The Official Bonsai Tree Thread
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you should learn how to make them yourself, its pretty cheap when you do it yourself. you can use almost any tree. Keep in mind theres no such thing as a bonsai tree in nature. you need to keep it that way otherwise it will just grow into a regular tree
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usually everyone recommends juniper. its a very hearty tree and can take all the above pretty well as long as its not neglected
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Mar 31st, 2010 9:48 am
Best Bonsai for indoors are:
Junipers are very common bonsai trees, but there is one HUGE problem with them. They are meant to be OUTDOOR trees. They are guaranteed to die of kept indoors (need humidity of outside and air movement). Houses normally are very dry and lack air circulation.bLaCkLyCaNtHrOpy wrote: ↑usually everyone recommends juniper. its a very hearty tree and can take all the above pretty well as long as its not neglected
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thank youEuphoriiick wrote: ↑[IMG]http://www.torontobonsai.org/TBS/images ... g.show.jpg[/IMG]
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I've been doing bonsai for 2 years now and love it. Gardening in any form seems to be therapeutic.Tilter wrote: ↑I came across a post on reddit of a user showing off his bonsai tree. I am now intrigued as a hobby.
I also found the link to the show in May and plan to intend (if i'm still intrigued in a month's time). As a noob/beginner, what should I look for in buying a plant/starter kit to start (ie pot, type of plant, soil, humidity trey, etc). If it helps, I'm looking to grow an indoor (how do ppl grow it outdoor while avoiding insects?) plant and have it placed next to a window to get it's sunlight. How much should I expect to spend. I am very intrigued at the mini fruit trees as well, like the apple/cherry one. Will one year of training get me ready to grow one of those?
Btw, anyone have links or recommendations that I could read up.
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