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When Starting Bonsai from Seedlings

This is just a little tip for when you are growing bonsai from seeds or from seedlings that you harvest outdoors.

You can cover them up with part of a plastic bottle. It acts as a little greenhouse that will keep the humidity and moisture levels a little bit elevated.

It works as a greenhouse and it will help your bonsai a lot.

Cut different sizes and lengths from all sizes of bottles. Fit it to the plants size.

Only use clear plastic bottles. Other colors don't work well.

Just cut it at a good spot. And most plastic bottles can be used both with the top and the bottom. So you have two bonsai plant covers.

 

Cut a 2 liter bottle

 

smaller bottle cut

 

They are ready

This next bonsai plant (Maple) has outgrown the plastic cover so it is time to transplant or get a bigger cover.

The bonsai is contained

 

The bonsai is contained

 

Ming Aralia bonsai

Ming Aralia Bonsai Tree plus Chinese Mudman - Polyscias

  • Easy to grow indoor bonsai
  • The grove of trees stand about 8" tall
  • Plus we include decorative pebbles, Chinese Mudman (type may vary) and living moss.
  • Trim as needed
  • Ming Aralia Bonsai Tree is growing in a 7 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 2 1/2" Bonsai Pot

 

Indoor Bonsai for Beginners

Indoor Bonsai for Beginners: Selection Care Training Creating beautiful, healthy bonsai is a wonderful skill that anyone can learn, with a little time, patience, and this all-inclusive manual. With color photos and drawings to illustrate the points, it introduces all the cultivation techniques; offers expert advice on location, soil types, watering, and pest control; and provides intricate instruction on training the bonsai--including pruning, wiring and stretching it. An A-to-Z guide of all the popular species showcases varieties that range from a flowering Camellia Japonica , with its beautiful smooth stem, to an easy-to-care for Olive tree. Each entry gives some background on the plant, and includes suggestions for acquiring the bonsai and directions on how to position it in the room for best results.

 

 

 


 

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