How to make a bonsai tree:
In this video I am going to show you that how to make a bonsai step by step,it is a beginners tutorial on how to make a bonsai tree at home.The bonsai making process has RTB(Root,Trunk,Branch)formula.I am Ayan from Bonsai Tricks and a Lot More.Please Like,Comment,Share and don't forget to subscribe my channel.Learn how to make a Bonsai tree from a Bonsai starter kit with this movie. For more information, see:
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In this movie the tree steps of growing a Bonsai are explained; cultivation, training and care. Though Bonsai is a centuries-old form of art, getting started with this fascinating hobby is not at all that difficult! The tree in this movie is a Ixora which is as good as Chamaecyparis plumosa.
Bonsai (盆栽, "tray planting" About this sound pronunciation (help·info)) is a Japanese art form using trees grown in containers. Similar practices exist in other cultures, including the Chinese tradition of penzai or penjing from which the art originated, and the miniature living landscapes of Vietnamese hòn non bộ. The Japanese tradition dates back over a thousand years.
"Bonsai" is a Japanese pronunciation of the earlier Chinese term penzai. The word bonsai is often used in English as an umbrella term for all miniature trees in containers or pots.
The purposes of bonsai are primarily contemplation for the viewer, and the pleasant exercise of effort and ingenuity for the grower. By contrast with other plant cultivation practices, bonsai is not intended for production of food or for medicine. Instead, bonsai practice focuses on long-term cultivation and shaping of one or more small trees growing in a container.
A bonsai is created beginning with a specimen of source material. This may be a cutting, seedling, or small tree of a species suitable for bonsai development. Bonsai can be created from nearly any perennial woody-stemmed tree or shrub species that produces true branches and can be cultivated to remain small through pot confinement with crown and root pruning. Some species are popular as bonsai material because they have characteristics, such as small leaves or needles, that make them appropriate for the compact visual scope of bonsai.
The source specimen is shaped to be relatively small and to meet the aesthetic standards of bonsai. When the candidate bonsai nears its planned final size it is planted in a display pot, usually one designed for bonsai display in one of a few accepted shapes and proportions. From that point forward, its growth is restricted by the pot environment. Throughout the year, the bonsai is shaped to limit growth, redistribute foliar vigor to areas requiring further development, and meet the artist's detailed design.
The practice of bonsai is sometimes confused with dwarfing, but dwarfing generally refers to research, discovery, or creation of plant cultivars that are permanent, genetic miniatures of existing species. Bonsai does not require genetically dwarfed trees, but rather depends on growing small trees from regular stock and seeds. Bonsai uses cultivation techniques like pruning, root reduction, potting, defoliation, and grafting to produce small trees that mimic the shape and style of mature, full-size trees.
Check https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonsai for more.
In this video I have used Kapok tree.
Ceiba pentandra is a tropical tree of the order Malvales and the family Malvaceae (previously separated in the family Bombacaceae), native to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, northern South America, and (as the variety C. pentandra var. guineensis) to tropical west Africa. A somewhat smaller variety is found throughout southern Asia and the East Indies. Kapok is the most used common name for the tree and may also refer to the cotton-like fluff obtained from its seed pods. The tree is cultivated for the seed fibre, particularly in south-east Asia, and is also known as the Java cotton, Java kapok, silk-cotton, Samauma, or ceiba. Visit https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ceiba_pentandra for more.
Hi Ayan, I like the multiple moss types and the rocks you placed around the tree. 👍 I hope you do realize that the tree would grow faster in a deeper pot or ground. Maybe even pot it in a perforated milk crate. In my opinion, the tree needs to have basic branch structure before entering a bonsai pot. Bonsai pots slow down growth and are not meant to grow trees in. Yes, i am aware of even professionals doing everything in a bonsai pot but they must be very patient for the finished result :-) Many bonsai nurseries move their trees from pot to ground and back to grow pot before entering a bonsai pot. Watch this link below where the grow pots and bonsai pots are discussed :
Thanks for suggestions.I was thinking to use your hybridponics method on this plant.I will keep a large bucket full full of water under the pot.Thanks Dada for for your suggestions.Dont ever hesitate to give me suggestions. And I am using your air pruning method on many of my plants.
Very good video. Can you help me? I want to grow moss on a wooden plank made of pine. I am having trouble because it always dries out too quickly. I try to mist it with water as much but not successful. Thanks
You can keep a dish of water underneath the wooden plank or near the plank and add some thread made of cotton,from dish of water to moss.That will going to keep the moss moist.Or you can make a mini greenhouse. I will soon upload a video on greenhouse making.
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