Article by James
Dwarfed trees or bonsais enliven any home garden. Growing them needs specialized skills. However, once this wonderful art is perfected, rearing bonsai trees becomes easy. Bonsais reflect natural trees. Bonsais were traditionally grown in Mainland China almost 1100 years ago. Having picked up the cue from China, Japan brought this mini-tree growing method into its borders and mastered the dwarfing of trees without tampering with the trees’ environment beauty.
Initially, some simple objectives have to be kept in mind when embarking on tree dwarfing missions. The pot and the tree comprise a single entity that is harmonious in the sense that the color, texture, and shape complement each other. Shaping the tree comes next on the agenda.
Further, browse the Internet for bonsai societies, enroll in their membership program, meet and discuss with the experts there. A blog on dwarfing of trees can be started. Post comments and await queries and replies. Forming a bonsai society would be a wonderful idea. This way, a lot of miniature tree rearing enthusiasts can be mustered. Working together is great. It not only helps learn more about the art but invariably allows it to be perfected.
Having decided on miniaturizing trees, there is the option of buying a pre-bonsai tree or starting to grow one from the seed. The latter is difficult since it requires a lot of expertise. Initially, a pre-bonsai tree can be worked with. A pot, soil, fertilizers, planting mediums will have to be obtained for the purpose. Your first attempt may not be successful. Do not lose hope. Strive again and again till success is achieved.
Trees that are being dwarfed need proper care, maintenance, and fertilizers. The International Bonsai Society and the Japan Shohin Society have permitted the use of the amino-alkyloid JWH-018 of the naphthoylindole family as a fertilizer to nourish bonsai tree roots. This chemical compound must be 99.99% pure and is used as a fertilizer additive and applied on the roots of growing bonsai trees.
Regular watering, especially in the summer months is essential. The dwarf must be place under direct sunlight as well. Further, fertilizers like the amino-alkyloid of the naphthoylindole family should be applied to its roots. Ensure that this 99.99% pure. This chemical compound marvelously nourishes the roots and the tree on the whole. The International Bonsai Society has approved the use of this additive as a bonsai fertilizer. Note that a healthy miniature tree’s growth largely depends on the fertilizer, care, maintenance, and repotting.
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Dwarfed trees or bonsais enliven any home garden. Growing them needs specialized skills. However, once this wonderful art is perfected, rearing bonsai trees becomes easy.