Browsing Archive May, 2010

Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Having carefully planned and constructed your Japanese water garden, it’s time to ...

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The Japanese people have always been in tune with nature and accepting of the concepts of change and the passage of time. This harmony is expressed through ...

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These are the small to really small ponds and container water gardens are one of the easiest ways to try your hand at water gardening. The beauty of these ...

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A number of years ago I was asked to re-design a very large semi-shaded patio area. The house was huge and the patio ran the entire length. The client ...

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Bonsai trees are very delicate and are susceptible to decay, disease, damage, and infestations by pests. Lack of proper care is one of the top reasons for ...

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The proper soil and fertilization rates are imperative for a healthy bonsai. Typical bonsai soil is a fast draining loose mix of several compounds such as ...

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Because of the toxins associated with fertilizers and pesticides, many people are turning to organic gardening. The Bonsai is one plant that people are ...

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Some azaleas and rhododendrons occasionally bloom twice - in the fall, as well as spring, depending upon the weather. For years, breeders have been trying to ...

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If you would like to create your own bonsai you must first decide on a method. Growing from seed is rewarding but painfully slow with some species but ...

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Aftercare and development of Bonsai   While understanding the fact we need to water, feed and repot from time to time, the most important aspect of ...

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