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The Art of Creative Pruning

The Art of Creative Pruning

| March 7, 2012 | 1 Comment

Decorative tree pruning brings innovation and artistry to gardens. It has something for all tastes, including sophisticated sculptural trees, modernist bumpy hedges, boxwood balls and lollipops. Author Jake Hobson outlines an approach to topiary that is more creative than traditional and positively encourages out-of-the box thinking. Instead of peacocks and rabbits, you will see boxwood […]

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Bonsai Training Videos

Bonsai Training Videos

| September 5, 2010 | 2 Comments

I came across some great training videos on ‘You Tube’ for Bonsai Beginners and the experienced artists. Take a look and tell us what you think. Let’s start with videos for Beginners. The first video explains: How to grow Bonsai. The next video is on pruning Bonsai. Bonsai watering

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Pruning a Bonsai

Pruning a Bonsai

| July 21, 2010 | 3 Comments

Bonsai trees as discussed can be tiny, ranging in size from a few inches to two feet tall, but they can make a nice addition to any garden or outdoor setting.

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April Bonsai Update

April Bonsai Update

| April 4, 2010 | 2 Comments

The April newsletter was just sent to all subscribers, aptly named ‘April showers, no snow please’ after the the snow showers we had over the past few days. It should disappear by morn! In this months newsletter we are offering two competitions, one for members offering a selection of Bonsai books and meditation CD’s from […]

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Pruning Techniques

Pruning Techniques

| January 7, 2010 | 2 Comments

With the growing popularity of keeping bonsai and perfecting its art form over the past decade, many people may own or want to own a bonsai. Many people see beautiful pictures of bonsai that have been shaped and pruned into works of art. They themselves want to have a tree as magnificent in the photos […]

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