Greenhouse Upgrades and Pruning My Cotoneaster, The Bonsai Zone, Nov 2021


After a busy morning working on the glass greenhouse, I’m pruning my Cotoneaster bonsai for the second time since I bought it this year. I also get gifts from “The Bonsai Supply”!

To see previous videos of my Cotoneaster, click on the playlist here…
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQouTWwmTQoySi_pMrzElDim6VWwq3Im5

To watch a fun video of me, Mari and Jerome, click here….
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZEQbQjKPNA

Check out “We are The Bonsai Supply” on YouTube here….
https://www.youtube.com/c/WeareTheBonsaiSupply

Check out Rodgers Greenhouses here….
https://www.rogersgreenhouse.com/

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