Bonsai Tree Repotting Bonsai Repotting is an advanced technique but is something that every beginner is going to have to contend with at some stage of their bonsai journey. This Repotting Bonsai Guide with step by step instructions should make the re-potting experience a less stressful one for both you…
Bonsai Repotting Tools Bonsai Trees Repoting is one of bonsai’s most crucial task and needs to be done with care and precision. Listed below are some of the Bonsai Tools we use for the task. Mark D’Cruz, Ma-Ke Bonsai, London, UK
How to Repot Bonsai Trees Graham Potter (http://www.kaizenbonsai.com) shows simple basic repotting techniques for established bonsai trees.
Repotting a Norway Maple Bonsai Repotting a Norway maple bonsai and getting it ready for the growing season. This is the second video of this tree, check the playlist section of the channel to see the tree in leaf.
Repotting Chinese Elm Bonsai – Part 1 I do a quick tour of my bonsai benches to check what trees need re potting the most! I’ll start with the new Chinese Elm.
New Pot For Old Juniper Bonsai The Prostrata Juniper bonsai we repotted a year ago gets another new pot. The old oval pot was technically the right size, but looked a little too insubstantial. So here we are with another visually stronger oval bonsai pot, and another repotting. The tree…
Frost Damaged Chinese Elm Bonsai Contact: Iqbal Khan http://www.mikbonsai.co.uk/bonsaitrees/about-us/contact-us/ email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Repotting 200 Year old Bonsai Trees A video showing how to report bonsai, Chinese juniper and Japanese white pine bonsai trees, up to 200 years old, we show you how its done from the professionals behind the scenes.
How to Repot a Korean Hornbeam Bonsai – Mark Knight Mark Knight, an advanced practitioner of the Art of Bonsai shows you how to pot on this lovely field grown Korean Hornbeam. The Hornbeam was allowed to settle in the training pot for a few years and it was time…
Satsuki Azalea Bonsai Repotting A Satsuki Azalea Bonsai being Re-potted by Fabio. Like most Rhododendron the Satsuki too has extremely fine roots and as such can be quite compacted when re-potted especially if it has been a while in between potting.