Just wondered if anyone else on the forums was into Bonsai,this is my main hobby and have been learning for the past 7yrs.
Thought that was expensive 'till i decided to get a nice little home theater system
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Always liked the idea of Bonsai, but Ive never been able to keep one alive
Be really interested to see some pics of yours though!
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I'll try and add some.....bet you tried to keep the tree indoors,tree's don't like houses
I don't really like Burt Kwouk....oh, that's Banzai!
that was brill......after a few pints that show was a must
here is a couple of my tree's;
British Oak..pre styling Initial styled&repot Kiyohime Maple(Korean)
Much (much) more satisfying than cables!
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.....and apparently much cheaper than cables
...but one could argue that Bonsai is more treevial!
Yep thats exactly it! Maybe I will try again, I have a better garden to put em in now anyway.
You have some amazing trees there.
thanks,just a few from my collection.
my advice would be to seek a bonsai nursery local to you....least you wont be buying a tree thats half dead before you even get it home
Wax on, wax off...
Mrs. P likes her Bonsais but unsuccessful in growing.
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Lovely. Nice work there. I love to look at bonsai, but don't trust myself to actually do it.
Love the British Oak. I like the traditional bonsai trees, but I love seeing the results of people using plants native to their areas and not just the traditional plants.
In Australia I've seen great results with native fig trees like Port Jackson Figs.
Observe the signature in its natural habitat.
be great to see them
Mine died shortly after i bought it
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