Tips on working with young maples for bonsai – Timing for when to cut is important


Here is a video on working with young maples to create and grow into bonsai in the future. Growing these takes time and timing for when to cut is important.

Please note: if you located in Melbourne, I provide bonsai services. Reach out to me on my email address at bonsaiworx@gmail.com if you would like to discuss you bonsai needs further.

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No-Maintenance Gardens and Low Maintenance Gardening

Whether your garden is a small bed, a large suburban yard, a vertical landscape design or an urban landscape design it will require some maintenance. Low or easy maintenance gardening is what many people would like to embrace, either through necessity or preference. No garden will be a zero maintenance garden but most gardening activities have a lower input solution or alternative to consider. Here are some steps you can take for a lower maintenance garden.

What Are the Benefits of Roof Gardens?

Look aloft, to the top of the buildings… a roof garden design is outward looking, a designed sanctuary high up on top of a building, sometimes with an endless panorama, a bright, beautiful, and open sky above it. Most appropriately, it fits today’s city dweller with their overscheduled, time challenged lives.

Steps To Install A Garden LED Flood Light System Yourself

Would you like to create a more inviting atmosphere in your garden this coming summer? If you would then the installation of a good quality LED flood light system may be the perfect solution. Of course you could pay for someone to do this work for you.

Invasive Plants of Sedona

There are two species of plants in the Sedona area that top the list for invasive species and they are the Tree of Heaven and Vinca which is a ground cover. The difference is that nobody deliberately plants Tree of Heaven, however Vinca is widely available at nurseries and is planted often.

Artificial Plants for When You Have a Location That Is Not Conductive to Live Plants

There are many situations where you will require having flowers and plants. However, it is not always possible to have foliage that is real. You need to discover why artificial plants are the best choice when you have a location that is not conducive to live plants.

Tips For Buying Silk and Plastic Flowers

Creating an atmosphere at your offices or home that is calming, could be as simple as having spots of colour around. This colour can come from beautiful floral arrangements, however, having fresh flowers all of the time is not practical. Follow these tips for buying silk and plastic flowers for arrangements that not only look good but are cost effective.

The Best Plants for a Small Garden

The ultimate goal in any landscape is to achieve a consistent, beautiful appearance throughout every season with minimal intervention from the gardener. Accomplished only through years of transplanting and the cycle of life and death in the garden, this process could take a lifetime. If you think a smaller garden would make this challenge less complicated, don’t be fooled, because in this case, less means more.

Silk Orchids: A Bit About The “Real” Models Part 2: Dendrobium, Cymbidium, and Cattleya Orchids

Really? I’m supposed to remember these names and which to put in my silk flower arrangements? No, just a brief discussion about 3 of the more popular orchid varieties found as silk orchids today.

Growing Flowers and Fruit in Your Greenhouse

Greenhouses offer gardening enthusiasts the ability to grow their favorite plants year-round. Though, it is often a common misconception that flowers and fruit cannot be grown in the same environment, through proper planning a greenhouse environment can be created where both flowers and fruit can thrive.

Winter Gardening in Southern California

While December brings below freezing temperatures to many parts of the country, it is an opportunity for southern California gardeners to finish up on fall planting and undertake garden maintenance projects. Plant Artichokes: Buying artichokes at the market can be expensive so planting these perennials can be a smart decision. Planted now, they can begin producing in summer.

A Few Tips to Decorate Your House With Vertical Gardens

Decorating your homes with flowers and plants can be very innovative, but you need to know the right way. Vertical gardening is a very new technique where you do not need any bid yard for gardening.

Gathering of Fairy Friends in the Miniature Garden During Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is more than a day on the calendar. This holiday began as a celebration of giving thanks for the blessings of the harvest. Today many fairies have extended the meaning of Thanksgiving into a gathering of friends and family to show how grateful they are for their friendship. If you would like to commemorate the spirit of Thanksgiving in your miniature fairy garden, here are some tips and suggestions to show gratitude.

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