How To Make A Tanuki Bonsai | Chinese elm Tanuki Bonsai | bonsai trees for beginners //GREEN PLANTS

Welcome to my channel today i’m going to create a Tanuki bonsai to create tanuki i just select a Chinese em to make a bonsai before making tanuki preparing the Chinese em plant first i just remove the pot and soil after to create a tanuki we must need a piece of strong dead wood now i just take an old juniper branch this branch treated and prepared for tanuki we can see the shaped and carved line and some some small holes in the branch so it can be used as the deadwood for our Tanuki after attach the Chinese em into the carved line of the deadwood now i’m using a black sellotape and 1mm thick aluminum wire to attach the chinese em after potting tanuki bonsai put the bonsai soil in the pot and place the plant in the pot make sure the roots must be contacted with the soil then add some bonsai soil this dead wood does not rot or spoil when watering because i have treated the dead wood with a chemical preseravative by soaking it in a wood sealer for two weeks then letting it dry for six months.

so this plant can live long in this dead wood with moisture pour water once in 3 days keep in full shade for few weeks .

Bonsai trees – Private Bonsai Tree Collection – bonsai tree collection for sale by mikbonsai

Good morning everyone today I want to share with you something unusual taken an hour and 40 minutes to get here I had arrived and be very pleased that I have just purchased in the process of purchasing not this one and it is a cascade and this one is excluded this one is in three date so this IV I can is quite keep the tiny options can fit very well and there is this juniper on a little slab and again it looks like a peacock in a very shallow pot this looks like another key collie versus glad effects of talks and this one is a tanuki again we please it can look like pika and next week as the ginkgo tree has a nice convince next is a group of four gold Edwards locks if you don’t graduate with a cypress area and then we have a couple of and what looks like an April and another maple and another one red put these up to it with gingko trees and there is shallow at last one is quietly chose the cloud mounting style doing redwood I have just elected the trees felled this group of all red or three tool to go in the back is called all the flows in the front this is the boot of the car and entry is very very busy I’ve noted all the tree month and this is the view from the rear of the car and all the trees are loaded up and I should be added back well there’s one of the smaller in comparison issues I’ll just go back and I’ve unloaded the trees and this is a maple me to the work and there is a prune that I will turn it before I put it away just the setting of the maples this one is a tika tonu key style paprika after that point and SS laboratories this is another peak hourly slab and the three trees in this group he could have sought out not of dead needles in the of our moss and also these are all too thick the pontiff need to be turned out of it but that’s for another day this is another group of to pick out trees in shallow pot little bit again needs work so this is usually what happens in collections are acquired they usually neglected and we work juniper or sort in a shallow pot this guy has majority of the trees in shadow box a Juniper really quick turn and there we are SP start we have another stringy put on a slab and this also needs a good sort out but they have given it a quick turn so as you can see what it looks like right next up is a mover pine nice tree wrong pot even another turn and that’s where we are as I spotted I think this is another Mughal pine and quick turn and flaps will be started Cyprus Jenica get a quick turn and as we started and this here is a gingko tree and a really great dad Carranza we started it’s a nice tree but wrong pot there’s always something that eats sorting but these two tiny little gingko trees in pretty stone their pots and I suspect these are cuttings which are interpolated next up is this wine and a music turn same amount of work has gone in to create what it is and I can see how the wine has been molded into the shape that you’re looking at I’ve cleaned it up it was a bit rough I had given the quick tool it is fairly straightforward and also we started you get the next tree the next we have a dawn redwood now give it a quick turn it’s too heavy at the top the bond structure having exalted with too many branches and they would sort out thinning out the branches and of course wrong pot next up is was this fairly substantial dawn redwood and it is slanting style the trunk is quite thick as you can see my hand is behind it and get a quick turn again at the top is basically a bush by putting a tree in a pot it doesn’t become a bonsai there’s a lot more to it after the tree has been put in the pot next up is this group planting of four trees these are doing red buds now unit Victor and if not that again the branches need a little bit of a sort out one apart from that we as it was just are getting a little bit too tall so it may need chopping at the top to reduce the height that’s all for now thanks for watching and if you haven’t subscribed smash that subscribe button and then hit the down to receive notifications of future uploads and now for the afterthought how does the penguin well the house it gives it together you dig and now for the afterthought that’s a plane go no the plane is not the afterthought you

Annoying Orange – Wazzup 3: Bonsai Tree

-Pear-p-p-pear, p-pear, p-p-pear Pear-pp-pear, p-pear, p-p-pear -Would you please stop it? -Oh come on, Pear, let’s do a duet. -Please stop singing. -Aw, you’re just jealous ’cause you don’t have my awesome vocal skills, right Midget Apple? -For the last time, it’s Little Apple. -Are we still arguing about that? -Parteh! -So this is where the party’s at? Nice. -Whoa, what are you guys? -We’re the Party Platter. -Yeah, we bring the party. -Party! -Party? -Party. -Party? -Party. -Party? -Parteh! -eh! -eh! -eh! -eh! -eh! -Party. -Parteh. -Hey, don’t start the party yet. -What the? -Hey guys. You didn’t start the party without me, did you? – -Whoa-whoa-whoa, what’s all the screaming about? -The kitchen’s being invaded by mutant broccoli. -Hah, I’m not a broccoli. -Huh? -Yeah, I’m a bonsai tree. -Bonsai? -Bonsai. -Bonsai? -Yeah. -Bonsai? -Bonsai! -Bonsai! Bonsai. -Bonsai! -Bonsai! -ai! -ai! -ah! -ah! -ah! -ah! -Bonsai! -Wait-wait-wait-wait, guys stop. I think I’m gonna sneeze. Ah-ah-ah -Bless you. -Thanks. Bansai! -ai! -ah! -ah! -ah! -ah! -ah! -ah! -ah! -Bbbbbonsai! -ai! -ah! -eh! -ah! -Whoa. Those guys really did bring the party.

-Hey, who cut the cheese? – Good one, bonsai tree. -No seriously, who cut the cheese? Captioned by SpongeSebastian .

Bonsai | Bonsai Repotting | Chinese elm Bonsai | Bonsai Trees for Beginners//GREEN PLANTS

Welcome to my channel in this video i’m going to show you the update of Chinese elm bonsai tree after one year i’m going to repot this bonsai first i just remove the moss from the top soil next loosen the soil and remove the old soil carefully remove the tree from its pot pruning the long roots and side roots its a new cement bonsai pot i just select for my Chinese elm bonsai now add fine gravels in the base layer of the pot for good drainage next add the bonsai soil and spread evenly next place the tree in right position next add the remaining bonsai soil and cover the roots with soil next remove the air pockets from the soil using a this stick next spray the water to the soil then replace the moss and add colored stones on the top layer of soil this will help to keep the soil moisture and also give beautiful look after re potting pruning the leaves its a maintenance pruning pour the water twice a week and keep in partial shade and bright sun light area thanks for watching

How To Create A Bonsai Tree – The Transformation

The first thing to do is to study the tree and take your time. Really look at the structure. This way of thinking will greatly increase the potential and the results of this future bonsai tree. Remove excess soil so you can see where the root surface is ending and the main trunk is beginning. Now it’s time to remove all dead branches and foliage so we can open up the structure even more. Next step will be to select branches.

And you should always go for the branches that are strong vigorous and growing from the best position and at the best angle. Remove the weak and juvenile foliage. Work your way from the bottom to the top. Now it’s time to wire the tree. And we do this because we want a tree that we can shape. Wire the main trunk first. Not too hard and not too loose. When you are applying the wire, use it as a lever. Apply pressure and tension with one hand holding the wire in place while coiling around the main trunk with the other hand. Use one piece of wire for two branches or more if possible.

That gives you stability and anchoring. And it also saves you a lot of wire. Styling and shaping your tree is one of the last parts in the whole design process. This gives us the satisfaction of having the tree exactly as we would imagine. Something that is hard to achieve but can be done with experience and practice So, while bending a bonsai branch it’s important to know that you need to keep pressure and hold tension with your thumbs on the wire and not the branch itself. Because then it might break.

As you can see.. this tree has a lot of feeder roots to work with when Spring comes around the corner. But until then I’m going to let it have it’s Winter’s sleep. This is Johan, and you have been watching “Bonsai Talk.” .

Indoor Bonsai – Bonsai Trees for Beginners – Indoor Bonsai Care मार्क बोन्साई 03

 My name is Mark D’Cruz of Ma-Ke Bonsai and I’m going to talk to you about indoor bonsai care. There are effectively, over time we kind of learned that there’s nine different conditions that need to be met. First of all, light. Light is crucial to bonsais and often, without light, bonsais will perish. They will die slowly but they will die. Growing it on a window like this, a nice big bay window, ideally, it should be a south facing window, but if you don’t have one, then any facing window is good.

For some species you may need to add extra light in which case you use a light like this. This particular light uses a white light of 64,000 Kelvin which is ideal for growing bonsai. The next thing that you need to consider is of course water. Plants, like outdoor plants, need to be watered regularly when they are dry to the touch. Water them like you would do to outdoor plants. Ideally I would dunk them. Give them a dunking in a basin or a bucket. That helps to make sure that all the bowls are full. Another important factor to consider in growing trees indoors is heat. Now in a modern home like ours in the UK, that’s not really much of a problem because central heating takes care of heating in winter time. The only consideration is just to make sure that you do not place your bonsai directly over the heat source like, for example, a radiator or something like that, in which case, the dry heat from the radiator is going to kill the bonsai.

Bonsais need to be cooler in the night than during the day but not too cold. Many times bonsais will get too cold in the night so you need to monitor the temperature. Above 6 degrees is tolerable. Below 6 degrees gets difficult for the bonsai in the night. Plants need humidity. If you have a dry room which rooms get very dry with the central heating, the plants will suffer quite considerably. So that’s why we have humidity trays under each of the bonsais. That provides a little microclimate for the tree so that it manages to deal with the humidity.

Bonsais need to have air circulating around them. So if you put a bonsai in a place where there is no air circulation, eventually what happens is that fungus and other pests settle on it and it gets damaged, and it will die because of over fungus on the tree. Feeding and fertilizing. Use a balanced fertilizer 4/4/4 strength of 6/6/6. If you’re using a liquid fertilizer, feed every two weeks. If you’re using a pellet-type fertiliser, feed every two months or when the pellets disappear. Just like outdoor trees, indoor trees will suffer from from pests and disease. You need to keep a lookout for them. Indoor trees, because there’s a lack of circulation can suffer from pests quite often. Scale is quite a problem indoors as is aphids and spider mites. Bonsai pots and trees need to be kept clean. You need to regularly clean them out, brush them out so that if there’s any dead matter in the trees, remove any dead wood is removed, any dead leaves are removed so that circulation is always encouraged by cleaning up the thing.

Keep the top of the pot clean because then no bugs and no pests will settle in the dead matter that’s on top of the soil. And finally, dormancy. All trees need dormancy. They need to rest. Another thing to remember is that if you are growing, like I am here on the window sill, in the winter time, do not close the curtains over the plants. The warm air from the room will not come onto the plants and then the tree will just suffer from the cold air that comes in from the outside, and the coolness that comes out. And that’s how you look after indoor bonsais. .

Bonsai Trees – Chinese bonsai Quince, Japanese Quince Bonsai trees in Bloom by mikbonsai

Hello everyone today I’m going to share with you my quince tree have got quite a few of these and some of them have been made from cuttings propagated and made into one size from cuttings and if you’re new and you’re visiting please subscribe hit that subscribe button and then hit the bell and get the box and save and you will receive notifications of all my update this is the first of the Prince trees and has a lot of bugs some of them haven’t opened yet right this is the apex of the tree and you can see how many queens flowers and opened up there’s loads of flowers further down on the branches and also the front here and these parts have not yet opened and on the right side that we have this branch and again flowers have opened up and these bugs yet will open be Bobby plows on the middle of the tree and we’ll just client work of a rounded does the view of the right branch of this particular tree okay this is the tree in its full view I like this please this time of the year I am optom around my garden and it just makes it all look very very pretty before the other flowers start to appear and also afterwards if there’s food there of Quinns fruits on these very little trees this is the second of the quince tree and other give it a quick turn and this one also has quite a few flowers and just launched I’m letting it grow this plant am letting it go and it’s quite long at the moment i’ll bring it into the camera and it will be pruned back to about there and that will be when these flowers finish and a backstage i will clone it and it will be propagated and i will make another swim straight out of it and the same applies to this lounge here is being allowed to go intentionally will be pruned back to back there and again complicated and same thing with this one and we film that glass there and propagated and that is how I make more quince tree one of my favorite Chinese quince tree and last year it bloomed and they were flowers but not as many as this year and useful in the previous video you have seen one solitary thing hanging on and that was last year’s our food and this year it has bloomed very nicely as you can see up here and not all the bugs have opened yet their buds up here but here which haven’t opened and but fear likewise on this branch is this flower which is just large opening and the rest of the buds haven’t yet opened and it’s a difficult creative second I’ve managed to get adjusted budget excuse to get it resetting as much of this virtually the top of the tree and I’ll zoom in a little bit more and take a closer look at the flowers and this is the physics of the tree with a few flowers and bugs up there point these are more flowers at the upper end of the tree and after this we will want to be smaller quince tree which have been propagated and made from cutting staton in the previous year this is another little quince and it was propagated from the cutting weight from one of the larger trees under the quick turn and it’s got most of the flowers and buds on this sideways launch another of the cuttings from which this tree was made is doing quite well and go again the branches will be thrown back once the flowers are finished and made into more very things please this this launcher they grown back to back here and this volatile ductal out here and this again will be pruned back to us there and we’ll end up with a very tiny cutting and these also are quite interesting the climbing cottages I don’t throw them away I’ll just share with you what I’ve done with a similar cutting in the past but this is what I do with the very tiny cutting is a very good example distance thought is virtually like a symbol it slightly larger maybe two or three symbols and we’ll zoom in and show you what happens now this is a close-up of the little quince cutting that I propagated couple of years ago and it hasn’t flowers yet but I’m looking forward to the day when it to have its well flower and after this about one more this is the exhaust of the quince trees again propagated from cutting on the last few years and it was the first one to flower and the flowers are now starting to fall off we still a few buds that haven’t opened and it’s not every desktop me please all these flowers as recited flowered early and the flowers and of dropping off but what I wanted to share with you all that what can be done with cutting it’s quite a small tree and very cute that’s all the princes for today thank you for watching and if you’re new here then d subscribe hit the subscribe button and hit the down and get the box and face then you will receive notifications of all my uploads as we happen so you will not miss anything this Victor called for Mick bonsai in West London now the afterthought why do mummy have difficulty in making friends because they are too wrapped up in themselves you’re doing

Bonsai Workshop on How to Shape a Wild Tree as Bonsai and Gain Taper, Be The CREATOR, May.2018

Hello brothers and sisters, I warmly welcome all of you to Be The CREATOR channel Friends, I’m going to present today a workshop on bonsai This tamarind tree you are seeing has been growing in this pot for the last 15 years and has grown wild like this carelessly. The taper, ramification and trunk height it has are not bonsai suitable at all So how can you fix this, how can you give the bonsai look to a wildly grown tree? That’s what I’m going to share with you today. The work I’ll do, you do not need any description, and you will understand it while watching The first thing that I will do is correction of its wrong ramifications and wrong taper For this we need to have some major trunk chop, so let’s start friends Look, I have given a picture, by which I am changing its shape Now I am removing the bark of the branch which I have just cut off What will be the result of it? Its wood will dry up and then it will be easy to work on it Now look at the trunk heights and the taper which is not appropriate If I do the ground level here then its perfect look can be found So what I have to do here, I have to grow roots on this level To develop the root, I have to do ground layering here If I get root here with the help of ground layering, then I can raise the ground level too So from this place I will do the ground laying, I will get root from the place where I am cutting Then this will become the ground level Ground layering is the same way as you do in air-layering And now soil mixture, 40% gardening soil and 60% cocoa peat And this plastic pot has open from both sides I will put the soil inside it and it will grow roots inside it I’m putting some little pebbles and sand on top so that my soil doesn’t get wash out during the watering Now watering I’ll be watering it very well There is no dearth of moisture in any way Because, if the soil becomes dry then new grown roots can be burnt Here’s the shape after work And here it is 45 days later New look of the tree Lots do new shoots and flowers are here, it’ll fruit now This is a sweet tamarind tree I don’t need these new shoots, so I’ll remove them It needs little pruning, or it’ll grow lengthy To control the growth I’ve to prune them Here it is after prune Let’s watch how the new root ball grow after 45 days Yes it grew very nicely Now I’ll let it grow more and in early monsoon I’ll separate it and plant it in new pot If you think this video is helpful then please Like & Share it and don’t forget to subscribe to my channel That’s all for now friends,see you soon on next video Till then Goodbye

Bonsai Slab Planting | bonsai trees for beginners | Grow Bonsai On a Slab // GREEN PLANTS

In this video i’m showing now making of slap bonsai bonsai slap planting and then these plants are already wired this is a cement bonsai slap on this slap i’m just making clay wall or pot materials i used to make this clay mix natural pottery clay peat moss and water if you don’t have peat moss or natural pottery clay you can make this clay using garden soil with water this clay wall must be at least 2.5 inch height because there must be enough space for planting after drying clay wall place the plant in slap pot then put the bonsai soil mix press the soil slowly then put some soil after place the moss to cover the clay wall moss retains the soil moisture and avoids soil eroding after put some stones this will protect the soil and keep moisture and also looks beautiful i’m just putting some sand for beauty finished work every day watering need for this slap bonsai use sprayer to water and over watering will affect the plants so Do not pour too much water and sunlight for bonsai bonsai needs about 5 hours of direct or indirect sunlight per day Place your bonsai at a window facing the south

How to bonsai SAGO Palm/CYCAS plant ( with English Subtitle )

Hello These are cycas plant now I am repotting them to bonsai pot these are palm like plant so, they take less water to stay alive excess water is not good for them These plants doesn’t require much food or fertilizer Mustard cake solution or cow dung liquid fertilizer is enough once in a month In my channel there is video of preparation of organic fertilier, see the description below to get the link. Here the pot I am using is my self made bonsai cement concrete pot and the soil I am using is my self made bonsai soil. Please see the link in the description for details The condition of the Cycas plant after 6 month of repotting The plant growth is much better than previous and also new leaves have arrived .