Grow It Bonsai Kit (0-6 months). Part 1

Grow It Bonsai Kit (0-6 months). Part 1


Valentines Day 2020 my wife give me the “Grow It” Bonsai Seed Kit (from gift republic). In this video I prepare the seeds for germination and get them going, showing their journey for the first 6 months of their life.

The “mixed bonsai seeds” are actually Japanese Black Pine, Silver Birch, Downy Birch and Black Alder.

I expand on the instructions and give more information on what to do here – https://www.backgardenbonsai.com/an-instructional-guide-to-help-beginners-with-the-grow-it-bonsai-kit/


Youtube Playlist for this tree – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL35C7OqeOezIkjiCRsLeG2ZaTWtGQeu0v

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