Bonsai Instructions

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Bonsai Instructions

Hello and thank you for visiting my “Bonsai Instructions” information article.The Bonsai Tree is so beautiful and the relationship that people have formed with them for centuries has always been amazing to me.

Complete Bonsai Instructions

By taking care of our own Bonsai Tree and giving it all the focus and attention that is required to make it beautiful and healthy somehow causes us to care deeply for these small tree’s.

And for beginners, knowing HOW to properly take care of their first Bonsai Tree is very critical for the overall enjoyment and the experience in itself.If you havent yet picked out the Bonsai Tree yet, and you have yet to do so, there is some easu research you can perform in order to find out what one would be best for you and your lifestyle.

Different Types of Bonsai

Like, for instance, if you so not have a whole lot of time to take care of your Bonsai Tree, you might want to select one that does not need alot of attention -and can go long times without being pruned.

Like the “Bonsai Tree Air Plant” – it does not even need soil! You can leave it for days with no trouble!bonsai instructions and tree types

Or if you really want a tree that will grow big and green -and therefore provide you with plenty of trimming and caring to do. Then you might want to select a more traditional Bonsai- like the Flowering Serissa Bonsai.

With the Serissa you get to prune it and water it and be a much bigger part of the Bonsai’s life. There are even pretty white flowers too.

And that is something that alot of people -Bonsai Owners – really want out of there Bonsai Tree. Not only does it look great, with bright, healthy leaves , or those wonderful shapes that come with the Juniper Bonsai Tree.

The Juniper Bonsai is the same Bonsai that was made popular by the “Karate Kid” movie – but its the wonderful curves and branches that really have made it popular.

KNOW Your Bonsai Tree

And its not JUST the type of care you are willing to give your tree’s that you need to know either -some climates will not suit many kinds of Bonsai’s. So knowing how your climate will effect certain Bonsai Tree’s can be a huge help in knowing what type of tree you can select.

And there are many other things that you should try to find out as well. But with so many different types of bonsai tree’s, its really quite tough to list all the different plants and options that need to be known.

I would recommend takign a look at the “Bonsai Instructions” site. There are some really great tips and info about the “Bonsai Secrets” guide for those that want to do some serious research:

Storage Shed Plans with Porch – Build a Garden Storage Shed with Porch

Without a doubt a really useful addition to your garden is a garden storage shed and by adding a porch you can really make an attractive feature of it. My wife and I recently moved into a new house that had a medium sized garden. I wanted a shed to store my gardening equipment and decided to build my own from plan.

While deciding on the design my wife, a keen amateur gardener, said that she would also like it to double as a potting shed and whilst doing a search online we came across a good set of plans that included a porch.

Before building or buying anything it is important to check that your garden storage shed plans conforms to local building codes and if applicable you may need to consult with the tenants association. By having a good set of plans you can easily demonstrate to these interested parties what it is that you wish to achieve.

Your set of plans will enable you to order everything needed in one shopping trip instead of buying piecemeal. In my case I opted to have all my timber cut to size at the timber yard which in effect gave me a ready to go shed building kit.

Before putting everything together I had to decide on the foundation. As the shed was to be used for storage I decided on a hardcore base which was spread on a heavy polythene mat to stop rising damp. I laid five weather treated beams on top of the polythene and spread the hardcore between them leaving the beams 3 inches above ground level to support the shed and allow it to ‘breathe’.

With a little help from a good neighbour our storage shed complete with porch was built in just one weekend ready for the wife to paint during the week.

By adding a porch to our storage shed we have a potting shed workshop that is not an eyesore in the garden but actually an asset to our property. We are extremely pleased with the result, I have room to store the lawnmower, garden tools etc and I have fitted a workbench for the wife to do her magic with her flowers. On hot days she likes to work outside in the shade of the porch which now boasts two DIY rustic chairs – and I got those from the plans too!