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Default Tips for Growing a Bonsai

The interest for bonsaï, miniature trees that the Japanese cultivate for centuries in their gardens, knows in Europe, especially in the USA, a spectacular development. Discover all our tips to maintain.

Bonsai, “plantation tub” About this sound pronunciation is a Japanese art form using cultivation techniques to produce small trees in containers that mimic the shape and size of the trees. trees in full size. Similar practices exist in other cultures, including the Chinese tradition of penzai or penjing from which art originated, and the miniature living landscapes of Vietnamese hòn non bộ. The Japanese tradition dates back more than a thousand years.



“Bonsai” is a Japanese pronunciation of the ancient Chinese term penzai.

The goals are above all the contemplation for the spectator, and the pleasant exercise of effort and ingenuity for the farmer. Unlike other cultural practices, he is not intended for food production or medicine. Instead, plant practice focuses on the long-term cultivation and shaping of one or more small trees growing in a container.

its created by starting with a sample of source material. It can be a cut, a seedling or a small tree of a kind suitable for the development of plants. he can be created from almost any tree species or shrub with perennial woody stem [3] that produces true branches and can be grown to stay small by confining the pot with the size of the crowns and roots. Some species are popular as plant material because they have characteristics, such as small leaves or needles, that make them suitable for the compact visual range.

Cultivation and Maintenance: Good Advice

its a Japanese word for a dwarf tree. It is not a tree from a genetic manipulation, but a normal species that looks miniature after …

Heritage of Japanese culture

The Chinese, in the era of the Han dynasty (- 200 BC), was the first to cultivate trees in pots for aesthetic purposes. At that time, we were not talking about bonsai yet, …

Do bonsai suffer from their small size?

Bonsai do not always have a good reputation with plant friends. Some, indeed, think that their extraordinary dwarfism would be the result of mistreatment that would be …

Kengai, banking or chokkan:

Until recently, only outdoor plant were known, full-grown trees that could not be grown in your garden. Their immense success …

Watering and humidity:

Growing bonsai is not an easy thing, but to put the odds on your side, you will have to meet certain requirements. For example, placed too much in the sun or too much …

Stripping of deciduous bonsai

Stripping of deciduous species is necessary if you wish to benefit at a regular pace. It is practiced on subjects already well trained, every three years, but never …

Warning: if you do not trim your plant regularly, they will tend to lose their luster and take a ruffled look! The size of the bonsai is therefore essential to its good …

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