Bonsais

Growing bonsais is a very old practice. The first ones go back to the Tang dynasty, in the VIth century in China. It may seem hard to imagine growing bonsais hydroponically, and yet our friends at the Bonsai Club of Fleurance in the Gers (South West of France), succeeded with very rare and difficult plants. In soil too, they use lots of our products as you can see below. For more information don't hesitate to email the contacts below.

Bedes Pierre (Tél : 05 62 06 29 49) ; Clave Alain (Tél : 05 62 05 08 10) ; Mary Véronique (Tél : 05 63 29 21 65) ; Hombrouck Johan (Tél : 06 07 60 28 88)


Testimony

M. Bedes is a neighbour and a visitor of the first days. He is a collector of bonsais and travels the world to find more information and specimens. Thanks to his enthusiasm and the information he passed over to his collector friends, we are now discovering an eager and faithful group of clients among bonsais lovers.

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GHE nutrients for bonsais:

FloraNova


FloraNova

FloraNova

BioThrive®


BioThrive

BioThrive®

pH Regulators


pH Regulators

pH Regulators

pH test kit


pH test kit

pH test kit

G.H Bloom


G.H Bloom

G.H Bloom

G.H Roots


G.H Roots

G.H Roots

G.H Protect


G.H Protect

G.H Protect

GHE systems for bonsais:

Aqua & WaterFarm


WaterFarm + billes

Aqua & WaterFarm

Dutch Pot Hydro


Dutch Pot Hydro

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