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Hot Tips For Keeping Your Bonsai Safe During The Cold Winter

31st Oct 2016

Winter is coming and, depending on where you live, this might be a big deal or it might not. However, winter can be a dangerous time for some bonsai species, so we wanted to talk a little bit about how to deal with the coming season for those in colder areas.This blog will only be an overview. You'd be well advised to also look up a specific care guide for your bonsai species to ensure it doesn't have any special needs to take into consideration.Tips On Ensuring Your Bonsai Tree Has A Safe Win …
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Gingko Biloba: Raising Your Own Living Fossil

29th Aug 2016

One of the great things about being a Bonsai enthusiast is the wide range of species one can raise as Bonsai, and the fascinating history they often have. Undoubtedly, one of the most fascinating Bonsai species is the Gingko biloba, or just gingko. Not only is this a truly unique and interesting plant, but raising one in your garden could have some unexpected benefits!The Long, Long, Long History Of GingkoThe noble Gingko biloba is a true survivor.According to fossil records, the earliest ance …
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Four Ways Bonsai Trees Are Great For Weddings

22nd Aug 2016

Have you ever thought about how many flowers give their lives for an average wedding?Flowers are traditionally associated with weddings, and many nuptials are absolutely covered in them, but flowers are so impermanent. They're already dying, before the ceremony starts. Even if people do take bouquets home afterwards, they've got maybe a week in a vase before they're completely wilted.And much of the time, they just end up on the ground, swept up by whoever's cleaning after the ceremony.On the …
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