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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote “Shirley’s Simple Shelving” sent me some brackets to replace my old aquarium benches. In this video, I assemble the new shelves and position them beside the greenhouse to create a better desert section in my bonsai garden. http://www.shirleyssimpleshelving.com/ Video Rating: / 5

20 Comments

  • Shirley's Simple Shelving 10 months ago

    Thank you again Nigel! To show my gratitude here is a $10 off Promotion Code specific to your viewers! Just use "BONSAIZONE" at checkout! http://www.shirleyssimpleshelving.com

  • Frauke Fuchs 10 months ago

    Looks beautiful!!

  • Andrew Lynch 10 months ago

    That's a great upgrade! Nice work

  • Great content! Keep up the good work 🙂

  • Linda Parsons 10 months ago

    Hi Nigel – yet another great video!  Thank you!  I was wondering (I will look through / search your channel) if you have a video or could make one that does a quick overview on each plant like you do in this video regarding the plants on the new shelves.  It's very interesting and helpful to hear some brief words about the plants as well as it would be great to see the different plants and understand your greenhouse position as it relates to sun and shade and water / etc…

    Thanks again – you're the best!

  • Valmir Hazeri 10 months ago

    Hello Nigel, thank you for your guidance here in youtube, you really are a great tutor.

    You mentioned fertilization of trees which you do every day, do you do it year around or just in some seasons, and if we use a liter every 2-3 weeks with your method should we divide equally the same amount to use it everyday or we have to use more fertilizer?

    Thank you again for all of your videos

  • Pillar4ever 10 months ago

    Howdy Nigel im 11 years old and I've been in to bonsia for about 7 months and i have one bonsia tree so far. I have tired collecting trees from the woods but it didn't work out so well. I hope to get more trees like you. Do you have any advice for me a beginner?

  • TOEKIE WORLD 10 months ago

    a bit jealous of your new bench.

  • Geoff Curtis 10 months ago

    Love the bench idea, looking to see if I can buy online and have them shipped to Australia.

  • bonsai J 10 months ago

    Hey Nigel, nice Tables! Better yet, your bonsai garden looks awesome!

  • Bonsai By LAN 10 months ago

    I never realized Natal Plums were succulents!

  • Vernon Vice 10 months ago

    Hi Nigel, lovely bench and succulent collection.
    I'm pretty keen to see what you're going to come up with with those Natal Plums, btw the "Natal" is pronounced as in KwaZulu-Natal 😉 https://youtu.be/ZyW4GERHnHw, or we just refer to them as Num-nums.

  • Dead Monster 10 months ago

    I subscribed 2 days ago and i love your vids! Im probably going to start doing bonsai I've always had an interest in seeing these miniature trees but i never knew what it was called but now i know cause i found your channel! Do you have any tips for starting into bonsai?

  • Vicizurri Zurriaga 10 months ago

    Hello Nigel, I'm a student from Barcelona and I'm doing a high school project about bonsai. The thing is that I'm interviewing some people and I'd like to contact with you to make you some questions. If you would like to help me please send me a mail to my electronic adress vicizurri@gmail.com. Nice video and thanks for all 🙂

  • Faça você 10 months ago

    That doesn't look very sturdy!

  • The Motivated Gardener 10 months ago

    Good work Nigel

  • Steven Kennedy 10 months ago

    I started the stratification of my first jack pine seeds today that will eventually become my first bonsai , thanks for the inspiration and motivation Nigel

  • Kitetsu Miyagi 10 months ago

    Hello Nigel,
    your Garden is a true Bonsai Paradise.
    Who needs a House if you have such a lovingly designed Garden.
    Simply great.
    Greetings from Germany

  • David C 10 months ago

    Do you still keep fish, or are the aquariums leftover from a long abandoned hobby?

  • Jeff Godin 10 months ago

    I think you need a Palo Verde for your desert landscape.

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