Bonsai Cultivation and Care


involves the long-term cultivation of small trees in containers, called bonsai in the Japanese tradition of this art form. Similar practices exist in other Japanese art forms and in other cultures, including saikei (Japanese), penjing (Chinese), and hòn non bộ (Vietnamese). Trees are difficult to cultivate in containers, which restrict root growth, nutrition uptake, and resources for transpiration (primarily soil moisture). In addition to the root constraints of containers, bonsai trunks, branches, and foliage are extensively shaped and manipulated to meet aesthetic goals.


Starting the Art of Bonsai

Learn How To Bonsai Your Very Own Japanese Style Trees. CLICK HERE


Shaping Specialized Techniques

Bonsai Styling: Principles and Techniques the DVD. CLICK HERE


Insider Secrets

Who Else Wants to Discover the Step by Step Secrets the Bonsai Masters Use to Create Stunning Bonsai Trees – With Very Little Work?              CLICK HERE


All Bonsai questions

All Bonsai questions.           CLICK HERE


Nature in Tiny Bundles

Who Else Wants to Easily Create Beautiful Bonsai Trees at Home and Keep Them Alive and Healthy For Years to Come? CLICK HERE