Especially in winter, nothing brightens your home or office the way beautiful, healthy plants can!
One of my favorite gardening hobbies is growing bonsai. Did you know that most bonsai commonly available are not happy growing indoors. Retailers often fail to tell their customers that small but critical-to-sucess little bonsai growing detail. Not very nice of them! So if you have purchased one and watched it die in short order, it truly does not indicate a black thumb… hurray!
Most unsuspecting bonsai purchasers want to bring their cute little evergreen bonsai to their home or office for display. You might have found it at a vendor in the mall or at a garden show. Undoubtedly you brought it home and with the highest intentions and hopes of keeping it beautiful and happy only to have it begin to look very sad, and soon turn brown and crispy. Rather than giving it an untimely burial, spray paint might be an alternative! I’ve never tried that but perhaps it’s a new fashion in bonsai aesthetic, haha! Or not.
INDOOR BONSAI (tropical)
OUTDOOR BONSAI (non-tropical)
Next… how to succeed with indoor bonsai!
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