Griya Asri magazine alongside the natural Living World Silk will make a demo of “make a Bonsai” Bonsai Enthusiasts Gathering Indonesia (PPBI) on Saturday, 20 February 27, 2016 & at 17.00 BST in West Atrium Living World Natural silk, Serpong.
In the demo “makes the Bonsai” instructions will be explained how the creation of bonsai. Bonsai is a dwarf plant in a pot with reference to the beauty of the old trees in the wild. Shaping a bonsai is done by setting up plants, both from the wild, grafting, cuttings or seeds. Raw plant last was formed by cutting, pengawatan or aging such as exfoliation of the stem or trunk-making plant dry so raw last can be a bonsai ordesignate bonsai.
In the demo also introduced the type species of plants that are suitable jasa tukang taman surabaya to be formed so the bonsai in the tropics. It also introduced the method and variations that arepossible from a cheap precious garden plants into a beautiful plant called bonsai exhaustive with a pot that is suitable for the plant. Demo of “make a Bonsai” will be performed by PPBI.
PPBI Indonesia Bonsai Enthusiasts are Gathering. The development of the bonsai in Indonesia could not be released from the PPBI founded in 1979 that developed bonsai to all corners of the country. PPBI currently has more than 150 branches across Indonesia.
Demo event “Make Bonsai” became part of the series of events “Living World Beautiful Home Festival” held on 18 February – 6 March 2016 at the Living World of natural silk. The event that took place nearly two weeks it will be filled by a number of activities, including workshops, talk-show, exhibition, performance, movie screening &design corner.
The uniqueness of this lies in the innercourt artwork that imagined view of the landscape when spring arrives. Young shoots of leafy branches do not appear. The artwork was illustrated by making the design stems from an acrylic painted white with ornamental plant Tillandsia that appear on the ends of the shoots of branches.
Other uniqueness arises from natural stone pieces grouped then “planted” on the wall of a particular pattern to follow. The concept of the artwork which became an attraction on this dainty innercourt design.