this gift is perfect for toting around Bonsai pots and Bonsai tools for customer's next Bonsai project.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 6, 2009
Learning2Bonsai.com is a new online gardening community, still in Beta. Its mission is to educate the public on the diverse benefits of using this ancient gardening art form to calm the mind, bond with nature and fulfill a person's innermost quest for creativity that lasts a lifetime.
According to Ashley Carrier, Principal of BonsaiOutlet.com, "http://Learning2Bonsai.com is a gardener's oasis where enthusiasts and novices alike can join together to share Bonsai photos, techniques and expertise to help each other enjoy this ancient art form, Bonsai. Membership is free, and our purpose is to build a community website to generate awareness and educate gardeners on the benefits of Bonsai and to convert them into Bonsai enthusiasts."
The ancient gardening art form known as Bonsai represents the harmony between man, the soul, and nature. It is a philosophy with centuries-old roots that still defines this ancient yet somehow modern art form.
Learning2Bonsai.com pairs experts and novices alike to explore the vast world of this art form.
Experts are encouraged to provide articles for the novice and both join together in the lounge to exchange stories, tips, techniques and tools for gardening a la Bonsai.
Learning2Bonsai.com contains an "Ask the Bonsai Expert" section as well as articles about winterizing, pots, insect control and fertilizer to help the novice get the most benefit from Bonsai gardening.
Among the diverse benefits of Bonsai gardening aside from art include, relaxation, hand dexterity, a unique hobby, helping the environment and gift giving.
According to Carrier, "Members of the http://Learning2Bonsai.com community can earn 'karma' points toward purchases at BonsaiOutlet.com simply by sharing a tip or technique with fellow Bonsai enthusiasts, writing articles, or participating in the membership community."
To celebrate the grand opening of the Learning2Bonsai.com site, Carrier is offering the first 20 people that contribute an article, a free personalized cotton tote-bag with the Learning2Bonsai logo. According to Carrier, "this gift is perfect for toting around Bonsai pots and Bonsai tools for customer's next Bonsai project. " Carrier's website, http://BonsaiOutlet.com offers a large variety of Bonsai plants, tools, pots and accessories for the Bonsai expert and novice alike.
Ashley R. Carrier