Bonsai scissors When considering the general appearance of bonsai and before applying the techniques it is good to keep in mind and know some principles and news aimed at modifying the appearance of branches, roots and trunks with appropriate methods. To obtain a good appearance of these works of art of gardening, it is necessary, as is the case for normal plants, to perform operations of trimming, pruning and anything else that can contribute to making the bonsai unique.
Question: Bonsai naked Hi. For some months I have been taking care of a bonsai (carmona), I placed it behind a window so that it could take light; I water it regularly but in spite of everything, for some days it has almost lost all its leaves. I never fertilized it, I would try to do it just to see it thriving with leaves as it was in the past.
Question: First bonsai Hi, for a while I have a passion for bonsai, but I have never tried to make one. Now, for contingent reasons, I find myself at home with four shoots: 2 of Fagus sylvatica and mandarin. I would like to plant three in nature and leave only one of them for my first attempt as a bonsai curator.
Question: Ficus ginseng Hello everyone and thanks in advance for the answers. I have a ficus ginseng given to me by my brother who had more or less already had it for 4 years, never repotted. When he arrived, he had lost a lot of leaves, I wanted to make holes to drain the small piece of land that surrounds the bonsai, this is because the earth around it is very soft, while the dough that surrounds the bonsai is harder.
Question: advice from magnolia and pine scales Hi everybody, I would like to create two bonsai, one of pine and one of magnolia with cutting. What advice can you give me? Should the leaves and needles of the cuttings be halved? Write me everything you need to know and the important steps you need to take. I'm a little inexperienced, but I really love bonsai.
Question: acorn bonsai hi, this fall I found an oak acorn with a barrel on it already, I took it and put it in a pot. now he has made me 6 wonderful leaflets. but what should I do besides watering it? Lovely vase for succulents, pine nut and acorn, flower vase and bonsai 03 Price
Question: pre-bonsai cypress good morning, I state that I am at the very first experience. I bought a cypress plant in a nursery. I re-potted it with universal soil and gravel on the bottom. the plant is very young and I immediately tried to arrange some twigs, cutting some and tying others to let the light penetrate and give it a pleasant shape.
Question: Ficus Ginseng hello to everyone, my name is antonio and I am a thirteen year old who is recently becoming a bonsai enthusiast. Clearly I am very inexperienced, and I recently bought a Ficus Ginseng plant, not yet bonsai that I would like to grow bonsai. I would like to know where to expose it, about how to water it, if I have to repot it since the land is that of a supermarket and if I can spray it even with distilled water.
Question: Bonsai failing Hi, I have a problem, I bought a zelkova bonsai about three or four months ago, up to a week ago, it was in full force, then it started losing its leaves. I thought that maybe I had forgotten to give her water, and I started being very careful about her watering.
Question: Curiosity Bonsai Hi, I'm trying to inform myself / equip myself to grow my first bonsai, so, looking around I saw several types of bonsai but ... according to your experience it is possible (pass me the term) "bonsai" a palm tree? I haven't seen this yet, but I think a bonsai palm grove could be fantastic!
Question: Bonsai ginseng I have had a ginseng bonsai for two years. It is positioned in the room facing the south-facing window. lately I have noticed that the leaves have become opaque as if they had a white patina on them and many turn yellow and then fall off. what could be the problem ? I take it regularly once a week, checking that the soil is dry before giving it water.
Pepper tree For some years now in nurseries, but especially in non-plant stores, we find small bonsai, called pepper tree; or in Italian the pepper tree. In Italy, the term pepper means the seeds and fruits of a particular tropical tree, called in botanical piper nigrum; this tree is not cultivated as bonsai or for ornamental purposes, therefore the pepper tree bonsai is not a pepper tree, but a small tree of a plant which, due to foliage, inflorescence or fruit, reminds of pepper; in other cases we mean by the term pepper tree, the sichuan pepper tree, which has berries similar to those of pepper as we understand it in Italy, but with a different aroma, much more used in Asia.
Question: advice to a beginner Hi, my name is Giovanni I have recently become passionate about the art of bonsai. I would like to ask you which plant you would recommend to a beginner like me (possibly from inside), which tools to arm me and where I can get prebonsai or seeds to start with.
Question: I bought a bonsai and now? Hi! Today I bought a bonsai at Leroy Merlin. I bought it to put it in my new little office, on the desk, because I love these zen / Japanese style things, the minimalist style and the East in general. I have never had a bonsai and I have no idea how to treat it.
Question: Talea Hi, I would like to try to obtain bonsai from cutting, I have already bought rooting hormone (cipher) but I cannot find the soil for substratum (peat and river sand). Do you think I can use universal soil? Ps: I follow your videos on yt congratulations !!! RIGENAL P RADICANTE IN POWDER FOR ANY KIND OF TALEA conf.
Question: Ficus dry branches Ciao they gave me a ficus in December 2011 but over the months it is losing all the leaves in the lower part. The upper part, on the other hand, produces leaves that extend far upwards. The problem is that it is clearly losing the typical conformation of the ficus and the low twigs are all dry without even a leaf.