Bonsai Wiring

Please read the posts of using raffia and directional trimming before purchasing bonsai wire for your plants.

  • Japanese Black Pine Seedlings

    See the post on our Bonsai Blog: http://blog.dallasbonsai.com/spring-air/ Continue reading The post Japanese Black Pine Seedlings appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]

  • Pistachio Bonsai Winter Pruning and Wiring Ma-Ke Bonsai

    Pistachio Bonsai Winter Pruning and Wiring is a relatively tedious, the one in the video is a Pistachio lentiscus, not vera, job on the account that it is an evergreen tree with compound leaves and you cannot fully see the… Continue reading The post Pistachio Bonsai Winter Pruning and Wiring Ma-Ke Bonsai appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]

  • European Olive Bonsai Winter Pruning and Wiring

    European Olive Bonsai Winter Pruning and Wiring. The Olive bonsai being evergreen and an almost continuous growing bonsai is in need of pruning almost all through the year. However, winter pruning is the time you would undertake some structural work… Continue reading The post European Olive Bonsai Winter Pruning and Wiring appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]

  • Bonsai Wire and Wiring

    Thomas J. discusses the difference between aluminum and annealed copper wire. Included is a short wiring demonstration. The Bonsai Channel is brought to you by Dallas Bonsai Garden http://www.dallasbonsai.com. Dallas Bonsai Garden is the World's Largest Bonsai Supply dealer and… Continue reading The post Bonsai Wire and Wiring appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]

  • Bonsai Training Wire Set of 3 Sizes – 1.0mm, 1.5mm, 2.0mm

    Quality Long Lasting Bonsai Training Wire Set of 3 Sizes – 1.0mm, 1.5mm, 2.0mm, Corrosion and Rust Resistant (32 Feet Each Size) Product Description This is a good quality aluminum wire in three of the most popular sizes – 1.0mm, 1.5mm, and 2.0mm diameter. Each role is around 32 feet long… Continue reading The post Bonsai Training Wire Set of 3 Sizes – 1.0mm, 1.5mm, 2.0mm appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]

  • Bonsai Tree Raffia – Branch Protection

    Bonsai Tree Raffia – Branch Protection Product Description This Raffia is imported Raffia. Raffia is used in bonsai to protect the branches and bark of your bonsai tree when bending branches and for training with wire. With a Raffia coating, the wire can be left on the tree much longer.… Continue reading The post Bonsai Tree Raffia – Branch Protection appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]

  • Wiring a Juniper Bonsai

    Mike demonstrates how to wire a juniper bonsai tree. This video shows the 2 main branches being wired in a cascade style by referring to an image for inspiration. The takeaways are, 1) use inspiration to help you design your… Continue reading The post Wiring a Juniper Bonsai appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]

  • Winter Wiring of a Japanese Maple

    When all the leaves fall off in Winter and your tree is going dormant can be a good time to tweak those branches. Wiring is easier and you can see the "bones" of the tree much easier. In this video,… Continue reading The post Winter Wiring of a Japanese Maple appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]

  • How to Wire a Bonsai Tree Branch

    How to Wire a Bonsai Tree Branch by Jason Chan (http://www.easternleaf.com) Mastering Basic Bonsai Techniques: In this video, we go over the basics on wiring a juniper bonsai tree branch. We discuss cleaning the foliage off your tree and wiring… Continue reading The post How to Wire a Bonsai Tree Branch appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]

  • Bending Large Branches with Wiring and Raffia

    Bending Large Branches with Wiring and Raffia We’ve talked a little bit about raffia and wiring in previous posts. We thought we might combine those two skills, if you’re feeling adventurous and particularly artistic, by linking you to this very helpful video about bending the branches of a juniper tree… Continue reading The post Bending Large Branches with Wiring and Raffia appeared first on The Bonsai Seed. […]

 

 

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