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Sometimes, the smallest things take up the most room in your heart. ...

Sometimes, the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.

 

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Gosh that is lovely .

Can tell many stories

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Take a look at Dillion's latest creation! It's a beauty! ...

Take a look at Dillions latest creation! Its a beauty!

 

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Really stunning Dill. 😍

Awesome Dillion! It is stunning!

Awesome work Dill. So proud of you!

Brilliant will come personally on Saturday awesome service👍👍👍

Coming this weekend to see

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When choosing a pot for your bonsai tree, one of the factors in guiding your choice should be the gender of the tree. You must decide whether your plant is masculine or feminine. Feminine attributes are curves, grace, smooth bark and few branches. Masculine traits are strength, old bark, deadwood, thick trunk and dense branches. Choosing a pot that aligns with this is important. ...

When choosing a pot for your bonsai tree, one of the factors in guiding your choice should be the gender of the tree.  You must decide whether your plant is masculine or feminine.  Feminine attributes are curves, grace, smooth bark and  few branches. Masculine traits are strength, old bark, deadwood, thick trunk and dense branches.  Choosing a pot that aligns with this is important.

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Since bonsai trees grow in small pots, they cannot spread their roots to gather all nutrients required. You'll need to provide the essential nutrients for proper growth and health of plant by adding fertiliser. Chat to us if you need advice. ...

Since bonsai trees grow in small pots, they cannot spread their roots to gather all nutrients required. Youll need to provide the essential nutrients for proper growth and health of plant by adding fertiliser.  Chat to us if you need advice.

 

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What is the best fertilizer to use... Please inform.

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The practice of bonsai development incorporates a number of techniques either unique to bonsai or, if used in other forms of cultivation, applied in unusual ways that are particularly suitable to the bonsai domain. These techniques include:

Leaf trimming: the selective removal of leaves (for most varieties of deciduous tree) or needles (for coniferous trees and some others) from a bonsai’s trunk and branches.
Pruning: the trunk, branches, and roots of the candidate tree.
Wiring: branches and trunks allows the bonsai designer to create the desired general form and make detailed branch and leaf placements.
Clamping: using mechanical devices for shaping trunks and branches.
Grafting: new growing material (typically a bud, branch, or root) into a prepared area on the trunk or under the bark of the tree.
Defoliation: which can provide short-term dwarfing of foliage for certain deciduous species.
Deadwood bonsai techniques: such as jin and shari simulate age and maturity in a bonsai.
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The practice of bonsai development incorporates a number of techniques either unique to bonsai or, if used in other forms of cultivation, applied in unusual ways that are particularly suitable to the bonsai domain. These techniques include:

Leaf trimming:  the selective removal of leaves (for most varieties of deciduous tree) or needles (for coniferous trees and some others) from a bonsai’s trunk and branches.
Pruning: the trunk, branches, and roots of the candidate tree.
Wiring: branches and trunks allows the bonsai designer to create the desired general form and make detailed branch and leaf placements.
Clamping: using mechanical devices for shaping trunks and branches.
Grafting: new growing material (typically a bud, branch, or root) into a prepared area on the trunk or under the bark of the tree.
Defoliation: which can provide short-term dwarfing of foliage for certain deciduous species.
Deadwood bonsai techniques: such as jin and shari simulate age and maturity in a bonsai.