Bonsai Pots

Introduction of Yixing Zisha Bonsai Pot

May 24th, 2010 | By
Introduction of Yixing Zisha Bonsai Pot

It is said that if we use a Yixing zisha teapot for many years, we can brew tea just by pouring boiling water into the empty pot. Highly praised for its porous nature, which works wonders in absorbing the flavor of tea, Yixing clay makes awesome teapots, while at the same time, is also an excellent material for making bonsai pot.



Should We Go for Glazed or Unglazed Bonsai Pot?

Apr 30th, 2010 | By
Should We Go for Glazed or Unglazed Bonsai Pot?

Bonsai pots come either unglazed or glazed. While some bonsai lovers like glazed bonsai pots, some others prefer the unglazed ones. There are different opinions on whether we should go for a glazed bonsai pot or an unglazed one, and ultimately, it comes down to personal choice. Yet, before we purchase our bonsai pots, here
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Bonsai Pots for Mini Bonsai Trees

Apr 1st, 2010 | By
Bonsai Pots for Mini Bonsai Trees

It is important to select the right kind of pot for your shohin bonsai and mame bonsai. To give our mini bonsai tree the effect of miniaturization, we would need to get an equally small pot for our mini bonsai tree. However, the size of the bonsai pot is important only for shows and exhibitions.
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Choosing Your Bonsai Pots

Apr 1st, 2010 | By
Choosing Your Bonsai Pots

Choosing the right bonsai pot for our bonsai tree is an art in itself. It must be the right shape, size, and color for it to bring out the full beauty of our bonsai tree. Bonsai pots have a huge impact on bonsai trees and can either compliment the trees or detract from them. There
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Bonsai Pots & Humidity Trays

Mar 29th, 2010 | By
Bonsai Pots & Humidity Trays

Bonsai humidity trays (or drip trays) are important to the health of our bonsai trees for the following reasons. Since all bonsai pots have drainage holes in the bottom, the humidity tray (or drip tray) can hold the excess water and prevent water from dripping on the surface of our windowsill, table, or wherever we
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Bonsai Pots – Made in China vs Made in Japan

Mar 29th, 2010 | By
Bonsai Pots – Made in China vs Made in Japan

Bonsai is tree in small pots, and these bonsai pots are mostly made in Japan or China. Japanese pottery is known for its high quality. They are elegant, natural, often unglazed, and fairly expensive. On the other hand, Chinese pottery is generally cheaper (while their quality is getting better and better) and often brightly glazed.
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What Bonsai Pots for What Bonsai Trees?

Mar 29th, 2010 | By
What Bonsai Pots for What Bonsai Trees?

The type of bonsai pot we should get is based on the species, as well as the bonsai style, of our bonsai tree. For example, conifers blend well with naturally colored, unglazed bonsai pots of browns and grays, whereas deciduous trees look great in either unglazed or glazed bonsai pots of just about any color.
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Bonsai Pot – Get the Right Size for Our Tree

Mar 29th, 2010 | By
Bonsai Pot – Get the Right Size for Our Tree

The size of the bonsai pot is very important for it can affect the overall presentation of the bonsai tree. Small bonsai trees can be potted in large bonsai pots to create a landscape image, and conversely, large bonsai trees can be effectively potted in smaller bonsai pots to appear more dominant and powerful. If
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Bonsai Pots for Different Bonsai Styles

Mar 28th, 2010 | By
Bonsai Pots for Different Bonsai Styles

Here is a list of suggested bonsai pot shapes for different style of bonsai trees. These are not strict rules, but good guidelines when choosing a bonsai pot for our bonsai tree. Bonsai Style – Formal Upright & Informal Upright Bonsai Pot Shape – Square, rectangle, oval, round Bonsai Style – Slanting Bonsai Pot Shape
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Bonsai Pots of Different Shapes and Sizes

Mar 28th, 2010 | By
Bonsai Pots of Different Shapes and Sizes

Bonsai pots are available in many different shapes, sizes and colors to suit all styles and species of bonsai trees. Bonsai Pot Size If the bonsai pot is too small, the bonsai tree will look unbalanced, or even worse, your bonsai tree may be toppled easily. If the bonsai pot is too large, our bonsai
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