How to Grow Maple Bonsai From Seeds /Japanese Maple / for beginner – 6th june 2017/Mammal Bonsai

If you have not yet subscribed to the Mammal Bonsai channel Then subscribe to the channel by pressing the red button And press this bell icon so that when I upload a new video you get the message Hello Friends, i am Vijay saini & welcome to Mammal Bonsai . i have some queries that how to grow japanese bonsai from seeds Maple Bonsai seed does not mean that the seeds will become bonsai only these seeds are normal maple tree seeds If we grow up they will become a normal tree So there is no seed of Bonsai. We have to make it bonsai it has to give a shape So that’s why I bought some seeds Yesterday I had received this seeds So I thought I should share with you maple seeds need cool climate to germinate While there is a lot of heat here, and seeds can not survive this summer.

But i brought these seeds for try it i will try with different method i will tell you how you can also try it if you have these seeds so i will tell you that how to grow it so first of all open it and take seeds now open packet I have not bought seeds online yet have bought for the first time today because these seeds not available here so i brought it there is 10 seeds in this packet look this may be its bill and these are seeds There were 10 seeds written in it.

But there is more seeds in it more than 10 seeds it is bill of 99 look this is seeds now talk that how to grow so first method is that Take this type of zip lock bag and fill it in the peat moss when will use peat moss spray lightly with water for keep moisturising don’t take big bag take bag according your seeds take moisturized peat moss and mix seeds in peat moss then lock zip and keep in refrigerator after 3-4 month is will germinate then you can shift in different pots one other methode is that mean keep it to soak water at night then morning you can keep in peat moss bag after zip locked keep it in refrigerator in this way it grow fast This is the way to grow it fast that .. grow direct ut for that you need fresh seeds mean if you collected seeds from tree then you can grow it direct in the soil so then seeds grow quick keep it in refrigerator in october -November and then sow it in the february then also grow fast because here germination process fast in february plants growth also fast so we can grow like this so i will tell you both method sp let’s start its seeds same like rosewood its seeds like rosewood seeds these seeds are mixed seed , here see two type Look i show you you can see two type seeds here its different its looks green and this verity is different take a zip bag like bag if you want to grow 10-20 seeds then You take a little bigger bag than this But I’m experimenting and I will grow with many method And see which of these 5-7 ways is successful And the way I succeed I will share with you so now i will tell you common ways to grow maple seeds take peat moss like this but i haven’t peat moss so m using cocopeat fill the coco peat in the bag It must be aware that there must be a moisturising in it not dry look , we filled it now put the maple seeds in the bag i will put 4 seeds i will shake it after put seeds So that seed can be mix n Coco peat or mix it in cocopeat with your hand I have put the seeds in it and now I will seal it.

I will lock zipp like this we have zipped it and now keep it in the refrigerator I will keep this in refrigerator For 4 months And then we will see the result of what comes We will continue to see this in between and then any seeds sprout so this is our first way we can grow like this You can soak it by planting it like this 2nd method is that how to grow direct in the soil for that i will use this pot Although this method works well on the fresh seeds We should sow from January to February But we try and see what goes on in trying when you grow direct then you can grow in bonsai soil also but for that need cool climate and here not good climate for maple i will use bonsai soil for these maple seeds look ,we will use this bonsai soil now i will sow the seeds in the soil so i will put 2 seeds look this One will grow this kind of seed and one this type mean we put 2 seeds and put some soil on it now apply some cocopeat now watering in it seeds planted now keep it to germinate i will not keep it in refrigerator, i will grow it like normal seed Let’s see which way is successful Apart from these 2 methods, I will see the seeds which are still remaining in new ways And see what the way is successful If they were successful in some way So I will share that method with you.

At the moment I have told you two methods you also can try like this this method i mean poly bag method take long time may be it take 3 -4 months and this is normal method i will try another method too and i will share that method with so if you have japanese maple seeds then you can also grow .rainy season coming soon so rainy seson best for growing seeds i will tell you how to care it after germination after germinate your seeds then you can shift in a little big pot and keep in the semi shade like keep under big tree shade Where the sun comes but in such a hot sun take care of watering keep moisturising in the soil If one tree is grown here successful then Then we will have many seed Some friends say that maple will not grow here So I say that we should try the tries to do it.

Trying to get success can sometimes happen so i have some more seeds of maple and i will try these seeds with different methods look , we have many seeds more When I bought it was written there, it has different color seeds one light blue ,one red ,one yellow and one green color so So there were four colors shown when it grow then we can see the color ok friends m trying to germinate these seeds with new methods If a seed is germinated then I will show you the update ok friends see you in the next video till then goodbye

Bonsai Trees Progression – Old larch bonsai restyled – Two methods of removing bonsai wires Part 3

This is an update on this larch, I did extensive work Its the growing season, so if I leave the wires on there is a risk that the wires will cut into the branches and mark them and the tree had suffered enough in the past so I my attempt is to save it and bring it back into looking like a bonsai so I am going to remove these wires and see if they stay in place this part of the branch has stayed where it was meant to be and the thicker branches, I am just going to speed up the process and cut them off.

That way I don’t damage the tree and on these branches these wires come off easily, just cut them off like so and then same here like that so far so good, its staying in place and that one there. Great if the wire are not removed they will leave ugly marks which are very difficult to get rid off. So will continue and I’m plagued by planes today so I have to keep turning the camera on and off but will finish this off and I hope you don’t mind the plane noise while I’m doing this. Right so that wiring from that branch is off and it has been in place and I’ll remove some of these dead branches. Now I’m going to remove the wires from this top part starting with this one from here just we simply cut them and they fall off, ah… needs to be cut a little bit more as it goes right round and then from here, the branches are staying in place so it was long enough for the wires to on and can be removed now as they have served their purpose and I normally recycle the wires but I’m not going to do it on this occasion, Its’s quicker to cut them off and this is the way you remove them quickly and also if you try to remove them for recycling you have to be very very careful to how you unwind them otherwise you can end up breaking the branches and it ain’t worth it we are continuing with the removal of the wires and just cut them off and this one I will try and remove it, now if you want to remove the wire for recycling it’s the reverse process you keep your finger and you turn it against your finger without, so that its not the branch that takes the brunt of the force when you unwind it, and that is how you remove the wire for recycling.

It can be used again a few times and there we have it. There’s a couple more here, so we’ll remove these, just cut them off Bigger wire cutter, just continue cutting these wires and they come off quite easily and the wire cutters are such that they don’t damage the tree you just hold it against the tree and it just cuts the wire and there’s no damage whatsoever to the tree as you can see Very nearly there! last two where the wires were forming an anchor Right and while I’m at it I’ll just tidy up a little bit, where the branches are of slightly criss-crossing and reduce the branches a little bit more This is where the branches have died back a bit so just cleans it all up and makes it look tidier and neater I think I will reduce this also also although its not dead but looks better.

Right there we have it it’s all done for another season and it will go back on its bench. Looks much better than it did when I started restyling it and that’s all for now thanks for watching, this is Iqbal Khan for mikbonsai in West London .


Welcome to the beautiful world of Aquascaping, to the Green Aqua Gallery in Budapest, Hungary. We are here here in this premises since May, 2018. Many things have happened since then. We have built a beautiful gallery, with 12 show tanks. Most of which are Nature Aquarium style – standard aquariums. 60cm, 90cm, 120, 150 and 180 big. We have a nice shop area, with a lot of products, that can be bought by customers, who visit Green Aqua in Budapest. We also have a huge and very efficient warehouse, from where we can send all the packages to you guys, if you live in the EU. We also have a very nice fish area in the back. We made a nice video with Jurijs, our friend, a couple of weeks ago, you can check out the video there. We also have this customer support area at the main entrance. And we have this round aquarium here, which has been under production ever since we moved here. Which was eight and a half months ago. You can make a baby in that time. So we have two more weeks for the nine-month delivery.

So let’s, let’s just start working on that in this episode! Alright, before we start speaking about how we made this aquarium here behind me, let’s talk about the plans for 2019 at Green Aqua. We have quite a few exciting prospects for this year, one of which is this beautiful garden. This is an internal garden. Now it’s covered in snow. We did not have time to do anything with it, but we’ll build a colorful and nice Japanese garden in it, in the coming months. We have asked for professional help to do that. We already got the plans, here they are! A specialist gardening team have come up with that. There is gonna be an Oase pond on one side, with a small waterfall. And bamboo in the background. There’s gonna be a bench on the other side, stretching and curving along the natural path. Customers can go and have a coffee there. This little garden is gonna be really lovely and I’m sure you guys are gonna love it, when you visit Green Aqua.

Another project that we started in 2018, was the YouTube – and regular video production project of ours. We have started to build a special studio for you guys! We allocated space for this studio, ever-since we started planning Green Aqua. It’s gonna be a little studio, with some lights and some backgound, and it’s gonna serve as the basis for all kinds of productions here at Green Aqua. We still have to come up with some good sound insulation solution. But we’re sure that you’re gonna like it! At the time of the production of this video, we are just passing 28k subs, on the Green Aqua YouTube channel. Thank you guys for that! Please, if you didn’t subscribe yet, do so! Let’s get back to the main topics of this video! This aquarium, which is a round aquarium at the entrance, at the front reception – customer support desk area. This aquarium is a completely do it yourself, DIY aquarium. Which is the first in Green Aqua’s life. Why? Because most aquariums that we have here, are standard aquariums, with standard gear.

I don’t know of anything… Maybe I know a couple of products only, that are standards products in it. For example this Oase pump that we’re gonna install below the aquarium, or the Seachem Matrix biological filter media, that will go inside this tube there. And that’s it! Nothing else. But why is it round? Because we wanted an aquarium that can be seen from all over the place, when you walk between the Gallery space and the shop space in Green Aqua. We got the original inspiration of doing this from a dentist office actually. Our maintenance expert Matyi and our Green Aqua co-founder Attila Néder, have built this beautiful aquarium together.

It has a Bonsai Tree in the middle, and it has the lights built into the ceiling. You have all these terrestrial plants at the bottom. So this gave us the idea, of having a similar aquarium at the entrance at Green Aqua. Which… I don’t know, if it’s gonna have a bonsai tree on the top, I have another idea now. Based on last week’s video, where Adam Paszczela, – our good friend from ADA Poland – have suggested that we should have the water and the fire together. So we’re right now thinking of putting an indoors fire stove on the top, over there. Then you can have the plants, the terrestrial plants, the aquarium, and the fire together, in one space.

Let’s see what it looks like! You guys can comment below and just tell us what you think! Should we use a bonsai tree there? Or should we use fire? We are using a 2080 Eheim Professionel filter, below the aquarium – in the dentist office. The hoses for that filter just went below the floor level. Here we didn’t have the possibility, to do that. We will install and Oase water pump underneath the aquarium. We’re also lighting the aquarium with three industrial LED lamps. Those are pretty expensive, but we tried them. They work perfectly for plants and they can reach down to the gravel, to the carpeting plants.

They’re strong enough for that. Here we are preparing the PVC tube, to be installed at the center of the aquarium. This is also supporting the lava stones later. As the first step, we’re cutting the PVC tube. It’s a one meter tube and we’re cutting it to a length, which is just a little bit higher, than the water surface level. How much? We don’t know, we just cut it. The height of the aquarium is 50 centimeters, And the height of the tube is… How much? 65 centimeters. So the water level will be at about 48 centimeters and the rest of the tube will stick out, but it will be all covered in Lava Stones.

We’re gonna use some terrestrial plants in-between them. This PVC tube has been glued to the bottom of the aquarium, at the center. It has been treated with sand paper, to have a rugged surface. This way, the glue will stick better to it. We have three outflows, arranged evenly around the tube. Then we’re gluing a normal plastic net to prevent the fish or the debris or any other thing, to go into the filter. It does not look good, but it will be covered with stones and you will not see anything from it. Just wait until the end! Actually you can see the outflow. It’s around there, the white spot. The filter actually will stand in the middle of the aquarium. So the Seachem Matrix biological filter media will be inside, there. As the next step, we glued the PVC tube into the aquarium. You can see that we’re gluing it in the center, using silicone, normal silicone glue.

Then, we had to bring it to the front from the back, going around the building of Green Aqua. Because it was just too big to fit through the doors that lead to the back of the Gallery. This round aquarium was custom built by Green Aqua, and it’s actually made of three pieces, three bow-fronts glued together. We have two holes on the bottom drilled. One for the intake and one for the outlet. The guys are trying to put the aquarium in place. It’s a heavy duty. Then we’re aligning the holes in the aquarium with the holes that were drilled into the base plate. We’re sticking the lava rocks with Polyurethane foam. This is a dark grey color foam, that matches the rocks perfectly.

If you scratch it after they are dry, you can ensure that they are even more seamless. We’re building up the rocks all the way to the edge of this filtration chamber. We had to prepare the gear for this aquarium and the whole technology behind the aquarium, from the very start. What we did, is that we stretched the CO2 hoses and the electricity hoses below the floor level. We brought the CO2 hose actually under the main desk. We actually had to build an edge, around the whole structure here. Then we had to make the isolation of this whole area, because we’re gonna have dirt in it. We’re gonna have regular plants in it. We don’t want the moisture and the water to go below the tiles. Also the aquarium plumbing is custom made, our maintenance expert Matyi was doing all the preparations and the planning work for this project. We built a metallic stand below the aquarium for making room for the pump and the CO2 gear.

There’s a hole on one side, a little door from where you can access it. We will install the Oase pump there. Matyi is assembling the inflow and outflow tubing. He’s doing the plumbing for this aquarium. Those hoses will lead out from the aquarium, going through the Oase pump and then go back to the aquarium through an external diffuser. The thing with external diffusers is that we don’t like it really a lot. Why? Because… First, it can clog easily, so it’s very difficult to clean. It doesn’t have the efficiency of an external reactor. Which means that you’re gonna see bubbles in your aquarium and you’re gonna just waste CO2. So we like the external reactors better. But, we’re using the external CO2 diffuser, because we don’t really have enough space for the external reactor below this aquarium. You can see now, we’re filling the central filtration chamber with Seachem Matrix biological filter media. Which is one of the best filter medias on the market.

You can see how it looks under microscope here. We made these microscopic images ourselves We’re really proud of it! Testing all kinds of filter materials under microscope. We’re also installing the outflow lily pipes, which are not exactly lily pipes, they’re just normal plastic pipes, that will create a round flow in the aquarium. After we’re done introducing about 60 liters of Seachem Matrix, we’re covering the whole thing with fine filter mesh, or filter pad. Then we’re topping the whole thing with a regular sponge. Actually we’re not gonna have a regular skimmer on the top of this aquarium, because the whole central filtration chamber will act like an overflow chamber as well. So when the water will overflow through the intakes, they will skim the surface. So the regular gas exchange and the surface will be done properly by this.

We also wanted to avoid having any kind of technology visible in the aquarium, so this is why you can see that the whole thing is spotless. You cannot see anything, nothing will obstruct the view. Now all that remains is for us to decide, whether we’re gonna have some fire on the top, fireplace on the top, to compensate for the water, or we’re gonna have some bonsai tree. but that’s up to you guys, please vote underneath! Alright, thanks for watching guys, in the next episode we willl show you how we’re planting this aquarium, and how we fill it up with water.

Please subscribe to the Green Aqua YouTube channel, if you didn’t do so yet, or please hit the bell button, to get notified of our future uploads. Or, you can comment and tell us what you think of using a bonsai or using a fire on the top of this aquarium. Until next week, bye! .

Bonsai – Protecting bonsai trees from Vine Weevil bonsai killers by mikbonsai

Hello everyone today we are going to do something completely different that is to look at what causes most damage to bonsai trees the pests involved and how to eradicate them . Today I’m looking at Vine Weevils and particularly how to deal with them and eradicate them so that they don’t damage my bonsai trees Vine weevils cause a lot of damage there are two stages or three stages in its lifecycle the adult the eggs and then the grubs the adults attack and eat the leaves from autumn through the spring and from spring through to autumn is the grubs in the soil which are found very near to the roots. They eat the roots and the sign of Weevil attack is wilting leaves and dying of the tree and the best way to defend against Vine Weevil are various remedies available some chemical some organic and we are looking at an organic remedy and I am talking here of Nematodes, nematodes are microscopic creatures and there are hundreds of thousands of species apparently five out of every six animals are nematodes these microscopic organisms would enter into the stream of the Vine weevils through an opening such as mouth and then start to eat up Vine Weevils from inside and as they eat they breed and once the food source runs out they start to die.

This particular strain only attacks and feeds on Vine weevils and nothing else. it is quite safe to use so I’m told but I don’t take any chances and I am using kitchen washing up plastic gloves I have been treating my bonsai trees with Nematodes for quite some times and that takes care of the Vine Weevils and toda I’m going to show you the process is quite simple, I will show you the making of it and then how its applied but the detail I will leave out should you decide to do the same thing the instructions on the pack and you can buy these, you can google, google it and plenty of suppliers and the only drawback is once they are sold out they are sold out. They are living organisms they’ve got a shelf life. they have to be kept in the fridge refrigerated until they are used and they certainly must be used up before it says on the packet use before date The adult Vine Weevils are about nine millimeters long or 3/16 of an inch and our long black creatures with yellow dirty markings on the back.

The Vine Weevil grubs are C shaped they’re plump a little bit fat and are about ten millimeters long and 5/16 of an inch and they’re found near the roots, as they feed on the roots and you know what happens the sign that they’re at at it is the welting of the leaves and eventually the tree dying. I treat my bonsai trees with nematodes twice in the spring / summer and then twice in autumn/spring. That way it makes absolutely certain that there aren’t any off them hanging around as there are such a lot of trees, I have been very careful not to miss any pot and the process for applying is that the trees have be watered first, the solution made and that is a stock and from the stock is diluted further and that is the solution that is applied to each individual pot. I always buy two packets of nematodes at a time and they are kept in the fridge to keep the little microscopic nematodes alive until they are used.

That’s the time they are brought out of the fridge to make the stock mixture I’m going to get them I’ll be right back. This is what we grubs look like and they’re the ones that attacked the roots and I’ll locate an adult and also show you what the adult looks like, there we are, that’s what the adult looks like. These nematodes are microscopic organisms and not visible to the naked eye and here is a packet in which they arrived the internal inside of the packaging is sealed in plastic and they look like flour and when they are mixed in water, the water becomes a bit cloudy and I will move on to that phase now. there you are that’s how they’ll appear as a complete Mass, straight out of the pot and I’ve got to mix it up and I’m going to do that now with a wooden cooking spoon I’m going to continue with this until this blob is completely dissolved as you can see the water is turning white and then I’ll add another 10 liters to it, this is 20 liter watering can and that will be the stock The stock has been made and then half a litter to transferred into this can and topped up with a further 5 liters of water to dilute the stock and then it is transferred in to this little watering can and each tree is then individually treated there’s a trees I have got to treat so I’ll carry on with that.

The solution is then applied individually to each tree just like this just as watered into the soil and that basically is it and the process, the complete process is that the trees are watered before the treatment and the treatment you see me just apply and after this the trees will be watered again and that basically is all there is to the treatment. it’s taken about five hours to complete treating all the trees and the nematodes treatment is now complete and I hope that they are as happy as Larry munching away on those Vine weevils. that’s all for now until the next time.

This is Iqbal Khan for mikbonsai in west London And now the after thought. in a recent visit to a graveyard I came across tombstone which has an Inscription I told you I was sick you dig ! okay Beer time aaah… this is one of my favorite beers from Mexico. I first came across it when i crossed the border in Texas from Rio Grande to the other side and it was very hot just like today is 30 Celsius here, 31 Celsius here actually that’s hot for us, any plane’s gone so back to work O..

well another plane some more beer, don’t know if I’ll get any filming done at this rate it’s late afternoon and it’s still very, very hot and we here in the UK are just not used to this heat and it becomes very difficult to do anything, anyway I think the planes nearly gone so Cheers and back to work .

Nursery plant to Fuji Cherry Bonsai Tree; KOJO-NO-MAI make instant bonsai tree -Part 1 by mikbonsai

Hello everyone the second corn for neck bonsai I recently went to the local garden center and came across two Fuji cherries which are also known as cordial away and I’m going to make these into bonsai you I already have a few of these as bonsais and I like them as the flower and around April May and are beautiful there’s no foliage just flowers so I’m going to take it out of the pot and get started be interesting to see what’s down here start working on the ribs this is just garden centre compost I can see plenty of roots but need to have a closer look I also like to pull the tree out of fuse in at least one to two centimeters sometimes more if the there are decent surface roots which can be pulled up and exposed so this we don’t know yet but we’ll soon find out if it’s worthy of being pulled out if not believe it we just pull a little bit out but leave it as as it is I think we can pull a little bit out I can see there’s a bit more of the trunk below the soil level before the roots start all tidy up and we’ll catch up shortly I have managed to tidy up the roots and the top root is bending at an angle and that’s just that it must have been in a much shallower port than the part that it came out off and we’re trying to remove some of these really thick roots basically tangled up so I see what we can do and really are tailored up I think not one but divided into a number of taproots so trying to take them out let’s go inside now this is what color as you can see the roots are fused as somehow they’re not soft so much fuses they’ve just got so tangled up Dan supper yeah I’ve managed to separate them but they were really so it was like as if they were knit together very very tightly yeah baby yeah that’s basically what I’ve did right that was the main cap Rudin these other were the other the others were also coming out very very close together I just clean it up a little bit more to try and stand them stand the tree straight well it won’t stand off by itself it’s the root system isn’t wide enough to hold it up but at least of straighten the roots out and hopefully they’ll now grow radiant remove that pointing upwards and it’s ready to go into its new home bring the pot over of choosing this round blue apart and I’ve prepared it that much by removes the anchor wires and now have to get the soil in the pot and create a little mound on which to rest the tree and then ease it into into the pot and that’s as far as it’ll go and I’m going to use the wire to secure it Desktop do it gently firstly will really tighten it up afterwards well do the final of finishing of the title tightening the clay Chavez just to make sure the tree stands is able to stand in the pot can we continue putting more soil into the pot and cover up the roots and let’s get them into thee I haven’t cleaned the edges because I’ve taken off quite a lot at the bottom so it would take too much for two it dunst becomes a risk st if too much is taken off will the tree survive so has his first report we’ve taken off the worst of the roots and it now remains for the tree to get established in the pot and and the next report level points of sort things out as looking at the tree it’s not too bad there’s not branches which needs sorting there’s a bit of crisscross and I think I’ll probably wire it up as well as forcing the soil underneath using my finger for that purpose custard also straightens a tree up it is leaning too much in one direction before we tighten these wires right well now tighten these the wires naturally I cut off the excess wire and bury it same thing on this side drop down firstly I want to say a big thank you as we have hit the milestone in thousand subscribers and I want to say a big thank you to all of you out there who have subscribed and made this milestone possible and look forward to your continued support thank you very much from the bottom of my heart now the afterthought what do you call a judge with no thumbs justice fingers oh well there we go

Making $35,000 Bonsai Scissors

– When it comes to Japanese metal work, knives usually get all the glory. But in the city of Sakai, where blacksmithing goes back to the making of samurai swords in the 14th century, one craftsman has built a legacy on something a little different. Scissors to split paper, food, and, of course, Bonsai trees. This is Yasuhiro Hirakawa, who works under the brand Sasuke. – Hirakawa is a fifth generation scissor maker, and he has been doing it for half a century. He is the only traditional scissor craftsman left in all of Japan. – It takes Hirakawa a week or longer, working 10 hours a day, to make a pair of scissors- three to four times as long as making a knife; and that effort is reflected in the price. (hammering) – But what are you gonna do with scissors that expensive? To answer that, here’s Masakazu Yoshikawa, a craftsman of Bonsai.

(cheerful orchestral music) For a master like Yoshikawa, a key in crafting perfect Bonsai, is the perfect pair of scissors. (hammering) (snipping) (hammering) – And Yoshikawa still remembers his first pair of Sasuke scissors. (hammering) – But for Hirakawa, he’s only just gotten started. (hammering) .

बोन्साई कब और कैसे शुरू करे /How to Start Bonsai Tree /Bonsai Tips -28th May 2017/ Mammal Bonsai

Friends, if you have not yet subscribed to the Mammal Bonsai Channel Then subscribe to the channel by pressing this red button And press this bell button so that when I upload a new video, you get the message Hello Friends , I am Vijay saini & welcome to Mammal Bonsai Friends, I have so many questions that when we start bonsai Can we start bonsai now? So today we will talk about the issue that when and how to make bonsai We can not put Bonsai in a pot like ordinary plant They have to fix the roots, soil has to be reduced. If you have a monsoon here, then you can start bonsai The temperature here is above 40 degrees The temperature yesterday was almost 43 So here it is so hot that it is not ok to do any work on Bonsai They just have to save from heat.

In the coming rainy season we will start making bonsai Who are going to start making bonsai for the first time It is a good option for them to make bonsai in the rain. You can make a bonsai by bringing the plant from the nursery and how to make it that we will tell in the next video. They have an option that the air layering in the rain is very fast We can prepare with cutting and Get ready with a nursery If you have a thick stem plant near you, then you can make it bonsai. So it would be better to make bonsai in the rain like this To make bonsai in such heat, when we put the plant in the second pot, its roots can be damaged and the plant may die. Because the plants which are already engaged in the pot, they are having trouble from heat As I showed you in a video that I took my plant down to save it from heat So it is not right to make bonsai in such a summer We have to wait a bit as soon as rain arrives, we will start making bonsai I will show you how we can make a bonsai How to Make Bonsai from air layering ,cuttings,nursery stock Let me tell you a bit about the plant in front of it so that you have a little idea about how you can make Not everyone has the wire to make bonsai, so I will make some bonsai without wire This method is called Clip and Grow Method That is, you should cut his branches from upward and give shape of your choice.

So we can make bonsai like this This is a Hibiscus plant that we prepared from the air layering in the previous rainy season. I did not do it on a thick branch just to tell you how to do air layering Let me show you a small recap of it that How did we air it and how to put it in a pot and how to cut it So let’s see the recap So this plant looks like this today But this is not just bonsai yet, it is a Normal plant we have to give a bonsai shape, then what we have to do Whenever you bring only the plant, to make the bonsai, first it is to select its front Bonsai is kept in such a way that when we see it in front, it seems like a big tree is kept.

So the front part of that tree is called Bonsai’s Front So we have to find a front in the plant If you find a front you will be able to work well on it for make bonsai So now we have to find the front in this plant So i show you Look, if we keep it like this then its look is not good its side branches Do not see and If we keep it like this So its shape looks a bit like Bonsai Although its trunk is not thicker from the bottom As soon as its trunk is thick, it will look like Bonsai I have put it in this pot for thick trunk If your plant is small then put it in a big pot or put it in the ground. Will be thicker in the ground The point to note in Bonsai is that the base of Bonsai should be thick Because those are old trees have a thicker base The upper roots of plants are seen in Bonsai, which are called Nebri So we have to show that roots When Bonsai will apply in pot There is a lot of effect from the base of this After that, how are its branches and what is the structure of the entire plant? These things are seen All these things show your Bonsai good I show a little closer This branch is looking at I show a little closer See what we have to do It is from the branch which is below No new buds will be seen in between The buds you see are grow later Because I had cut it off here otherwise First there was no buds So it is necessary to have budds in Branch So we have to keep prune it forward so that it keeps growing from the back so We remove from the top branch look that i will remove this new growth If there are two branches in one place then remove one like this look at this branch , its down side so we will remove it when its trunk will thicker then we get good shape now its canopy is looking heavy So we’ll prune it a little bit mean we will remove new buds Plant balance should be maintained these little branch should be remove But I will not remove it now Because there are only two branches from here in our plant, we need one more branch when this branch grow well then tree looks good so i don’t remove it now We can do the remove of the branch later Therefore, remove the branch carefully Can remove the branch later, but can not repeat the defected branch remove dry and yellow leaves It’s a part of the back part so it does not look so good As much as this looks better than that side looks good from this side There is a lot of work to do right now, it’s just the beginning.

We have to remove the branch in front of it. We have to grow the branches of its side remove upperside buds Do not let the tree grow more than you have to keep This will be that the new buds will be there in the Branches where the blank place I have sorted it a little bit i will tell you in detail step by step when raining season will come i will also buy many plants for making bonsai and then i will make videos that how to make bonsai and how we can select plants for bonsai there all things we will discuss this is my jade plant i have grow it from cutting if you have little plant like this then you can make bonsai them now we will grow it when will its branch grow long then we will prune them no need to wiring this plant when this branch will grow two more branch also grow from sides so like this the plant get a bonsai shape these little buds you can see i will remove it later and plant as cutting So this time, in the rainy season, you should start making bonsai if you have any query or want to show your plant pic so you can send on my facebook page or you can send query in messenger you can search my facebook as MammalBonsai1 mammalbonsai is my page on fb and mammalbonsai1 is my facebook so you can send me msg In this season we will bring bonsai informative Videos so Stay with our channel you can watch my other bonsai basic videos till then weather become cool So that you get a little bit of information and you’re easy to make bonsai I will give the links to those videos in the end so you can watch that videos ok friends see you in the next video till then goodbye Thanks

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 Defoliation | Ficus Bonsai Defoliation | Bonsai Trees for Beginners //GREEN PLANTS

Welcome to my channel in this video i’m going to show you the bonsai defoliation this is a ficus bonsai tree cut the leaves using twig shear we can also use leaf cutter defoliation is one of the techniques mainly used to reduce the size of leaves and also stimulate growth and increase the number of leaves over time defoliation stimulates production of delicate new branchlets allowing twice the growth in a single growing season before defoliation ,be sure the tree is healthy If the tree is unhealthy to begin with, defoliating can kill it using the tools and methods for defoliation leaves and buds may sometimes be pinched off with the fingers but it is best to have a good pair of sharp pruning scissors keep shears clean by wiping them with antiseptic after complete defoliation, place the bonsai in partial sun and pour less water after defoliation because there are no leaves to nourish do not attempt to defoliate during the dormant seasons of spring and winter in summer trees are actively growing leaves after two weeks new buds will begin to appear after three weeks after five to six weeks in this time we can give enough water and nutrients to the bonsai tree thanks for watching

How To Grow Bonsai Trees From Seed – Subtitles Available

Hello, my name is Vinny and today’s story is about how this tiny seed changed into a bonsai tree in just 2 years. this tree is known as white lead tree in English and in India it is called as Su-babul in Hindi. it is an extremely fast growing tree and in many countries it is banned because it is considered as a weed. this tree was born in the pot, in pure garden soil and has survived the peak of my ignorance because I got started in bonsai at that time, around 2 years back. so let me show you some close-ups first and then I’ll tell you more about this this tree was almost 8 feet tall when i first cut it off, so it was chopped off at this height and now the wound has kind of healed nicely I have never wired this tree. I have always pruned it and kept it short and instead of wiring, what I have done actually is preferring to keep these branches downward facing, using twine and this twine has hooks like this, so these metal hooks, they pull the branch down and are inserted or pushed into one of the side holes.

So depending on how much tension I want, I can keep varying the position of the holes. so I kind of like it, the way it has come out now. of course, I will need to do some wiring also but for the time being the main branches are all held down in position with this. i somehow … personally, i don’t like wiring much. I have seen what good it can do but I have a slight aversion to it and besides, good quality wire, Aluminium wire is expensive. so there is a shortage of wire in my collection. so wherever I can get away with this kind of technique I do that but where wire is absolutely essential I do get into that. so this is mainly clip & grow technique and in one of the videos I saw Nigel Saunder’s of the Bonsai Zone explained that most of the amateur people what they’re doing is clip and clip. they are not allowing the plant to grow.

so this was a mistake which I was doing and I then corrected myself. so I clip and let it grow, then again clip, again let it grow because having read the styling techniques I was saying okay this branch is wrong or there are two at the same point and I would immediately go and prune it. so, as a result what happens is the plant is never allowed to grow, it’s always fighting this pruning disease. you have got to let the plant grow wild then clip, again let it grow wild then clip again. so that’s how it’s supposed to go. i was very naive. in part 2 of this video I’ll be covering the following things – .