General

Kokedama: The Poor Man’s Bonsai

Having an English translation of ‘moss ball’, the Kokedama ain’t only intended for a poor man. It’s an all-around gardening technique suitable most for minimalistic spaces. It’s a beautiful way to diversify your bonsai experience! The Kokedama is quite complicated…

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Types

Types of Bonsai Trees

Apple Bonsai Tree Apple trees fall into the group of tropical bonsai varieties. That’s because the apple tree is native to the American tropics. Also known as Pitch Apple and Monkey Apple, you can expect to see beautiful white and…

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Bonsai Tree Styles

Formal Upright – Chokkan Basis of bonsai style The trunk of the tree is perfectly upright and straight, with the apex of the trunk directly over the base. Branches are regular, and progressively decrease in width and level of foliage from…

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How To

Yamadori: Collecting Wild Bonsais

Have you ever been perplexed by the fact that some people seemed to have the most beautiful and oldest bonsai? Frequently, the explanation is that they let nature do the heavy lifting. These trees thrived wild for many years, perhaps…

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How To Care For A Sick Or Dying Juniper Bonsai Tree
Perhaps you’ve noticed your juniper bonsai looking a little under the weather. Its needles appear brown and brittle and it’s not as perky as it once was. If you suspect your little tree is experiencing distress, it is best to...
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