Unique & skillful bonsai ideas – Instructions on how to shape bonsai trees for beginners # 56


Unique & skillful bonsai ideas – Instructions on how to shape bonsai trees for beginners


Bonsai Magazine is dedicated to share the living art of Bonsai – we created this video as a DIY tutorial to help and motivate beginners.

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Indoor Hydroponic Garden: Nutrients Plants Need

In an indoor hydroponic garden, the nutrient solution which is sometimes called “nutrient,” is where plants get their food instead of from water as in a traditional garden. This is simply because plants are not grown in soil. When you are growing using hydroponics, you need to give your plants water with all the nutrients they need. In making a nutrient solution for plants, it is always best to use distilled water.

Four Different Ways to Use the Simple Garden Trellis

There are so many options out there for decorative accents in the garden that it would be easy to overlook the value and contribution of the simple garden trellis. Trellises are very versatile and can serve many different purposes ranging from the purely functional to the more architectural, aesthetic and decorative.

How to Choose and Grow the Right Oregano

There are many types of oregano to grow and choosing the right type for the garden depends on the needs of the grower. Some oreganos are better as ornamental plants, others are grown for culinary uses and others have more medicinal uses. Knowing what to look for will make a difference in how the plant is appreciated and used.

The Benefits of Professional Garden Design

Garden design is the art and process of designing and creating plans for layout and planting of gardens and landscapes. Most professional garden designers are experts in the principles of design, horticulture and landscaping. A professional garden designer will have the passion to create your ideal garden, whether that is a low maintenance space, or a unique contemporary or traditional styled garden.

Types of Grow Media Used In Aquaponics

Although aquaponics is a type of hydroculture, many of these systems still require some sort of grow media. Most home based aquaponics systems are media based and require the use of an inert material such as clay pellets or gravel.

Beat the Heat: Cooler October Weather Makes Gardening a Breeze

October usually brings cooler weather to Southern California (although hot Santa Ana winds can wreak havoc). Cooler fall temperatures mean a more pleasant gardening experience.

How To Weedeat Like A Pro

You’ve probably seen those guys who seem to glide through grass at full speed, never missing a spot, and making all the edges look perfect. They make it look easy, and they never seem to stop to rewind the string. This article will help you understand how to use your weedeater in a way that you’ve never known before.

What Is Blanching?

Here you are all ready for an exciting afternoon of freezing your excess abundance of fresh vegetable that you have recently picked from your garden. You are in your kitchen and you have gathered all your necessary equipment and supplies required for completing the task at hand.

How to Take Care of Indoor Orchid Plants?

Orchids are beautiful, tropical flora grown in several parts of the world as indoor plants. It is very important to take care of each and every phase of growth right from the time buds ease out and grow into an attractive, full bloom. They need a lot of care and maintenance for good survival.

Fish That Are Commonly Used In Aquaponics

Aquaponics is a hydroculture system which combines hyroponics with aquaculture. Aquaculture involves the rearing of various aquatic animals in a resevior of water. The aquatic animals are often fish. The type of fish that are used in the aquaculture component of aquaponics, are commonly of the freshwater variety. These include tilapia, catfish, trout, perch, oscars, koi and goldfish.

Late Summer-Early Fall Gardening and Yard Care Tips

The late summer and early fall can get rather overwhelming. End of summer, back to school, etc. Don’t forget about your lawn and garden. Here are some useful gardening and yard care tips for late summer and early fall.

Gardening Tips – Planting a Fall Garden

Have more vegetables this fall even if you don’t want to plant broccoli, cabbage, or cauliflower. There are lots of tender vegetable varieties that can be grown for a second harvest if you have 45 to 70 days remaining before your first anticipated frost.

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