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'Beautiful Bonsai Secrets' is a good idea, but...

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There can be few hobbies that are more relaxing, satisfying and rewarding than growing bonsai trees, the miniaturized trees that are generally thought of as coming from Japan.

Whilst this is not strictly true in historical terms, it is nevertheless a fact that bonsai (which comes from the original Chinese word penzai) is an art form that has probably reached its zenith in Japan, with literally hundreds of thousands of people who rear bonsai trees as a hobby and for profit.

However, even though there are almost too many bonsai enthusiasts in Japan (and throughout other parts of Asia) to count, it is nevertheless true that becoming someone who can successfully grow bonsai trees is not something you can do without learning about it.

For example, most bonsai enthusiasts grow their trees from 'donor’ plants and so you need to acquire the ability to 'spot’ good donor plants when you see them. This is important because once you realize that not every good donor is immediately recognizable as such, you immediately begin to cut down the amount of money you spend on your hobby as cheap donors are often just as effective as more expensive ones.

And, whilst most people probably recognize what a bonsai tree is from seeing them in the local garden centre or on the gas station forecourt, it is also important to understand that bonsai is a very widely diversified hobby as well. For instance, there are many different styles of bonsai trees and whilst some trees are tiny, others can grow to a couple of feet tall and still be categorized as a bonsai.

In essence, bonsai growing is a world within itself, a world where beauty and aesthetics triumph above all else. But it is at the same time one of the most satisfying and rewarding hobbies imaginable, so if you have always been keen to try growing bonsai, there has never been a better time to start now.

This is particularly true because of the recent release of an excellent new 'how to’ guide to all aspects of growing bonsai called 'Beautiful bonsai secrets’. This book is a complete A-Z of everything you need to know about becoming a bonsai grower, from the basics of how to trim, prune and style plants to the the various different types of bonsai trees you can grow and even the tools and equipment that you need in order to be able to do so.

If you have any kind of interest in bonsai, this is a book that you will definitely want to read. I'll tell you more about it next time, but there is no need to wait until then before grabbing your copy of 'Beautiful bonsai secrets’



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'Beautiful Bonsai Secrets' works at the right time

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Over the many years that I have been involved in various aspects of online business, I have seen many hundreds of 'how to’ manuals and I don't mind admitting that the vast majority of them have been a major disappointment.

So, here’s the first crucial fact that you should know about 'Beautiful bonsai secrets’, which is the brand-new e-book which I brought to your attention in my previous e-mail message.

This is a book that any bonsai beginner will gain a massive amount of knowledge from, even if they are someone who knows nothing more specific about bonsai trees than that they have something to do with 'small trees from Japan’.

More importantly, it is a book which will allow them to swiftly and easily elevate their knowledge to a level where they can actively participate in bonsai growing without the fear of getting everything wrong. The importance of this lies in the fact that it really doesn't matter what hobby or interest you are considering taking up, the hardest part is almost always getting started.

By serving up everything you might need to know about bonsai on a silver platter, 'Beautiful bonsai secrets’ is a book that will enable even the rawest beginner starting with confidence and without spending too much money either.

So, is 'Beautiful bonsai secrets’ a book that only bonsai beginners will benefit from?

The answer to the question is a very firm 'no’ because by focusing on many different aspects of bonsai, there is knowledge here that even more experienced bonsai growers will benefit from. For instance, there is information about planting, pruning, wiring and shaping, as well as some recommended bonsai soil 'recipes’ and even advice about how to propagate your plants.

In other words, unless you are someone who owns their own professional bonsai growing business, there is definitely something in this book for everyone, whether you are a beginner or someone who has a little more experience and knowledge.

I think that most experienced bonsai growers would probably agree that becoming a capable (and then an expert) bonsai grower is not all that difficult. However, it does require skills, knowledge and ultimately experience and whilst you cannot learn the latter from any book, you can certainly acquire the skills and knowledge you need from 'Beautiful bonsai secrets’.

Other aspects of being a successful bonsai grower such as learning to recognize good potential donor plants is something that you will acquire with time. However, even here, the book helps by giving you a specific illustrated example of what might at first appear to be an unpromising donor plant that ultimately became a beautiful bonsai, including illustrations of how the plant was pruned and shaped to achieve the end result.

All in all, if you are in any way interested in becoming a bonsai grower, I don't think you will find a more helpful or illuminating guide to exactly how you go about doing so than 'Beautiful bonsai secrets’. If there is one bonsai guide that you are going to spend your money at any time in the near future, this would definitely be the one I would recommend,



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Beautiful Bonsai Secrets




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Most people in the West are probably familiar with the idea that bonsai is somehow related to miniaturized trees, but it's a pretty good bet that they don't know much about the beautiful bonsai secrets that lie behind growing such wonders of nature. Strange as it may sound to a non-enthusiast, raising successful bonsai trees is all about beauty and grace, because at the central heart of bonsai are the aesthetics of the plant being grown.

Thus, the notion that some bonsai beginners and newcomers to the art might have about bonsai, that it is all about growing trees that are as miniaturized as possible is not really that accurate. In fact, some expert bonsai growers grow trees up to a couple of feet tall which still qualify as bonsai, irrespective of the size of the plant.

Another misconception which qualifies as another 'beautiful bonsai secret’ is that bonsai is originally a Japanese art form. In fact, miniaturized trees were grown as long ago as 4000 BC in ancient Egypt where records show that miniaturized trees were grown in containers cut into rock.

However, the art form really developed in China and then Japan, Korea, Thailand and Vietnam, with the word bonsai being the Japanese version of the original Chinese word penzai.

Nowadays of course, bonsai is a hugely popular hobby all over the world, with many thousands of active enthusiasts throughout the Western world as well as in Asia.

One of the attractions of bonsai is that a bonsai tree can be cultivated from almost any woody-stemmed perennial plant or shrub so it is not an art form that is necessarily dependent on using high-priced materials to grow beautiful looking trees.

In fact, many bonsai experts delight in their ability to start with seemingly unpromising 'raw materials’ to craft a beautiful bonsai tree through years of tender loving care and no small amount of time either.

Another great attraction of starting to grow your own bonsai trees is that doing so is not especially difficult once you have some basic skills and equipment. Furthermore, there is plenty of information available for even the most inexperienced beginner which will give them everything they need to start growing the first bonsai trees almost immediately.

Of course, there is no guarantee of immediate success because crafting a beautiful bonsai tree is not something you can do overnight. For example, there are many different styles of bonsai trees and one skill that you need to acquire is the ability to spot what kind of bonsai tree you can grow from any particular donor plant.

Nevertheless, there are dozens of online bonsai resources, with associations and clubs all over the world made up of dozens of willing experts waiting to help and welcome willing beginners to the global bonsai community.

In truth, bonsai has to be one of the most satisfying and fulfilling hobbies and pastimes imaginable, because the secrets of growing a beautiful bonsai tree are something that you acquire with experience and a growing empathy with the plants you are working with. However, the satisfaction of growing your own beautiful tree is almost impossible to describe to any non-enthusiast, but, trust me, it is immense.

If you are looking for a hobby that is restful, stimulating and above all rewarding, look no further than learning beautiful bonsai secrets because once you become an enthusiast, I have no doubt whatsoever that you will be hooked for life!



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As any enthusiast will be more than happy to tell you, growing bonsai trees is one of the most satisfying and fulfilling hobbies imaginable. After all, what could be more rewarding than spending years crafting a miniaturized living work of art from even the most unpromising materials?

However, there is no shortcut that I know of to becoming a bonsai growing expert. Whilst I would not suggest that acquiring the necessary abilities to become a skilled bonsai expert is hard work - because it is far more of a labor of love than real work - it is nevertheless true that you do need to acquire a degree of basic ability and knowledge if you want to be bonsai growing success rather than someone who is frustrated by your lack of achievement.

For instance, as most people are probably aware, bonsai is thought of as a Japanese art form, and although this is not strictly true (it had its antecedents in ancient Egypt and China), most of the terminology used in bonsai is Japanese.

As one example, there are many different styles of bonsai tree including the 'yose ue’, the 'sekijoju’ and the 'ikadabuki’ styles.

You need to learn what the different styles mean and what they look like as well, both as a finished bonsai and as raw donor materials. One of the most important skills that you can learn as a bonsai grower is how to recognize these raw materials which you can turn into a bonsai plant through your own efforts.

Obviously, the basic shape of the 'raw material’ plant will to a large extent dictate what kind of bonsai you can grow. Hence, you must master many different aspects of bonsai growing if you want to be a success story.

Worry no more!

I have just been reading an excellent new e-book called 'Beautiful bonsai secrets’ that will teach you literally everything you could ever need to know about growing bonsai trees even if the extent of your bonsai experience so far is seeing ready grown trees for sale in your local hypermarket or gas station. Incidentally, don’t buy them when you do see trees at the gas station because they are almost always unhealthy.

If you have any interest whatsoever in becoming a bonsai grower, 'Beautiful bonsai secrets’ is the only 'how to’ manual you really need in order to achieve your ambitions.

It is a lavishly illustrated book that shows you everything you could ever need to know about starting your bonsai growing 'career’, ranging from how to recognize good raw materials even when they are not necessarily that promising to the different styles of trees that you can grow and the tools and equipment that you need to do so.

One of things that I really like about the book is that it does not assume that you want to spend a fortune on your hobby. In fact, it shows a specific example of a very cheap plant being turned into a beautiful bonsai, as well as places where you can obtain the tools and equipment you need without spending a fortune.

One of the most common disadvantages of taking up a new hobby is that it costs a lot of money to do so. Armed with 'Beautiful bonsai secrets’, you will learn exactly how to launch your bonsai growing 'experience’ without spending a fortune whilst nevertheless retaining the ability to grow beautiful trees, even as a beginner.

In short, if you are interested in taking up bonsai, 'Beautiful bonsai secrets’ is the only 'how to’ guide you will ever need. For anyone interested in bonsai, this book is a must have and I would recommend that you grab your copy now,



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