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BONSAI-EASY NEW METHOD-PART 1 OF 3

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Uploaded on Dec 22, 2007

Making, raising, and caring for bonsai is easy if you use the new soil-less method which these video clips will show you. Your trees will grow and mature faster than with the traditional method that uses messy soil. I have been using this method since 1985 and have had great results. I started using this method in Philadelphia, and then when I moved to Florida I continued and find it is the best method for me. The traditional method works with slow, tedious growth, and wiring of trees. The new method uses directional pruning and fast growth to make mature looking trees in far less time than the old traditional method. There are so many advantages to the new method, I wonder why anyone would use the old, slow, messy, and difficult traditional method. Take a look at these three videos and you will see how much fun and how easy it is to become a bonsai grower and producer. Fun, fun, fun. Easy, easy easy. I have found the less you fuss with the trees and let them do their natural thing, the better they grow, and the easier the entire process is. You need not over-care for your trees, just water and feed them and occassionally prune them. It really works! This video was shot in about April of 2004. This is a series of three segments, as the maximum time for a YouTube video is ten minutes, The last segment was shot today, December 21, 2007, and shows what happened to the Juniper that I worked on in the original taping. That taping was unplanned, as my son Aaron was visiting from Orlando and we decided on the spur of the moment to shoot a possible pilot show for TV. He had never used that camera before and I think he did a great job. There is much more to show and tell about, and perhaps one day this series will be expanded. If you'd like to see a series like this on television, write to the stations and put some pressure on them. There are many people who would love to try their hand at this fascinating art form but are scared. I hope I have shown you that it is easy and fun, and nothing to be fearful about. It is a great hobby for kids and the elderly and all the in between ages.
PART 4 IS NOW AVAILABLE ON YOUTUBE.(May, 2008- showing traditional bonsai at the Morikami Museum. It's just a silent look at their trees, but it is inspiring)("Morikami Bonsai Gardens May 2008").(***PLEASE VIEW PART 12 ABOUT THE WARNING ON HANDLING SPHAGNUM MOSS BEFORE YOU WORK WITH SPHAGNUM MOSS***).

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