Beginner Bonsai Trees Guide
The Bonsai History
Bonsai was first found in China around 1,000 odd years ago, but the Japanese later become
the ones to really start it up. 'Bonsai' is a Japanese
word for 'tray-planted', or 'tree in a pot'. Modeling a
Bonsai tree involves pruning off extra branches and
stalks, and wiring up the trunk to give it a beautiful
weathered and mature look to it. The trees were often
only present in Zen Buddhist temples as and exercise
for the Monks to take care of. Later they became more
popular outside of the temples, and in recent years
with movies such as 'Karate Kid' have
seen their popularity in the Western world explode.
They are truly a work of art, and it seems every one can appreciate them.
Beginner Bonsai Trees
The art of Bonsai has taken much momentum as a hobby among many people. Beginner
bonsai trees need to be selected with much care. All these need to be looked after very easily
without putting many efforts. The art of bonsai is very complex and it will take many years to
learn. But do not worry, as beginner the hobby is much challenging and will give you good
exercise and pleasure. There are many species which will grow without much of our attention.
Nut surely one has to the vigilant about the variety of necessity activities to be done. They
include watering, pruning, feeding and re-potting. No body can neglect these.
It is always better for you to have your idea of the bonsai trees in your mind, and it is far
better if you sketch it in a paper how you want to look like your beginner bonsai. Then
accordingly you can make stem and root pruning as
the days go by. One important thing to be noticed is
that bonsai will take long period to take the shape
you desire. So make sure that you are putting only
short term goals as a beginner.
For beginner bonsai trees, there are different varieties
which are very hardy and does not require much
attention or which can survive in any light conditions.
So it is advisable to