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New Juniper Bonsai

Post  Kevin Gibbons on Sat May 11, 2013 2:56 am

Hello, I have just joined the forum and I am looking to buy a Juniper Bonsai in the coming weeks (it is may 10th now). I am wondering a few things:
What tools do I need?
What kind of pot should I buy?
How big of a tree should I get-this will be my first one-

Thanks for the Help
-Kevin

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Re: New Juniper Bonsai

Post  Auballagh on Sat May 11, 2013 5:10 am

Congrats on getting into bonsai! It's an amazing hobby, and offers a huge amount of things to learn and experience. Smile
Those are all good questions you posted, but it's a bit hard to answer them for you directly. I found that initially the learning curve for a beginner in this hobby is very steep. And, it can be a bit daunting to figure out how to succeed. So, possibly one of the best ways to first learn about bonsai is directly, from someone present who can help to guide you a bit. Do you have a local Bonsai Club or Society where you live? Meeting some local people who are also working with Bonsai, will help you a huge amount in figuring out what may possibly work best in your area.

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Re: New Juniper Bonsai

Post  JimLewis on Sat May 11, 2013 12:40 pm

OHIO - Cleveland

Cleveland Bonsai Club. Meets at the Cleveland-Rockefeller Park Greenhouse, 750 E. 88th St. of Martin Luther Kind Blvd., Cleveland, OH , the fourth Saturday of the month 9:30 am to noon. The Cleveland Bonsai Club is one of the oldest Bonsai clubs in the US, having been founded in 1956, and having more than 120 full time members. A very prestigious club with many tremendously talented members. Contact Dale Harder, by phone: (440) 888-2163 after 5:30 pm EST or by e-mail: dale@hhr-lasers.com

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