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Re: Tools for getting started

You can start with just a pair of scissors, and a chopstick. Secateurs would be useful too. Depending on where you are in the world would depend on if it is
m5eay.geoff@...
Jun 16, 2013
#1891
 
1890

Re: Tools for getting started

http://www.bonsai-bci.com/tools/article.html with attention to the last paragraph.   Thomas Balsillie BALSILLIE & ASSOCIATES Website, Blog Building and
Thomas Balsillie
Jun 16, 2013
#1890
 
1889

recent spam messages

I'm not sure how this message got through as I personally moderate all of the messages. It is possible that the author was previously approved and then a
bonsaisite
Jun 15, 2013
#1889
 
1888

Tools for getting started

Hello all. I am very new to this. I've read a few books and there seems to be a lot of tools of the trade. I came by two trees a ceder, and a Japanese
shiawase.tree
Jun 15, 2013
#1888
 
1887

How do I start to go about starting a bonsie business?

Hello Im new to the club but am very interested in how to start a businss in bonsie trees. I live in California about 5 miles from the beach.
alwaysacwgirl22
Jun 15, 2013
#1887
 
1881

Re: Dormancy for Alpine Spruce

If you keep it in the house you will kill it quickly. It is a hardy species and need to be outside. Do not re pot at this time of year. April is the correct
m5eay.geoff@...
Jan 1, 2013
#1881
 
1880

Re: i lika the small trees

Hi 2, I like small trees also but live in the desert so I am trying cactus and desert plants for bonsai. I can't see how to send photos or I would. Nancy
nancy.hussey
Jan 1, 2013
#1880
 
1879

Dormancy for Alpine Spruce

Greetings all, I received a Dwarf Alpine Spruce for Christmas. I used it for a tabletop chrismas tree. I realize that it will need a dormant period. I live in
p_gal
Jan 1, 2013
#1879
 
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i lika the small trees

here in west central florida..have done several bonsai over the years..some better than others..prefer to start from scratch,so to speak..i like to put in the
2woodensticks
Dec 19, 2012
#1878
 
1877

Re: Help for Cryptomeria japonica

If you did this during warm weather and the roots dried out they are probably not going to make it. Bare rooting should only be done in winter. Not much you
bisjoe72
Jun 18, 2012
#1877
 
1876

Re: Hallo, All!

this is my granatum from seeds http://mybonsai.narod.ru/granatum2.htm -- [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
C C
Jun 18, 2012
#1876
 
1875

Re: Hallo, All!

Hi! This is my granatum Nana from seeds And this is Thuja Orientalis
rododendron31
Jun 18, 2012
#1875
 
1874

Help for Cryptomeria japonica

Hello all,   I bought 2 Cryptomeria japonica 3 months ago. When I look at the pictures from internet there is only one stem coming out of the soil. But mine
onem aksu
Jun 18, 2012
#1874
 
1873

Re: Hallo, All!

From seed it will take 5+ years before you can think about starting any bonsai work, but almost any tree will work, except those with huge leaves. Try googling
bisjoe72
Jun 14, 2012
#1873
 
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Hallo, All!

Please, can someone tel lme what plants we can get from seeds? How to cut the smal plants: where to start, what to avoid? MANY THANKS! A
AltairD
Jun 14, 2012
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