Beginner's Guide to Bonsai Gardening

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Bonsai gardening is a way for you to unleash your creativity. It is a chance for you to get involved with a living piece of art. Bonsai affords you to become more relaxed because it needs a Zen-like peace of mind to start with the hobby. This will eliminate the cause of stress that you are getting from work or at home. If you are planning to start Bonsai gardening it is best to Continue Reading

Bonsai Learner Permit

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Someone once told me a long time ago to get a 'Learner Permit' for a Bonsai. I wasn't too sure at that stage of my early Bonsai life what they meant. After all it is only a tree that just happens to live in a pot! How wrong could I be. You see Bonsai or as I used to say 'bon-sigh' (Its still alive) is more than just a tree in a pot. Every aspect of the wee tree can be trained. Continue Reading

Serissa Bonsai

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Serissas make excellent bonsai with the right care and shaping. They are an evergreen shrub native to China, Japan, and Indochina (Southeast Asia) where it may be found growing in the woods and wet fields. Continue Reading

Beginner Bonsai – Juniper

A Juniper bonsai is one type of bonsai trees that is suitable for beginners because it is quite easy to be taken care of. Their are many types of juniper that can be turned into bonsai, such as Shimpaku, Japanese Garden, Green Mound, Chinese Juniper, Sargents, and Needle. These trees are also adaptive as they can be placed outdoors or even indoors. Continue Reading

Bonsai bugs!

Bonsai trees are very delicate and are susceptible to decay, disease, damage, and infestations by pests. Lack of proper care is one of the top reasons for these problems, and if your tree gets into trouble you will need to know how to treat the tree without damaging it. Some of the problems that you may come across include spider mites, scale insects, mealy bugs, aphids, green Continue Reading