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Growing nebari on youngsters 5 years 6 months ago #8721

Just thought this might be usefull to some here. I wrote down my experiences with growing nebari for young plants, in the hope it may help others. www.growingbonsai.net/nebari-creation-with-young-plants
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Growing nebari on youngsters 5 years 6 months ago #8733

Good article Jelle!
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Growing nebari on youngsters 5 years 6 months ago #8743

Just in time! I have several cuttings that are well into budding and will need some serious nebari development. Thanks!
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Growing nebari on youngsters 5 years 6 months ago #8748

Good luck. Let me know if t
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Growing nebari on youngsters 5 years 6 months ago #8757

1st, I'm an bonsai-obsessed novice!I bought a boxwood at Home Depot a week ago & was going to put it in the ground later today. I've never heard of using the tourniquet method on roots. Very interesting! Nice article! It's changed my game plan! The box has zero nebari to speak of . . . . Currently ;)
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Growing nebari on youngsters 5 years 6 months ago #8767

floraAdore wrote: 1st, I'm an bonsai-obsessed novice!I bought a boxwood at Home Depot a week ago & was going to put it in the ground later today. I've never heard of using the tourniquet method on roots. Very interesting! Nice article! It's changed my game plan! The box has zero nebari to speak of . . . . Currently ;)

Dont forget to post pics! I come here daily looking for update pics. I take pics of everything but rarely post them. They're great to look back at in a year or two and see how far your trees have come.
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