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How to prune your evergreen pine bonsai tree EASY!
 
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Pruning your evergreen bonsai tree and pine candles by Peter Chan Bonsai growers often regard outdoor plants as ‘real’ bonsai. These are the trees and shrubs that will grow outside without special protection. Many bonsai enthusiasts grow only outdoor bonsai because they are much easier to care for and there is more scope for creativity. As outdoor bonsai grow faster than indoor bonsai, you will see the results of reshaping, wiring and pruning much sooner. Outdoor bonsai also offer more scope for practicing the hobby. Some enthusiasts make their own bonsai from garden or nursery plants from places such as herons.co.uk, and some collect raw materials from the wild. You can also propagate your own plant from seeds or cuttings or by layering (coming soon). Outdoor bonsai can be taken indoors from time to time. In fact, in countries such as China ands Japan, it is traditional to use bonsai to decorate the home, but the trees are kept indoors for only short periods at a time. After a day or two they are returned to their outdoor positions. The choice of outdoor bonsai is much wider than the indoor species. They tend to be more attractive in terms of shape and foliage than indoor bonsai, especially the deciduous and flowering varieties. Because they are easier to look after, outdoor bonsai live longer than indoor specimens. Indeed, some outdoor bonsai can live for more than 200 years!
Views: 53910 Herons Bonsai
How to Bonsai - Neglected Cryptomeria tidied up
 
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Restoring a neglected Cryptomeria When I bought this tree the sell described it as a Japanese Cedar. Since making this video I have discovered that it is in fact a Cryptomeria. This Cryptomeria was dying, there was a lot of brown foilage, the pot was full of grass and weeds. I have removed the weeds and grass with their roots, prune the tree, removed all the dead foilage and wired a few branches. If you want to buy a bonsai tree, or supplies, contact us details on our website. http://www.mikbonsai.co.uk Follow us on twitter: @mikbonsai & fb: https://www.facebook.com/mikbonsai/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Bonsai Oak Tree Summer Pruning, A beginners bonsai tree" https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=9epJXAWKBE8 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 26571 mikbonsai
Japanese pruning (part 4 of 4): Cloud Pruning of pines
 
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This class covers pruning Japanese upright maples (fan pruning), Japanese laceleaf maples (shell pruning), pruning bamboo, pruning pines (cloud pruning) and tamamono shearing of lower story plants. Part 4: Cloud Pruning of pines
Views: 63536 plantamnesty
Starting a new batch of bonsai from seeds
 
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✅ Support Will via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/epicfantasy ✅ Tip Jar: via PayPal to: https://www.paypal.me/supportwill In this video I start a new batch of bonsai from seeds. This is a potpourri batch of a lot of different types of tree seeds including: Chinese Elm Blue Maple Japanese Black Pine Bristlecone Pine Kousa Dogwood Mimosa and more. I show you how to easily do it step by step. And I give you some nice tips on what to do in order to get your seeds germinated. I have lots of bonsai videos. Check out my playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2881225FBF11C267 Lots of bonsai tutorials, pictures and information on my website here: http://www.stormthecastle.com/bonsai/index.htm About my Channel: I have hundreds of videos covering all kinds of creative projects. I put out two new videos every week and if you want to stay updated you can subscribe to my channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=epicfantasy Affiliate Links: Bonsai Seeds on amazon: http://amzn.to/2m1il04 I have bought many many of these seeds. Bonsai Pots and Tools on amazon: http://amzn.to/2ljATvz --- --- --- Want to Support Will and his work? Help him create more content and help him build a castle? You can learn more and become a patron here: http://www.patreon.com/epicfantasy --- --- ---
Views: 73297 epicfantasy
The Bonsai Art of Japan - Episode 3
 
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Juniper styling and Cryptomeria techniques. For other video tutorials, visit http://bjornbjorholm.com
Views: 159641 Eisei-en Bonsai
Creating a Bonsai from Spruce Nursery Material
 
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I purchased this tree over 5 years ago in Rochester, NY. I was concerned as to how well it would do in a southern climate...overall it did well and I think it is ready for its first training session:) Over a couple of days I completely wired this tree and used rebar to bend a straight heavy section of the trunk. Now it is time for recovery...if all goes well it will be potted in another year or two.
Views: 40948 John Geanangel
Cryptomeria Japonica  Cuttings & Seed Grown from eBay
 
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Cryptomeria Japonica Update of cuttings from previous a video, showing winter and spring colours. Plus 2 year old plants grown from eBay seeds.
Views: 435 Chip Douglas
Cedar Bonsai Progression and Styling 2013
 
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Cedar progression from June to September 2013 showing creation of shari and styling.
Views: 20565 Bonsai Eejit
Willowbog Bonsai Workshop Intros - Cedar
 
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At the start of each of our club workshops held in partnership with Willowbog Bonsai, we have an opening session were the main trees are discussed. This can be a great learning experience for the participants and we thought we'd share some of these with you. Music Courtesy of www.relaxdaily.net
Views: 14705 Bonsai Eejit
Pruning a White Cedar Bonsai, Spring 2014
 
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Pruning the new spring growth on a Cedar Bonsai. I visit some full size Cedars to show the growth habits of these trees and then apply this style to my bonsai tree. This tree has been in development for 16 years.
How to Prune Cryptomeria
 
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Best offers for your Gardening & Lawn Care ideas https://amzn.to/2InnD0w --------------- How to Prune Cryptomeria. Cryptomeria, commonly known as Japanese cedar, is a fast-growing tall evergreen tree with greenish-blue foliage and dramatically contrasting red-brown peeling bark. In optimal growing conditions and at maturity, cryptomeria can reach 60 feet in height. Cryptomerias are commonly used as decorative trees, green privacy... Table of contents How to Prune Cryptomeria Things You'll Need 01:04 ----------------- If you would like to know how to help deaf people realize their potential in the world visit Global - https://wfdeaf.org/ United States - https://nad.org/ United Kingdom - https://bda.org.uk/ Australia - https://deafaustralia.org.au/ Music by HookSounds http://www.hooksounds.com/
Views: 952 Brainy.Garden
How to Start Bonsai Seeds - Scarification and Stratification
 
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Support Will: http://www.stormthecastle.com/support.htm The art of bonsai is a beautiful thing and starting these trees from seeds can be challenging. This is a tutorial on how to start bonsai trees from seeds. There is a bit of an interesting process when it comes to starting the seeds and getting them to sprout into seedlings. This is because many types of trees need a dormant winter period. In this tutorial I show you how to simulate this winter period to get the seeds to sprout into seedlings. About My Channel: I have hundreds of videos covering all kinds of creative projects. I put out two new videos every week and if you want to stay updated you can subcribe to my channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=epicfantasy More Bonsai Vids in my playlist right here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2881225FBF11C267 The web based tutorial for this video is on my website here: http://www.stormthecastle.com/bonsai/scarification-and-stratification-of-bonsai-seeds.htm --- --- --- Want to Support Will and his work? Help him create more content and help him build a castle? You can learn more and become a patron here: http://www.patreon.com/epicfantasy --- --- ---
Views: 230470 epicfantasy
El Tim at Generation Bonsai (Demo 2)
 
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The El Tim team (Spain) styled this pine at the Generation Bonsai event. The trunk was massively bend; the main focus of the demo is on exactly that job. Music: CMA
Views: 217217 Bonsai Empire
Yoshino Japanese Cryptomeria - Cryptomeria japonica 'Yoshino' - Evergreen Screening Tree
 
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Yoshino Japanese Cryptomeria - Cryptomeria japonica 'Yoshino' - Japanese Cryptomeria or Japanese Cedar is a large evergreen Screening Tree that gives a distinctive different feel to your landscape.
Views: 22435 CTSCAPER
Bonsai Japanese White Pine Bonsai Care, Yellowing Needles & Fertilising | mikbonsai
 
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Bonsai Japanese White Pine Bonsai Care, Yellowing Needles & Fertilising | mikbonsai Japanese White Pine is Evergreen, but does have to replace its needs every two to three years. In Autumn, the needles turn yellow, these are best removed by gentle pulling motion. JWP are fertilised in Spring to aid growth in the summer months. It is fertilised again in autumn to boost its strength and get it ready for the spring. Japanese White Pines' natural habitat is on the mountain sides in Japan and when it rains they get plenty of water, which runs off the slope of the mountain and the soil dries out in between the previous and the next rainfall. JWP Bonsai also like this type of conditions, so after watering let the soil dry out and if there are any weeds in the pot, they should be wilting and that the sign to water it again. Learn bonsai at: https://goo.gl/R9IKFp Subscribe: https://goo.gl/R9IKFp Share this video: Visit our website: http://www.mikbonsai.co.uk Follow us on: facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mikbonsai Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/mikbonsai/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikbonsai/ G+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+mikbonsai Twitter: @mikbonsai Join Facebook groups: Join our facebook groups: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mikbonsai https://www.facebook.com/groups/thebonsaimasterminds If you want to learn how to bonsai, then subscribe and also click the bell so you won't miss anything. you get to ask questions and advice on your trees. Subscribe and join me! https://goo.gl/R9IKFp Contact: Iqbal Khan http://www.mikbonsai.co.uk/bonsaitrees/about-us/contact-us/ email: [email protected] Get Tube buddy to enhance your channel: Get Tube Buddy here and enter promo code: mikbonsai https://www.tubebuddy.com/mikbonsai Tube buddy will will pay commission to us All video and audio content created by myself and or used with permission from the creator.
Views: 2312 mikbonsai
Cryptomeria japonica cuttings 'japanese cedar' 'sugi'
 
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10 week old cryptomeria japonica cuttings no hormone, aka japanese red cedar aka sugi.
Views: 836 Chip Douglas
Himalayan Cedar Bonsai Tree (cedrus deodara 'silver-mist')
 
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The Himalayan cedar bonsai is a dwarf variant and was first cultivated in Australia. The tree sports light green needles with rich golden undertones and the oils in its bark produce a wonderful aromatic scent. When properly pruned and cared for, the Himalayan bonsai cedar grows between four to six inches a year. If it is not regularly trimmed, however, the tree can grow as high as 15 inches. Its typical shape is conical shape. The Himalayan cedar bonsai is a dwarf variant of the Himalayan Cedar. The bonsai variety of this tree was first cultivated in Australia. The tree sports light green needles with rich golden undertones and the oils in its bark produce a wonderful aromatic scent. When properly pruned and cared for, the Himalayan bonsai cedar grows between four to six inches a year. If it is not regularly trimmed, however, the tree can grow as high as 15 inches. Its typical shape is conical shape.Himalayan cedar bonsai trees make beautiful additions to outside gardens in zones 6 through 9, the central and southern temperature zones of the United States, and wonderful indoor plants in colder regions. They can also be taken out in the warmer months, and brought back inside during the colder seasons. Outdoor trees will frequently develop a beautiful carpet of green moss on the surface of their soil.
Serissa Bonsai Pruning and Cuttings
 
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Serissa bonsai, end of growing season maintenance and serissa cuttings.
Views: 5252 Chip Douglas
Native US tree species compared to Japanese, Ryan Neil
 
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Ryan is known for his use of native American tree species in his garden, Bonsai Mirai. He answers a question about if these native species react different to techniques like pruning, compared to the Japanese species we are used to work with. These movies were made by Bonsai Empire and a panel of international Bonsai experts, to celebrate Bonsai Empire's 15th anniversary. Music: Hiatus Site: http://www.bonsaiempire.com/origin/bonsai-artists/north-america/ryan-neil
Views: 19695 Bonsai Empire
Japanese Style Tree Training  & Cloud Pruning - DIY style
 
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Here is a video about my attempts to train a Cyprus tree and topiary it in the Japanese cloud pruning style. Things didn't quite go to plan... My new book, Journal of an Irish Garden, may be purchased at this address... http://www.lulu.com/shop/rachel-darlington/journal-of-an-irish-garden/paperback/product-22467812.html
Views: 22349 Gardening at Douentza
Cryptomeria japonica - Japanese Cedar Bonsai
 
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Cryptomeria is a genus of only 1 species; C.Japonica. Though commonly known as the Japanese Cedar it is in fact not a member of the Cedrus family but a part of the Taxodiaceae family along with Yews. Cryptomeria Japonica is an evergreen, monoecious, coniferous tree native to the forests of China, Korea and Japan. Known for its naturally conical habit and its thick, red, fibrous bark, the C.japonica has narrowly wedge-shaped light-green (fading to dark-green) leaves arranged in 5-ranked spirals around its shoots. Species/varieties suitable for bonsai culture Many varieties of C.Japonica are commonly used for bonsai for instance; Elegans, Elegans Compacta, Pyramidata. There are a number of dwarf varieties that require less frequent pinching out such as Elegans nana and Globans nana however, as slow-growing varieties these can take considerably longer to achieve thick trunks and take longer to style. Bonsai cultivation notes Positioning Cryptomerias need a light position out of direct sun during the summer with good ventilation. During the winter, some protection is required from frosts. Leaves commonly brown during the winter but brighten back to green in the Spring. Feed Every 2 weeks Spring to Autumn; from bud extension in April feed high nitrogen, a balanced feed from June and low nitrogen to strengthen the root system from August onwards. Repotting Every 2 years in mid-spring as new buds start to grow. Older specimens can be repotted according to root development. Repot in a standard mix. Pruning Continual, regular pinching out is required throughout the growing season to spread energy throughout the tree and to keep the trees' shape. Cryptomeria will backbud very readily from points all over the tree given regular pinching. Do not use scissors to cut foliage as this causes the cut edges to brown as with Junipers. Hard pruning can be carried out in Spring, however care must be taken to produce a clean cut as the bark and cambium layer separates easily from the wood. Wiring Wiring should be carried out between April and July to allow time for branches to heal before the cold of winter. The branches are very supple though they can separate easily from their junctions so care must be taken. Bend branches over 2cm in thickness slowly over the course of a few weeks as creating rapid movement over too short a period of time can result in the bark splitting. It is possible to prevent this by binding with raffia before the applying wire. Pests and Diseases Red spider mite and scale can cause problems, try to prevent this with regular misting of the foliage. Propagation Sow seed outside in Spring. Cuttings root very easily in late summer/early autumn from ripewood. Styles Most commonly seen representing its natural form, the formal upright with single or multiple trunk styles in extra-small to medium sizes. Branches are presented on a horizontal or slightly drooping plane with the foliage trained up above so that the branch structure is revealed.
Cedar Bonsai Forest,  May 2015
 
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The beginning of a new forest, I hope to get the look of an old cedar forest on the west coast, someday. Check out the playlist " tree documentaries" to find some videos on these ancient Cedar forests.
Bass n' Bonsai 2018 Dwarf Japanese Juniper pre Bonsai tree pruning styling pt.2
 
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the juniperus procumbens nana gets pruned and slightly styled to further it's development to becoming a true bonsai tree
Views: 240 Bass n' Bonsai
Cleaning Up The Conifers
 
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Here in the Pacific Northwest, we've got lots of Conifers. And though Conifers are evergreen, they do lose their old needles to make way for new growth, and they turn brown towards the inside of the tree. Here we use a rare "Goldilocks" White Pine to show how you can "spring clean" your conifers to keep them looking and feeling good.
Views: 72729 The Garden Corner
Redwood Style, Juniper Bonsai, Oct 2014
 
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The end of year one for the General Sherman style Juniper bonsai. I do a year end pruning to encourage back budding for next year.
Cryptomeria Japonica Bonsai (Sugi / Japanese Cedar) Style Chokkan #August 2016
 
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Cryptomeria Japonica / Sugi (Japanese) / Japanese Cedar Purchased from : Eko Bonsai Jogja in early 2015 Sold in August 2016 Style : Formal Upright (Chokkan)
Views: 1978 Bonsai Indonesia
How to Grow Bonsai from Seed
 
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I show you some of the basic information about growing bonsai trees directly from seed. You have a lot of choices as to the type of tree seed that you choose. And I have chosen four different types that are very bonsai friendly: Chinese Elm Tamarind Japanese Pagoda Sacred Japanese Cedar Growing bonsai from seed is a long term process because you are growing a tree! But quite possibly the most rewarding way to do it. http://www.stormthecastle.com About My Channel: I have hundreds of videos covering all kinds of creative projects. I put out two new videos every week and if you want to stay updated you can subcribe to my channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=epicfantasy More Bonsai vids: If you are interested in more vids about raising and caring for bonsai I have them on my playlist here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2881225FBF11C267 Affiliate links: Bonsai seed kits on amazon: http://amzn.to/2gJ2VP7 The Bonsai Survival Manual: http://amzn.to/2fpKM6h
Views: 330159 epicfantasy
DWARF CRYPTOMERIA BONSAI CARE GUIDE
 
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This hearty evergreen grows up to 100 feet in its native conditions of the moisture rich mountains of Japan. Sometimes called the Japanese cedar, these trees are happiest when given simulations of their natural environment and prefer and abundance of moisture, they love wet “feet” in well draining soil, high humidity and cooler temperatures. A perfect bonsai for those who tend to overwater their plants, this cedar-like tree will thrive in conditions that other plants would rot from. This bonsai prefers humid environments. Water daily or as needed, never allowing the soil to completely dry out. Feed your bonsai with a balanced diluted feed, once every two weeks, throughout the growing season; switching to a nitrogen free mix in the fall. This bonsai can be susceptible to scale and red spider mites. Red spider mites can be controlled with a mixture of 1 tsp. dish soap and 1 quart warm water sprayed on foliage until desired runoff is achieved.
Views: 732 Smart Pictvids
Starting an Acacia Bonsai from Seed, April 2016
 
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With some seeds from Africa, I plant some Acacia trees to grow as bonsai. A long journey begins from a tiny packet! To see the future development of these trees, check out the playlist here.... https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQouTWwmTQowwywh_Pt_rQsYszrUZPd_o
Hillside Planting Atlas Cedar - Prune Like a Pro
 
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Arborist Gary Knowlton demonstrates how to properly install an Atlas Cedar (Cedrus Atlantica) on a hillside. He explains how to create a planting basin on a steep incline, properly compact the soil, and create swails to direct runoff water to the tree. To learn more about Gary and Prune Like a Pro, visit PruneLikeaPro.com
Views: 3467 PruneLikeAPro
Dwarf Mugo Bonsai Care
 
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The Dwarf Mugo Pine is native to the high elevations of the mountain regions of Central and Southern Europe. It was first introduced into Denmark in 1798 and became widely grown in Europe commercially since 1860. It has been used to stabilize coastal sand dune areas in Europe. This slow growing plant is easy to grow and easy to care for making it a great choice for any bonsai enthusiast. Trees Features: The Dwarf Mugo Pine, or Pinus mugus 'Mops' has small dark green needles which grow slowly and are very easy to maintain. Being an evergreen, this bonsai looks great throughout the year. This bonsai will provide an experience that is perfect for beginners because it is a very low-maintenance bonsai with a hearty constitution. Temperature: This bonsai will enjoy living outdoors with adequate protection from extreme heat and cold. If left outdoors, though it tolerates freezing temperatures well, ample root protection should be provided; and if brought inside, attention must be paid to humidity requirements and protection from the dry conditions of indoor heating should be provided. Lighting: Mugo pine trees can be grown outdoors in partial shade to full sun. When indoors they will do well in bright light, but can also tolerate diffused light from a southern facing window. Watering: The drought tolerance of the Mugo Pine will be especially appreciated in warmer climates and by the frequent traveler. Since their roots grow close to the surface, it is a good idea to offer a layer of mulch around Mugo pine bonsai, to keep the roots cool and moist. It is also important to provide a good draining soil to prevent root rot.. Fertilizing: This bonsai will do well to have a monthly feeding regime of a diluted organic fertilizer specific to evergreens.
Natural Form of the Deodar Cedar -- Prune Like a Pro
 
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Arborist Gary Knowlton provides a tree profile for the Deodar Cedar (Cedrus Deodara). All trees have a natural form that the tree will grow into if left unpruned. The Deodar Cedar displays a single lead with an arching tip and lateral branches all the way to the soil level. To learn more about Gary Knowlton and Prune Like a Pro visit: prunelikeapro.com
Views: 20258 PruneLikeAPro
Himalayan Cedar Bonsai Tree
 
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The Himalayan cedar bonsai is a dwarf variant and was first cultivated in Australia. The tree sports light green needles with rich golden undertones and the oils in its bark produce a wonderful aromatic scent. When properly pruned and cared for, the Himalayan bonsai cedar grows between four to six inches a year. If it is not regularly trimmed, however, the tree can grow as high as 15 inches. Its typical shape is conical shape. The Himalayan cedar bonsai is a dwarf variant of the Himalayan Cedar. The bonsai variety of this tree was first cultivated in Australia. The tree sports light green needles with rich golden undertones and the oils in its bark produce a wonderful aromatic scent. When properly pruned and cared for, the Himalayan bonsai cedar grows between four to six inches a year. If it is not regularly trimmed, however, the tree can grow as high as 15 inches. Its typical shape is conical shape.Himalayan cedar bonsai trees make beautiful additions to outside gardens in zones 6 through 9, the central and southern temperature zones of the United States, and wonderful indoor plants in colder regions. They can also be taken out in the warmer months, and brought back inside during the colder seasons. Outdoor trees will frequently develop a beautiful carpet of green moss on the surface of their soil.
Cryptomeria Japonica Bonsai ( Japanese Cedar )
 
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Belajar wiring Bonsai Pohon : Cryptomeria Japonica ( Japanese Cedar ) Style : Formal Upright ( Chokkan ) Dibeli dari kios bonsai Ms Eko Bonsai Jogja 2015
Views: 2120 Rudi Sumardyanto
Bonsai Tools Explained : Types and Uses for working with your bonsai tree.
 
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Bonsai Tools Explained by Jason Chan (http://www.easternleaf.com) Mastering Basic Bonsai Techniques: In this video, we discuss the various types of bonsai tools and their general uses for working with a bonsai tree. The video goes through the toolkit of bonsai artist Jason Chan. For more bonsai information and articles, please visit our knowledge center at http://www.easternleaf.com/Bonsai_Tutorials_Lessons_a/437.htm. Update: I received some questions on the actual tools that were in my kit. I've listed them below. - Shisei Satsuki Hasami Shear - Shisei Concave Branch Cutter Large - 8" - Shisei Concave Branch Cutter Extra Large - 11" - Shisei Wire Cutter - Shisei Large Wire Cutter - Shisei Root Cutter Large - 8.25" - Shisei Knob Cutter Large - 8.25" - Shisei Knob Cutter Extra Large 11.5" - Jin Pliers Made in China - Ryuga Stainless Steel Jin Pliers - Stainless Steel Repotting Stick - Bonsai Keyhole Saw - Small Triangle Jin Carving Tool - Small Circle Jin Carving Tool - Large Circle Jin Carving Tool
Views: 49178 Eastern Leaf
How to Recognise Winter Burn on Evergreens
 
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This video is about how to recognise Winter Burn on evergreens, such as Cryptomeria, Chinese Juniper and Yew. Peter describes why this happens and that in the spring they will turn green once more. Browning on these plants is nothing to worry about.
Views: 10488 Herons Bonsai
Bonsai Friends
 
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I meet my old friend Stephen King and his delightful collection of Bonsai Trees - some are more than 30 years old. There is a lovely Cryptomeria, a Maple forest, Maples Forest, triple trunk maple, broom style maple and a very unusual twisted pomegranate. More great stuff can be found at http://www.herons.co.uk facebook @herons.bonsai twitter @heronsbonsai instagram herons_bonsai
Views: 26868 Herons Bonsai
Time-lapse at Bonsai Sense 2016
 
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Styling a big Sabina Juniper at Bonsai Sense in Mallorca, Spain. For more information about the school of bonsai at Bonsai Sense, visit http://www.bonsaisense.com For other video tutorials, visit http://bjornbjorholm.com
Views: 255453 Eisei-en Bonsai
Bonsai Tree Refinement by Graham Potter
 
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The juniper from my first ever bonsai movie takes another step forwards. Details refinement techniques for use with juniper bonsai trees. http://www.kaizenbonsai.com
Views: 98435 GrahamWPotter
Bonsai Detail Wiring
 
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As a sample of our Bonsai Fundamentals series available on Mirai Live, we expand with a focus on secondary/tertiary wiring. This is where you execute your bonsai design to its fullest potential. Ryan shares the details of pairing branches, applying wire, handling branch tips, and using wire to define pad formation. Detail Wiring Pt.2 will be available in our archive for Mirai Live members: https://live.bonsaimirai.com/
Views: 49008 Bonsai Mirai
SakkaTen Literati Bonsai demo by Kunio Kobayashi
 
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Bonsai demonstration with a Scots Pine (Pinus Sylvestris) to be styled as Literati Bonsai, by mr. Kunio Kobayashi and Edoardo Rossi. The demo was part of the Sakka Ten Autumn event, organized in Rome. Music by: CMA http://www.bonsaiempire.com
Views: 95536 Bonsai Empire
Air Layer Free Japanese black pine 'bonsai starter"
 
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jbp air layer, bonsai starter, good way to get nice nebari on jbp, can anyone tell me what sort of japanese black pine this is???
Views: 1310 Chip Douglas
Grower Seth Cryptomeria Japonica 'Yoshino'
 
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Grower Seth talks to us about a couple of beautiful Japanese Cedars.
Views: 2605 Bower & Branch
Ant's Japanese Garden: First attempt at cloud pruning
 
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Everyone is a beginner at one point. At least with plants if you make a mistake you can learn from it, and buy a replacement!
Views: 8146 antinbath
How to make a Bonsai tree, from a starter kit
 
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Learn how to make a Bonsai tree from a Bonsai starter kit with this movie and our new online course: https://www.bonsaiempire.com/courses/getting-started In this movie the tree steps of growing a Bonsai are explained; cultivation, training and care. Though Bonsai is a centuries-old form of art, getting started with this fascinating hobby is not at all that difficult! The tree in this movie is a Chamaecyparis plumosa.
Views: 2165531 Bonsai Empire