Flash News! Just only a short term, exactly after 3 months, our Kengai website has been announced to be in the best 75 Bonsai blogs and websites.
This unexpected news, reflects the success this blog is having among our students and enthusiasts alike. It will also encourage us to work harder, pushing our website to higher levels and closer to the top.
The Kengai Bonsai Garden management knows that this successful result was a collaborated one. So we would like to thank ‘Busy Unicorns’ our webmaster and designer for fine tuning our Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to be easily accessible to a bigger audience.
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We would like to inform our readers that this is not the normal informative weekly blog, but it is an extra blog to share our happiness and this flash news with you, our reader. The Kengai Bonsai Garden management would like to promise to keep the informative weekly blogs rolling. This means that there will be another blog by the end of this week with another important topic for bonsai lovers.
For these passed weeks we have been testing a new page in the form of an ‘Online Shop‘. To have this online shop problem free, we are moving cautiously. We will be starting by introducing the ‘Pre-bonsai Trees‘ section from were readers can buy directly online from the pre-bonsai trees section. More information will be given later on.
We would like to thank all those who send us an email with their personal comments, questions and suggestions. This will keep us moving towards the right direction, which is ‘Your personal needs’.
One interesting question was: Will Kengai Bonsai Garden design an online course for beginners?
Our answer is: Yes, of course.
We already did two courses on bonsai for beginners at our premises, so the information is there. What we need to plan is how it should be translated into an online course that new beginners and enthusiasts will benefit from. We can assure you, that we are working on this.
For the time being, those interested to learn how to take care of their bonsai can still attend one of our bonsai courses. To do so, send us an email requesting information on the next dates.
Another possibility derived from this idea is to have a short course on how to care for your bonsai, designed for those who wants to learn just how to care for their bonsai tree which they acquired by a present. This short informative course will give brief information and tips on how to keep their bonsai tree healthy. We are already working on this.
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