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Subject: Re: Sakura koi farm Bonzai Nursery Sun Dec 23, 2012 9:27 am
Hey Tommy....I just have an area at my entrance to my house that was bare......so just filling it in with bonsai's as I feel it gives it a nice appearance.
However.....this is more or less where it stops.....occassional triming, potting etc here and there....but I cannot afford to get into it at the expense of my fish......I'm weird like that, new hobby, the old one suffers via neglect and I cannot afford that aspect of it.
Is quite soothing tho trimming and shaping a tree......or at least trying to
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Subject: Re: Sakura koi farm Bonzai Nursery Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:04 am
What's wrong with doing both hobbies properly , I love both of them, and as I said before , don't listen to too many people at the same time.
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Subject: Re: Sakura koi farm Bonzai Nursery Sun Dec 23, 2012 8:59 pm
Tommy it is lots of fun! U must find the time...but it is another disease.