Tips On Buying Bonsai Ginseng

Tips On Buying Bonsai

With investors increasingly joining home gardeners in their quest for bonsai, there are literally hundreds of varieties including bonsai ginseng which have seen a recent renaissance. Here in this blog we will cover some basic tips on buying a healthy bonsai. Now available in department stores, nurseries and increasingly online, ficus ginseng bonsai can now be purchased just about everywhere and as with most things these days even China is now mass producing bonsai. When looking to purchase a bonsai you must first decide if you are buying your bonsai as an investment or simply to revel in its craftsmanship and character. The two are distinctly …




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Tips For A Thriving Ficus Ginseng

With this blog and a heap of research I have compiled what I hope will give you every chance to have a healthy and  thriving ginseng ficus. There are a number of aspects to consider in caring for a ficus ginseng but  we here cover the basics. Bonsai Ginseng Health Tips 1. Ventilation To begin with, it’s important to understand that a healthy ficus ginseng is a result of a combination of ventilation, good air flow and a decent amount of natural light. 2. Water Of course water is also important but the bonsai ginseng variety is as we all know a very hardy …




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My Grandfather’s Bonsai – But…they Aren’t Bonsai Ginseng

On the porch of my parent’s house lay three small bonsai, though not Bonsai Ginseng these are of the Japanese Maple variety and for many years they have sat there, somewhat neglected, but all the same still quite remarkable. Previously my grandfather owned and cared for these and by all reports they are close to 50 years old, mere teenagers in age if you were to speak with a Japanese bonsai ‘grand master’, however still old given Australia’s place in the overall bonsai market and strict quarantine restrictions which make it difficult to import some older bonsai. In my previous blog titled Bonsai Ginseng As An Investment I …




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Bonsai Ginseng As An Investment?

300 year old bonsai investment

Bonsai is a mixture of both art form and horticulture but indeed it can also be a great opportunity as a bonsai investment, including bonsai ginseng which has the potential gain value over time. The bonsai below is a 300 year old five needle pine which recently sold in a private sale in Japan for 100million JPY or the equivalent of 1.2million AUD. Bonsai Valuation You might wonder what makes this plant just so valuable? And the answer is just as mystical. When a professional investor looks to buy a bonsai they look at its “character”, how dynamic it is and how much strength it conveys…In essence …




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