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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 – 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