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Taking Proper Care of a Bonsai Tree Bonsai tree care is a fundamental part of the bonsai hobby. The trees are the star of the show, and as such, they need the proper care to remain beautiful and healthy. If you are just starting to get into the bonsai hobby, bonsai tree care may be a little difficult for you to understand at first. 

Bonsai soil can be found in the most unusual of places, including hardware stores, auto parts stores and pet supply stores. Bonsai resellers online will typically acquire their soils from these types of places and make blends suitable for certain types of trees. When you purchase bonsai soil, it is important that you test the soil prior to use. 

Most of the tools required for maintaining and growing a bonsai tree can be purchased at most hardware stores or are sold online from stores that specially handle bonsai tree care supplies. While many of these tools are used in basic maintenance of established trees, there are some tools used for grafting and defoliation that are typically only purchased and used by those who are forming their own bonsai tree designs. 

Baobab Bonsai Baobab bonsai are one of the world's most fascinating bonsai. Baobab trees grow in Africa, and are one of the world's most unusual looking trees. There are many legends revolving around the Baobab tree, among one of the most common being that the tree was cast down from heaven and grew upside down, as the canopy branches of the tree often look like roots. 

As the bonsais are typically small, tweezers are the only tool realistic for use as weed and grass removers. In addition to the four basic bonsai supplies, there are many other tools that are used in the care of bonsai. While most beginners only work with the four basic bonsai supplies, advanced users will use wire pliers, and special concave clippers to help shape and grow their bonsai. 

If you prune the wrong branches, you can negatively impact the growth of your plant. As the dwarf plants require more care than their larger counterparts, improper care can result in the shortened life span of your plant, or leaf sizes too large for your bonsai design. If your leaves or nodes grow in too large, you will not be able to correct this until the next growing season.