Bonsai For Beginners



como crear y cuidar un bonsai parte 1





This is due to the fact that the banyan bonsai grows in a way that is conducive to bonsai design and styling. As the trunks of the tree have a layered appearance from the aerial growth of roots, it is not uncommon that designers will use this characteristic of the plant as a fundamental part of the finished piece. 

For example, the juniper is a type of bonsai that does not usually do well indoors. They require a dormancy period, where they are kept at colder temperatures and are permitted to rejuvenate. This process is vital for the survival of the plant. A juniper that is not permitted to go into dormancy will typically die within a few months. 

The pots will be changed over the course of the bonsai's life, so growers will need to learn how best to select and change the pots. Due to the size of bonsai trees, the pots are typically a significant part of the appearance of the bonsai. Most bonsai trees will be grown in pots with drainage holes that permit excess moisture from pooling inside the pot and causing root rot. 

Beginners can enjoy a bonsai tree allowed to flourish in their more natural state, while advanced hobbyists typically work to design their trees to meet a specific goal. There are many different types of bonsai trees available on the market, including both conifers and non-conifer trees. When you are selecting which bonsai to grow, you should take care to study the grow zone you live in and pick a tree suitable for that zone. 

The leading cause of death in juniper bonsai is that people try to keep this pine indoors. It should be kept outdoors whenever possible, and only brought in during the harshest parts of winter or during snow storms that would suffocate the plant. Once the extremely bad weather has past, your juniper bonsai should be sent back outside so it can remain in dormancy. 

Low quality tools tend to go dull quickly, and run risk of breaking while being used. For advanced users, it is recommended that high quality bonsai tools are exclusively used. For those who have worked with bonsai for many years, their tool set will be far more extensive, ranging from eight to twenty or more different tools for working with the various types of bonsai.