One technique we’ve been experimenting with over the last year or so is the pot-in-pot, or double pot technique, an indoor adaptation of a bonsai
Cannabonsai today is an international community with active enthusiasts and experienced growers alike trying their hand at growing cannabis bonsai themselves. But what are the
Hey yall back with more bonsai. We’ve been working the last year thinking of how we’d come back and what techniques we’d be developing and
Choosing the right grow light involves a lot of research so we put together this comparison between the different types of grow lights we’ve tried
What a few basic ingredients can do for your plants. This is a breakdown of the soil ingredients that we use for our soil mix and why you should too!
Our older grow setups have been the classic blacked-out tents with mylar interiors, but we found that while they work quite well, they don’t blend well into living spaces and can be overbearing in a bedroom. So we decided to put together this cabinet style wood grow box to fit better in our place.
In a 2017 Leafly article on cannabis bonsai, “Growing Cannabis with Bonsai: Separating Fact from Fiction“, author Rae Lland discussed the emerging trend of growing
Around 2008 I visited the Penjing and Bonsai Museum at the National Arboretum in DC — it’s hard to put in words how understated this
Bonsai’s story is deeply intertwined with the proliferation of Buddhism as it spread across China to Japan to the entire world, and while bonsai practice is known worldwide today, it has only become an international phenomenon over the last few centuries.
Cannabonzai at the heart of it is a cross-cultural project. One half of us is Taiwanese-Canadian and the other half is French/Scottish?-Canadian so in some ways it represents the crossroads between very different cultures.
How botanical diplomacy brokered by a Japanese chemist, a First Lady and an author brought thousands of cherry trees to DC