Bonsai For Beginners



Polska Wersja - Bonsai feat. Paulina, DJ Spliff prod. Maikendo





Caring for a Bonsai Tree Caring for a bonsai tree is a good way for plant lovers to see the efforts they put into nurturing a plant turn into a work of art. Through careful maintenance of leaves, branches and roots, a bonsai tree can be shaped to virtually any style that suits the artist. If you are interested in starting to care for and grow your own bonsai tree, there are several ways you can start. 

When you are growing bonsai for the first time, you will want to approach aspects like wiring with caution. When growing bonsai, the wires should be placed on the tree in such a way that it causes bending without gouging or breaking the branch. This takes a subtle amount of pressure on the branch of the tree, and consideration on how to place the wires. 

In nature, the Baobab is at risk of going extinct due to predation from animals like elephants. Domestically, many people try to grow at least one Baobab bonsai in their collection due to their odd appearance. If you are intending on keeping a Baobab bonsai, there are several things that you will need to remember. 

Typically grown outdoors, these trees provide a dazzling display of color in the spring and fall, while providing a natural beauty in the winter months. These trees are typically considered delicate, requiring a certain style of care in order to properly endure. For example, like many other bonsai, the maple bonsai must be replanted once every year or two, dependent on the type of maple that you have. 

Learn about bonsai care before you use any technique on a tree, as this will prevent a costly mistake killing your prized plant. One key aspect of bonsai care is the correct watering of your tree. A bonsai is dependent on the amount of water you give it for survival. However, due to the small size of the pots, giving the trees too much water can start root rot, which is fatal in bonsai trees. 

Brooming off the surface of the tree will keep the leaves and bark healthy, as well as help reveal any potential problems with the tree. If a bonsai is to have any rot on the branches or trunk, the broom can reveal this. By quick action, you can rescue a bonsai from certain death. The tweezers are often looked at oddly by those who are not familiar with bonsai care.