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    • 1.

      Some Reasons Why You Should Grow A Bonsai Tree


      by Jess Shaw - 2008-08-23
      Bonsai growers are a special lot. They seem to belong to a different clique altogether, a little bit far removed from your regular gardener or plant fan. They are patient, skilled and determined and t...
    • 2.

      How To Start A Bonsai Harden


      by Jess Shaw - 2008-09-12
      If you're redesigning the landscape of your yard and considering adding a garden to your home, make sure that your list of options includes building a bonsai garden. A bonsai garden is a unique design...
    • 3.

      A Look At Bonsai Lovers


      by Jess Shaw - 2008-09-19
      How do you know if you're a genuine bonsai lover? How do you know if you can become a genuine bonsai lover? How can you improve your authenticity as a bonsai lover? Learn the answers to all these ques...
    • 4.

      What You Need For Your Bonsai Kit


      by Jess Shaw - 2008-09-19
      A bonsai kit is a perfect gift for any loved one born with a green thumb. You can either make your own bonsai kit or purchase one from any gardening shop. Tips for Making and Designing Bonsai Kits Her...
    • 5.

      Simple Bonsai Tools You Can Use


      by Jess Shaw - 2008-09-28
      Proper tools are indispensable when caring for bonsai. But buying a whole new set of bonsai tools isn't needed for beginners. If you are just starting to develop an interest in the art of bonsai, you ...
    • 6.

      The History Of Brussels Bonsai


      by Jess Shaw - 2008-09-28
      More and more people are turning to bonsai planting to cope with stress. Believe it or not, that small potted tree could be equivalent to a regular yoga class. It could soothe the mind just as much as...
    • 7.

      Some Ways To Help Preserve Your Cypress Bonsai


      by Jess Shaw - 2008-10-10
      The Cypress inched its way to the hearts of bonsai enthusiasts with its regal looks: graceful and green feather-like leaves, refined branches and a bark with cinnamon-brown color. The Cypress bonsai c...
    • 8.

      Ways To Show That You Love Your Elm Bonsai


      by Jess Shaw - 2008-10-10
      The art of tending bonsais has captivated people all over the globe. One would stop to think how species that can be so big would be able to fit a small pot or container. The miracle of this form of g...
    • 9.

      A Look At Gardenia Bonsai To Bonsai Tree


      by Jess Shaw - 2008-10-10
      The term bonsai came from the Chinese word which means a plant in pot. It was the Chinese who introduced the miniature ornamental trees in the period of the second century B.C. This was the period of ...
    • 10.

      How To Care For Ficus Bonsai


      by Jess Shaw - 2008-10-10
      There are many types of bonsai trees that are sold on the market today. The Ficus bonsai doesn't belong to the list of the fastest selling bonsais for nothing. First, it is naturally miniscule so prun...