Article by Marin Sen?ar
If you want to create and own beautiful Bonsai Trees, then get ready for some good news.
Here’s why:Bonsai Gardener
There’s finally a quick and easy, Step by Step, A to Z guide to creating your very own Bonsai Trees…even if you’re new at it and you’re not exactly a “green thumb”.
Every single step…from the types of trees & plants that are suitable for Bonsai, to the over dozen different styles and techniques are laid out for you in a groundbreaking new book called:
Bonsai Gardening Secrets
“Bonsai Gardening Secrets:The Insider Secrets to Creating Beautiful Bonsai!”
“Bonsai Gardening Secrets” is an easy to understand quick-start guide that’ll show you how to create stunningly beautiful Bonsai trees quickly…even if you’re new at it.
In fact, you’ll be amazed at how simple it is to create authentic Bonsai in no time flat…even if you’re not a “master gardener”.
The reason you’ll be off to such a fast start…and getting quick results… is that the book is written in nothing but
…Not the “scientific mumbo jumbo” that other books have.
And what’s really great is that it comes with over 95 pages and dozens of full color photos that show you exactly what to do.
“…one of the best bonsai books I’ve ever read!”
“Just thought I’d drop you a line and let you know how much I’m enjoying reading your book. I’ve read quite a few books on the subject (most of them outdated from the library), but this is one of the best bonsai books I’ve ever read! Most of the e-Books I’ve purchased are all flash and no substance, but your book is so loaded with valuable bonsai info (heck, the table of contents alone is over 4 pages long!) that I’m on my second read through! Great Job!” -Janice Gleeson, Az.
And listen, these aren’t like those professionally done “garden glamour” pictures that are in other Bonsai Gardening books.
These are real examples and time-tested bonsai gardening ideas that have been created by “regular people” like you and me.
You’ll get tons of ideas and useful tips from the pictures alone, but that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
Here’s Just a Small Portion of What You’ll Discover in “Bonsai Gardening Secrets”:
Why Bonsai trees are formed and trained the way they are. (Hint: There’s a reason why different plants are used for different forms in Bonsai Gardening. Just knowing what type(s) of plants to use with which form really makes a huge difference!)
The fourteen major styles of Bonsai (with full-color photos)…and how you can create each one in your home.
What are the “rules” of true Bonsai Gardening. You’ll know the symbolism and effect of every plant, stone, and grain of sand in your Bonsai.
The insider secrets of Form Pruning, Maintenance Pruning, Plucking, Defoliation, “Jin and Shari” (which makes even a very young trees look like a classic “old” bonsai) and more! Plus you’ll quickly decide which is right for you.
The Top Bonsai Choices to get started today (and where to get them)!
How to choose your first tree. Dwarf Pomegranate or Ficus? Satsuki Azalea or Japanese Maple? Find out here!
How to create a Bonsai tree the right way (Hint: This is much easier than it seems…once you see how it works.)
How do you choose the right accents for your Bonsai? From dwarf grass and rush, to lichen and moss, you’ll discover the best accents for each and every one of your Bonsai!
Do you live or work in a hectic environment? Need a little sanctuary? Discover the types of Bonsai that are known for their soothing properties.
Over 20 different bonsai-friendly plant species you can use in your garden… So you can find out which plants are right for you in a snap! *
Discover the difference between cascading style bonsai, and broom style bonsai (not to mention over a dozen other styles). *
Think you can’t grow indoor bonsai? With this detailed bonsai care guide…you can now!
Dozens upon dozens of full color photo’s!
And much, much more!
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Hi, another Bonsai Video about a Gumpo Pink Azalea nursery plant that I converted into a slanted style flowering bonsai, shohin size. Enjoy! I carelessly split the trunk during the process, but hopefully it will survive and become a beautiful bonsai for my collection.
Video Rating: 4 / 5