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How To Water Your Outdoor Bonsai Tree
Bonnie Wilson / Thursday, 09 June 2011 01:28
 

The most important aspect of any bonsai tree care in the great outdoors is the water. You should not have a regular watering schedule for your bonsai trees. The frequency of watering depends on the type of tree, size of the pot, and type of soil.

 
What Is A Bonsai Tree?
Bonnie Wilson / Tuesday, 31 May 2011 20:49

The reproduction of natural tree forms in miniature is called bonsai. The word bon means pot, tray or container and the word sai is the tree or potted plant. So a bonsai tree is known as a tree-in-a-pot. A tree planted in a small pot does not become a bonsai until it has been shaped, pruned and trained into a desired shape. These trees are a great addition to your outdoor living.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 May 2011 21:13
 
Use Lights in the Great Outdoors to Decorate Your Garden and Yard
Bonnie Wilson / Tuesday, 03 May 2011 23:13

There are many different kinds of lights suitable for outdoor living in your yard and garden. You have to determine what you want to use them for.  Do you want a light bright enough to show your way down a path; do you want lights that are less bright to use as an accent; do you want a spotlight to focus on a certain area in the great outdoors or do you want a motion light. Solar lights will absorb the sun during the day and light up at night. You can also program electrical lights to come on at a certain time of the evening and shut off as the morning light brightens.

 
There Are Many Things To Do On A Rainy Day
Bonnie Wilson / Thursday, 31 March 2011 14:52


Spring is a super time to enjoy some great outdoor living. Everyone is tired of the cold winter months. Get outside and watch Mother Nature come alive in the great outdoors. But, wait a minute! Spring brings rain. Can’t really go for a walk in the great outdoors if it’s raining! So what can I do? Now is the time to work on the transition of the family from winter and going into the spring months.

 
Have Fun Feeding Birds In Your Yard
Bonnie Wilson / Monday, 21 March 2011 20:45

One of my great outdoor living pastimes is watching birds in my yard. I love to sit by the window or in the porch swing to watch them. I have mostly blue jays, finches, sparrows, robins and doves. I notice the doves are always in pairs. Blue Jays are loners while the finches and sparrows are always in a group and don’t seem to be in pairs. The robins may arrive two to four at a time; usually not just one, but not in a bunch like the finches or sparrows. Once in a while there will be a red headed woodpecker. There are so many different kinds of birds in the great outdoors, that sooner or later you will see one that is not familiar. A good bird book is a handy reference to have.

 
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