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How to make bonsai Terrarium

bonsai terrarium.

Could be a bonsai tree Terrarium plants? Before we answer that, let’s discuss what terrarium and what types of plants that we can make a terrarium, whether we can make the bonsai tree plant terrarium

Terrarium that is planting small plants (such as seeds) in a glass container which is arranged in such a way as to resemble a small garden. Art plant in a glass container, usually has a theme, as well as gardens real around us the difference is only in size. Therefore terrarium can be said to be an art because that has a theme, planting patterns and beauty. Themes can tell terrarium tropical garden with a variety of lush plants, other than according to the number of plants, type of terrarium distinguished by an open or closed container that is used. Open container is very common and widely used in the manufacture of terrarium because the theme options may vary.

 

While a closed terrarium just focuses on plants that can withstand that have habitat or in high humidity such as mosses and ferns. Plant ferns consisting of ferns and humid environment, or a desert garden with plants like cacti and Haworthia Xerophyte.

 

Besides the theme terrarium can be a specific location or place as a Japanese theme with additional accessory bridge, bamboo and small lakes, parks Bali uses stone arches and decorative umbrellas or beach park contains mini Chamaedorea palms and coconut imitation.

 

Terrarium types based on the number of plants that can be divided into 2 single terrarium / single which only consists of one plant and terrarium community / group with many plants in one container. Conceivably single type is quite simple and more easy to make than the type of community, but its beauty certainly no more attractive type of community.

 

Terrarium planted in a single drinking glasses are uniquely shaped like a footed glass or glass with a bumpy lip. A Single terrarium appeal can not be separated from the container and slightly ornate beauty of colored gravel covering cropping media. Instead, the beauty of the community terrarium depends on the compatibility of the arrangement of each element of the theme park to be created.

 

So all the small plants can be used as a terrarium including bonsai trees.

 

 

Weeping cherry tree care

Weeping cherry tree care

Weeping cherry tree care
Weeping cherry tree care

Cherry tree is heavily favored in Japan and is called sakura flowers. In early spring, when the cherry blossoms bloom, people picnic in the gardens overgrown tree. Australian cherry ripe usually around Christmas time, whereas in the United States and southern Europe in June. Besides flowers and cherries also be decorated dish food or drink. Cherries contain anthocyanins, the red pigment that is good for health because it is an antioxidant. In addition, regular consumption of cherries every day can lower the amount of uric acid levels in the body.

If you are considering planting weeping cherries in the landscape, it helps to become familiar with weeping cherry growing tips. Weeping cherries grow and bloom best in full sun, but they tolerate light shade.

Weeping cherry flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds, so avoid the use of insecticides while the flowers are in bloom.

1

Spread a balanced, acidic fertilizer starting 6 inches away from the weeping cherry tree trunk. Broadcast the fertilizer to just beyond the drip line in spring, when buds form.

2

Water the tree — up to 84 gallons of water — once per week during dry periods. While weeping cherry trees don’t perform well in wet conditions, they need water to grow and bloom properly, especially in sandy soils.

3

Prune the weeping cherry right after it flowers in the spring. Remove water sprouts, or limbs that grow upright, and any dead limbs. Trim any branches that touch the ground. Make cuts at a 45 degree angle, about one-quarter inch away from buds. Thin out branches that rub against one another.

4

Remove any suckers that grow up around the base of the tree. Cut them off at ground level with pruning shears.

5

Check for insect infestation, as scales, borers, aphids and spider mites all pose problems for weeping cherry trees. Hand remove any insects and egg sacks. Remove insect damaged wood. Treat the tree with horticultural oil or insecticidal soap following the package directions.

Weeping cherry tree care
Weeping cherry tree care

6

Lay a 3- to 4-inch layer of wood mulch around the tree. Start the mulch about 6 inches away from the base and spread it to a 3-foot diameter around the tree. This suppresses weed growth, maintains moisture and temperature levels in the soil and adds nutrients as it breaks down.

7

Look for signs of disease, including yellowing and browning leaves, rotted areas and dying limbs. Look for signs of canker, mildew and rot. Cut any diseased branches from the tree and dispose of them. Treat the tree with fungicide, such as horticultural oil, as a preventative using the package directions as a guide.

Types of Junipers Trees

Fact Types of Junipers Trees

 

 

Types of Junipers Trees are coniferous plants in the genus Juniperus Cupressaceae cypress family. Depending on taxonomic viewpoint, there are about 50-67 species of juniper, widely distributed throughout the northern hemisphere, from the Arctic, south to tropical Africa in the Old World, and to the mountains of Central America.

Types of Junipers Trees

Juniper vary in size and shape from tall trees, 20 to 40 m, to columnar or low-growing shrub with long trailing branches. They are green with needle-like leaves. They can be either monoecious or dioecious. Female seed cones are very distinctive, with fleshy, fruit-like scale merger, which fuse together to form & quot; berry & quot; -like structures, 4-27 mm, with 1 to 12 unwinged, hard-shelled seeds. In some of these species & quot; berries & quot; red-brown or orange, but in most they are blue; they are often aromatic and can be used as a spice. Seed maturation time varies between species from 6 to 18 months after pollination. Male cones are similar to those of other Cupressaceae, with 6 to 20 scale; most shed their pollen in early spring, but some species pollinate in the fall.

 

  1. Juniper berry is a spice used in a wide variety of culinary dishes and is famous for the main flavoring in gin (and responsible on behalf of gin, which is short for the Dutch word for juniper, Guinevere). Juniper berries are also used as main ingredients in the liquor Jenever and sahti-style beer. Juniper berry sauce is often a popular choice for flavoring quail, partridge, veal, rabbit, deer and other meat dishes.

 

  1. Juniper. Chinensis (Chinese Juniper) from East Asia, which is widely used in landscaping and horticulture, and as one of the most popular species for use in bonsai. It is also a symbol of longevity, strength, athleticism, and fertility.

 

Some junipers are susceptible to rust disease Gymnosporangium, and could be a serious problem for people planting apple trees, alternate host disease.

 

  1. Juniperus virginiana, & quot; red cedar & quot; which is used widely in cedar drawers. True cedars are those tree species in the genus Cedrus, family Pinaceae.

 

  1. In Morocco, tar (gitran) from juniper tree (Juniperus phoenicea) is applied in a dotted pattern on bisque drinking cups. Gitran make water more fragrant and is said to be good for the teeth.

American Indians have used juniper to treat diabetes; The treatment by the Navajo, for example, is under clinical study. Clinical studies have shown that treatment with juniper may inhibit the development of streptozotocin diabetes in mice. Native Americans also used juniper berries as a female contraceptive. The 17th century physician Nicholas Culpeper recommended herbal fruit ripe for conditions such as asthma and sciatica, as well as to speed up the delivery.

 

Juniper berries are steam distilled to produce essential oils which may vary from colorless to yellow or pale green. Several chemical components that alpha pinene, cadinene, camphene and terpineol.

 

Cascade Bonsai

CASCADE BONSAI

Cascade Bonsai 2Choosing a tree to turn into a Bonsai is not an easy task. It’s especially difficult if you want to grow something like a cascading style of tree. Can you use the pine tree as a cascading tree? Can you create a cascade bonsai.

I have traditionally always thought of the pine tree as being too upright for this artistic and crazy style of Bonsai. However, my experience of pine always has been of the dull variety that is grown in plantations and they have to be very straight up and down!

You can use pine as a cascade bonsai. One of the most preferred ones is the Japanese Black Pine. This tree is idolized above many for its ability to create beautiful bonsai trees of many styles, from informal upright to cascading and others as well.

So, the Japanese Black Pine will work well as a cascade bonsai. You can also try the Japanese White Pine, a Mountain Pine and Scotch pine for your cascade bonsai requirements.

Personally I like the more Asian style of trees for this type of bonsai style. The more twisted that the tree can become, the better I think. Before making such a tree, have a good look on the internet and out in the real world for inspiration for your cascade bonsai. I believe that once you know the image of the tree that you are looking for and wanting to create, you’ll know if a particular type of tree will be any good.Cascade Bonsai 5

The only real thing to watch out for when growing this type of bonsai is that you should only never use trees that really don’t like to be bent. If you search for a variety of tree and you cannot see it in a ‘non-upright’ variety in any pictures (or there are more than 50% of the pictures as uprights) then you might want to look for a different variety.

Also, chances are that the nursery that you visit for your tree will know just what the end result of the tree would be if it just grew naturally and will be able to help you to decide if the tree you are purchasing will be any good as a cascade bonsai.

Feel free to go for a cascade bonsai. While perhaps the ‘Western’ varieties I might not go at the first go, you might well work just fine with a pine. Remember, the skill is with you – not necessarily how good the tree is at a particular style.Cascade Bonsai 4

Artificial Bonsai

How to make Artificial Bonsai Trees?

 

 

The art of bonsai was can be traced all the way back to ancient China, but the practice was adapted and made famous by the Japanese. Did you know that bonsai trees are not actually mini trees? They grow from the same seeds as full-size trees but are cultivated to stay small, and grow within the confines of a planter. Bonsai is a novelty in the western world, which is one of the reasons they are such popular decor.

Artificial Bonsai
Artificial Bonsai

The majority of artificial bonsai trees is small enough for display on a table, desk, shelf or bookcase. Our artificial indoor Bonsai trees range from 8.5 inches to six feet tall, however, there are more options from which to choose if you prefer a larger display. Perhaps you’d like to add a large artificial bonsai tree to the front hall? It’s the perfect way to set a calm tone in your home the moment you walk through the door. You’ll find countless places to use the smaller Bonsai versions, too. Look around for small spaces that need filling.

Bonsai is a tree that is old, but it cannot grow tall so very unique and expensive. Nevertheless, with our creativity, we can create artificial bonsai inside of fast- and cheap.

For materials create artificial bonsai => large tree branches, ironing board, dry leaves, sand, rocks, and paint finishing.

Tools => saws, cutters, sandpaper, brushes, glue and trowel.

Artificial Bonsai

 

How to make?

  1. prepare the necessary tools and materials, then, make the design of a bonsai tree branch with harness
  2. sawing tree branches with caution in order to become a branch structure that arrangement beautiful and natural. After that, do the sanding surface of the trunk / branches of trees
  3. create bonsai tools with attaching a board with 15×15 cm with a way glued / nailed at the base of the stem / branch
  4. The planting bonsai in a pot with the provision of sand and cement mortar and small rocks
  5. The installation of a natural leaf which has been preserved with glue on the position that the beautiful and natural
  6. The surface paint sticks / twigs evenly.