Bonsai For Beginners



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If you are just starting to get into the bonsai hobby, bonsai tree care may be a little difficult for you to understand at first. For beginners, there are two fundamental aspects of bonsai tree care that must be dealt with first. The primary one is knowing how much to water your tree. Because bonsai grow in such small pots, the trees need to be watered in a very specific fashion. 

Junipers in particular are extremely sensitive to their dormancy period and should not be kept indoors. There is a lot of things you need to remember when caring for bonsai. There are certain times of years that some trees requiring pruning or need a new pot, and other times of year where it is safe to wire them. 

When looking for this information, you should use resources specific to the maple bonsai tree, as typical tree tending does not include this information. Some forms of maple bonsai do not take well to extremely cold temperatures. If you live in a region where the temperature drops below zero, you will want to ensure that your maple can survive. 

These trees are easier to take care of than shaping and designing your own tree, but are also more restrictive on what can be done with them. These trees are good for beginners who want to learn how to care for a bonsai tree without investing several years in designing the tree. If you are adventurous, or have owned a bonsai tree previously, you can choose to acquire a young seedling and sculpt your bonsai tree yourself. 

Bonsai soil can be found in the most unusual of places, including hardware stores, auto parts stores and pet supply stores. Bonsai resellers online will typically acquire their soils from these types of places and make blends suitable for certain types of trees. When you purchase bonsai soil, it is important that you test the soil prior to use. 

Once it is in the design you desire, the wires should be carefully removed. If you wired your tree properly, there will be no evidence that the tree had undergone bonsai wire design. The hardest part of using bonsai wire is knowing which size wire to use. The wire can come in various sizes, from thin wires suitable for small dwarf seedlings, to thick wire designed for outdoor trees.