Browsing Archive December, 2010

Bonsai artists the world over look to nature's more spectacular trees for inspiration. A tree variety is studied year-round to understand how quickly it grows ...

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When winter gets serious - no more of those little squalls that send gardeners scurrying for shelter - but days of rain and numbing cold, it can seem that ...

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There are many styles of Bonsai and all refer to natural styles in nature. Many have Japanese names such as Ikadabuki, Netsuranari, Nebari and Shari. These ...

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A winter garden in an alder swamp, Where conies now come out to sun and romp, As near a paradise as it can be And not melt snow or start a dormant tree. It ...

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While gardeners in mild, frost-free parts of the country can look forward to an abundance of flowers in any month provided heavy rain doesn't batter the blooms ...

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