonsai trees have the same requirements. Although they are miniaturized trees, like any other tree, they…


An Introduction To Indoor And Outdoor Bonsai Trees

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Bonsai, literally "tree planted in a tray", are miniature versions of larger trees. Depending on the type of bonsai tree under consideration, their height can range from a few inches to a few feet. Like regular trees, bonsai trees can also bear flowers and fruits. There are two types of bonsai trees: indoor and outdoor.…


How To Tend To Bonsai Trees

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How To Tend To Bonsai Trees Tending to flowers and other plants is a good hobby to have. But that doesn’t make it simple in any way. When taking care of plants you have to make sure that you are fertilizing them enough and supplying them with the needed attention that will keep them alive…


Tips on Caring for Outdoor Bonsai Trees

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Outdoor bonsai trees are usually easier to care for than those that like to be kept indoors.  They will naturally fit into a small area of your backyard garden.  They can be kept in a container like indoor trees or placed right into the ground.  If you want to grow one of these trees, there…


Bonsai Care

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Bonsai Care The very word ‘bonsai’ conjures so many thoughts to many people.  Almost a warrior sound yet in reality the word bonsai refers to a miniature tree called a bonsai tree. Where Bonsai Started. Most of us associate bonsai with the Japanese.  Apparently the art of bonsai care and development as we know it…


Japanese Maple Bonsai

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Japanese Maple Bonsai Select a branch with a pleasing shape and structure. It can be up to the diameter of your little finger. Assemble the items needed. These are listed in the "Things You’ll Need" section below. Cut around the branch where you want roots to sprout. Make a circular cut through the bark and…


Western Hemlock Bonsai

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Western Hemlock Bonsai Western Hemlock is a member of the Pinaceae family which includes cedars, firs, hemlocks, larches, pines and spruces among other evergreen trees. For bonsai, it is an excellent choice as it lives for hundreds of years, grows in a variety of climates, and is easy to care for. Get a Western Hemlock.…


How to Create a Bonsai Tree

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How to Create a Bonsai Tree Many kinds of trees, plants and shrubs can be made into a bonsai. A bonsai is a miniature version of a tree planted in a pot. Japanese maples are ideal deciduous trees for creating beautiful bonsai. Using a method called air layering, it is very easy to make a…


How to Take Care a Bonsai Tree

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How to Take Care a Bonsai Tree Instructions for Taking Care Your Bonsai Trees Since each bonsai tree species varies in the amount of care and attention, you will need to consider seriously before selecting your bonsai trees. Still, whichever species you choose means a commitment of your time. If you cannot afford to lose…


How to Take Care of Bonsai Trees

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How to Take Care of Bonsai Trees By Sherry Strub, eHow Contributor Bonsai trees are graceful and beautiful, but can be intimidating to own. These trees have a reputation for being delicate and fussy, but are surprisingly hardy and easy to care for if you follow a simple regimen. Bonsai trees can be enjoyed indoors…


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