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How to make bonsai tree Bonsai Styles for beginners

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Bonsai Making for Beginners discusses Bonsai Styles or how Bonsai are essentially classified. Part of the Bonsai Trees for Beginners Series, this video show you how to classify Bonsai by Bonsai Styles, which are an aid to quickly identifying bonsai based on how a bonsai tree may be found growing in the wild. It will Discuss Formal Upright, Informal Upright, Root On Rock Bonsai, Bonsai Forests and many other styles. Mark D'Cruz, Ma-Ke Bonsai
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SUMANTA BARAL (1 day ago)
Grate information...thank you
Nikko Martin (19 days ago)
Is the other bonsainthat u show are dead?
Susanta Swain (4 months ago)
Nice video Sir... information are very helpful.. love from India.
Mung Ngomanh (4 months ago)
Hay quá
Jon Axel (7 months ago)
another waste of time
rex (10 months ago)
Please name the tree Informal upright and Semi-cascade bonsai.
Suraj Sen (10 months ago)
Witch plant bonsay
chatoescobedo (10 months ago)
Amazing! Some one can tell me what kind of fertilizer can i use... I dont know if can i use those fertilizers from lowes or Wal-Mart thats all i have in this town
Liddy (10 months ago)
doe anyone know the type of bonsai that is the serpent shape? I have recently received one that looks just like it but im finding it hard to ID
Ma-Ke Bonsai (10 months ago)
The one in the Video is a Chinese Elm. If you send me photos of your bonsai close-up of leaves and stem I may be able to identify it for you.
Madalin Madalin (1 year ago)
Hello @Ma-ke Bonsai! What species is at 1:52 , exposed root? Thanks!
Great video! Thank you sor sharing! What is the name of the species of the "root over rock" bonsai in this video (1'16'')?
Ma-Ke Bonsai (1 year ago)
It is a Chinese Juniper, the Bonsai that is featured in my Logo... :)
phu nguyen (1 year ago)
thật tuyệt vời
Ma-Ke Bonsai (1 year ago)
cảm ơn bạn
youcantjusthang (1 year ago)
My bonsai's leaves have gone very dry and keep falling off. It is growing new leaves and they are very green, but there isn't many. How can I save the leaves, or should they fall off?
MrSardine23 (1 year ago)
Yeah thanks,like i needed more tabs open on my phones browser.
Demetrius Meriwether (1 year ago)
What's the best soul to use for them whe your soul gets mold build up on to of the soul
Ma-Ke Bonsai (1 year ago)
I don't think they sell them at Walmart, maybe a more specialist garden centre or bonsai centre.
Demetrius Meriwether (1 year ago)
Okay I seen little bugs in mines bugs haven't seen them anymore but i need to get some from Walmart do they sell that kind of soil you mentioned to me there or is there another option on soil if they don't have it there
Ma-Ke Bonsai (1 year ago)
Demetrius some fungus are good for the bonsai. But to ensure that you have good growth conditions for the bonsai use a well drained airy soil, something with a granular structure.
Demetrius Meriwether (1 year ago)
My aunts bonsai is flaking off stems what can I do to save it
fatima abbas (1 year ago)
Ma-Ke Bonsai please make video how to plant flowers in potq
Ma-Ke Bonsai (1 year ago)
Send me photos and I may be able to advise! My email is in the about section above.
john abruzzi (2 years ago)
can i use potting mix for bonsai tree?
john abruzzi (2 years ago)
Ma-Ke Bonsai (2 years ago)
I suggest you use a granular mix. Most composts are not and will deteriorate too soon. I did a little video on bonsai soils. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ncdj0Y4EVVo
Peng the Hero ? (2 years ago)
What style would a Juniper tree look good in?
Ma-Ke Bonsai (1 year ago)
Junipers are very versatile bonsai and many styles suite them, but in general it the individual specimen that will tell you the most suitable style for it. Look for what you feel the tree is trying to tell you, don't worry too much about making a bonsai fit a style, that will evolve over the years.
Peng the Hero ? (2 years ago)
Its a Japanese Juniper
Michael Taddeo (2 years ago)
What are those vines growing on the bondai trees called?
E. Lau (2 years ago)
I think they're wires
Life Outdoors (2 years ago)
Awesome video! take a look at our channel and let us know what you think of our trees we would appreciate it!
Life Outdoors (2 years ago)
+Ma-Ke Bonsai thank you for the tip! It seems my Schefflera is possibly dropping aerial roots soon so that would be a cool addition.
Ma-Ke Bonsai (2 years ago)
Nice Bonsai you have. One suggestion is to let them develop a fullness of leaves. Then you will find you enjoy them even more and they will mature as bonsai really fast after that.
xXShizukaKunXx (2 years ago)
It makes me cry when the tree is so small and beautiful...
Jon Axel (7 months ago)
because you're a moron
Ma-Ke Bonsai (2 years ago)
Glad you like the video and bonsai. Do subscribe as we add a video everyweek.
Thomas Czernik (2 years ago)
thank you sir, this really a great video that has got me interesting into bonsai.
Ma-Ke Bonsai (2 years ago)
+Thomas Czernik Welcome to the world of Bonsai I'm sure you will find it a rewarding and enjoyable pastime.
Michelle Pye (2 years ago)
Soo pleased with my new purchase, hope it helps me to relax and throwaway my cares. Happy pruning 😉xx
Goku21 AkAcp (20 days ago)
You will need a garden for stress. I have about 10 bonzie trees all rare succulents from south Africa. Best way to let stress flow out.
amit sharma (2 years ago)
Thank you sir for sharing. Can you please teach us by a video to how we can grow moss in bonsai pots :)
Ma-Ke Bonsai (1 year ago)
Check out this video it will help... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1mJCbiGcfk
Chico P. (2 years ago)
serpent /s style is the most popular everywhere you go
Ma-Ke Bonsai (2 years ago)
+Chico P. Yes Chico, millions of Bonsai are exported by China worldwide every year and 99.9 % are S-Shaped :)
Ma-Ke Bonsai (2 years ago)
+Chico P. Yes Chico, millions of Bonsai are exported from China every year and 99.9 % are S-Shaped :)
EagerBeaver2218 (3 years ago)
Wow who knew you could grow a tree in so many ways
Ma-Ke Bonsai (3 years ago)
+EagerBeaver2218 Well nature is even more wondrous and row trees in an infinite number of "styles" and situations... :)
Carving Bonsai (3 years ago)
belas plantas, ótima terapia.. parabéns Tonny Fênix
Ma-Ke Bonsai (3 years ago)
+Carving Bonsai Obrigado Tonny, sim Bonsai são muito terapêutico e relaxante, ajudar a espalhar a alegria de partes bonsai e vídeos como Mark ...
Spookycat Sims (3 years ago)
I also bought a second bonsai and it's a pine tree styled version looking one any idea on what it might be?
Spookycat Sims (3 years ago)
Sent the e0mail out to you the subject is  "The two bonsai's the new one plus the old one with the issue "
Spookycat Sims (3 years ago)
Sure thing
Ma-Ke Bonsai (3 years ago)
+CupcakeFlowersims Pandasimcake Hmmm... not enough info, possible a Podocarpus check out my guide to it... Better still send me a photo and I can help identify it.. Email me a photo at [email protected] http://guide.makebonsai.com/bonsai_species_guide_training.asp?SpeciesID=5097&name=Podocarpus_macrophyllus
Jill Barker (3 years ago)
Very informative, thank you.
Ma-Ke Bonsai (3 years ago)
+Jill Barker Thankyou Jill. Dont forget to Subscribe and Share the Video I add a new video every week in bid to get Bonsai to a larger audience as I feel is very rewarding and satisfying. :)
Zygarde Eureka (3 years ago)
beautiful trees
Gio Garcia (3 years ago)
wow beautiful trees. thank you for sharing
Ma-Ke Bonsai (3 years ago)
+Gio Garcia Thank you Gio glad you enjoyed it.
Matt (3 years ago)
Great new video Mark!
Matt (3 years ago)
+Matt Update:it looks to be actually a white powdery fungi that comes off when I scrape the top of the leaves with my finger. I'm going to use a mild fungicide after i remove as much as i can from the foliage with my hands. Also i feel like misting should completely stop for a while, the humidity tray will do its job. How does this treatment sound?
Matt (3 years ago)
Wonderful thanks I'll try a fungacide and some soap/water solution to see if it clears up!
Ma-Ke Bonsai (3 years ago)
+Matt No convinced it is black spot, more likely so other variety of fungus though, spray with a systemic fungicide and pesticide, though the Fuiken does not like a lot of pesticides, so try on a remote spot of the Bonsai first before applying to the other parts of the bonsai that are infected. I normally just use a Soap and Oil solution to kill most pests.
Matt (3 years ago)
+Ma-Ke Bonsai Okay I'm gonna hijack this post for my own personal inquiry now haha. I have a 6 year old Fukien tea tree Bonsai and I've noticed that I have black spotting on small amounts of the foliage. It is causing most of the spotted leaves to dry up, crisp, and fall off. Is this a fungal infection known as "black spot"? Or maybe something else? Some info on this tree, it is indoor only kept in a north-western facing window with lots of indirect lighting and gets watered every 3 days on average. Mist occasionally in the afternoon, and a humidity tray always. I use a balanced fertilizer, and my growth is good right now, I'm starting to see a lot of buds/shoots for the spring season coming soon. California is the location of my residence by the way. Any information regarding this would be quite useful, I'd hate to lose one of my most favorite trees. If any more info is needed let me know!
Ma-Ke Bonsai (3 years ago)
+Matt Thank you Matt... more in the pipeline :)

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