Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Bonsai Tree from the Soothing Company

Hi neighbors!

I have always wanted a Bonsai Tree, so when the Soothing Company offered the chance to receive one I jumped at it.  With spring coming, it was snowing some today, I am really getting excited about working outside again.  I would love to place this Bonsai Tree on our back deck.  I think it would look beautiful there.  Here is the one I received, it is a small Gardenia Bonsai.  Included in the box was a small booklet regarding proper care.  It was packaged really well!

The word Bonsai means "Little Trees in Pots." Contrary to popular belief, the art of bonsai originated in China and was later refined in Japan.  The western world has adopted this art to their lifestyles.  Bonsai has become extremely popular and is recognized as an international art form.

What do you think of this gorgeous plant?  I am so excited to finally own a Bonsai Tree.  I planted some seeds before, but they never grew.  I think this one will do just fine out back as soon as the snow stops.

The Soothing Company also has many other unique and interesting products.  Water Features, that include water fountains.  One of these is on my wish list for the back deck.  I can just imagine sitting out there on a beautiful, sunny day listening to the water fountain.  Perfect!

I am also interested in their wall aquariums.  They have some really interesting designs.  I really like the one that is a wall clock aquarium designed for a goldfish or betta fish.  This would be a real conversation piece.  Some of them would never work in our home here, but they would be beautiful in a restaurant setting.

As you start thinking spring and gardening, take a minute to stop by The Soothing Company to see what they have.  You might find just what you are looking for!

Where would you put it?  Above on the table, or below after we uncover them?  I can't decide.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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