Garden. Published at Monday, June 17th 2019, 00:47:17 AM by Michael.
Garden bonsai is one ofthe characteristic of Japanese garden style. Bonsai is a Japanese art that ismade resemble with the original tress, but it is made in small size. Bonsaiwill give you traditional look and also natural look of garden. Japanese gardenstyle indeed famous with the unique garden decoration, of the unique elementsitself is bonsai. Besides of greenery element in the garden, bonsai also can bethe ornament or accent of your garden. The price of bonsai is relativelyexpensive because the way of making is complicated and it needs precision inmaking.
Decorating JapaneseGarden Bonsai Style
To decorate Japanese garden, one of element that you have toset is tree. Decorating Japanese garden will be more complete with bonsai. Youcan put bonsai over the natural garden to show the greenery and natural look.Bonsai is usually placed near the pool or near the garden bride. Since bonsaihas small size, bonsai is usually placed in higher area. Bonsai can also beplaced on top the top of rocks. To decorate the garden with bonsai, you do notneed to plant it in the ground, just put it in the pot that is alreadyavailable. Kind of Japanese bonsai that is most used is pine tress
How to MaintainBonsai Trees
If you have bonsai, there are some steps you have to do to maintain this decorated tree. Watering bonsai is conducted with the tress’ need. in the dry season, bonsai is better to watering in the morning and evening with clean water. Fertilization is also done with the right dose according to the role; fertilization process is done at least once a month. You also need to do weed the bonsai every day to remove the wild plants which interferes the bonsai. The last, you have to pruning the bonsai at least twice a month on the leaf and branch.
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