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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Gardenia Bonsai from the Soothing Company

One of the household chores that I enjoyed doing is gardening. I love waking up in the morning and check if my flower plants are blooming with flowers. I don't mind touching the dirt with my bare hands and I just love hanging out in the backyard. While I was visiting few blogs, I read some positive reviews about Soothing Company products. I immediately email the company requesting for product review opportunity and they replied to send me either a water fountain or a bonsai and I choose the latter.
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From the name itself, one can already guess that this company is all about products that are soothing for everyone. If you are looking for water fountains either indoor or outdoor, Soothing Company has it. For whatever type it maybe such as wall, floor, and tabletop water fountains as well as large water walls, you will find it here. The Soothing Company has Wall fountains for the home and outdoor canvas art. They also have bean bag chairs, fireplace, massage chairs, and bonsai. All these products are contributing factors to create a relaxing, peaceful and soothing sanctuary in your home.
Gardenia Bonsai
Bonsai means little trees in pots. According to the Soothing Company, the art of bonsai is originated in China and later refined in Japan. Bonsai is recognized as an international art form and I was lucky that Soothing Company sent me a bonsai for free. I love that the bonsai they sent me is a Gardenia about 4 years old. It arrived in good condition. The package was neat, perfect and the plant is very healthy. You can visit the Soothing Company and purchase a 6" - 8" gardenia at $40. It is very pretty and I can assure you that it is worth buying for. Gardenia blooms from March to June. My gardenia bonsai is showing buds. I can't wait to see them in full bloom and smell its sweet fragrance.
UPDATE: AFTER ONE WEEK

I was truly amazed to see the buds in bloom and these Gardenia flowers are so fragrant. I suggest that you do not dehydrate the plant and keep it away from direct sunlight. Would I recommend this product? Yes, definitely! Go and check it out.

I received the Bonsai plant for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I used personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am not compensated with this post. All opinions are 100% my own.

9 comments:

  1. Gardening is one of the calming activity. i love bonsai but they are expensive. Back in Cebu City when I still lived in that house I mistakenly invested, there were I had a few native bonsai that i bought gikan sa manuruyay ug tanum nga taga bukid. I gave away the bonsai when I decided to moved back to the city. Gi snob ko ani nag pitch, but will try again coz i want one so badly hehehe. green with bonsai envy mode heheheh

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  2. My Mom would love to have one of these! Maybe for her birthday!

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  3. I am just not a green thumb
    But I loooove bonsai

    Need to get one soon

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  4. I love the Soothing Company, they have such amazing products! I also have always been a fan of both gardening and bonsai trees, but I have always been afraid to try to keep one. Maybe I will give in and just do it!

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  5. I love mine Ahms, I can't wait till its bloom. I am just worried because some of the leaves are getting yellow.

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  6. I love plants and now I want bonsai tree!

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  7. That is one beautiful bonsai! I have never owned one of these plants but they are very pretty.

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  8. I have a bonsai from them and absolutely love it. It has lasted longer than any other plant for me, being that I love Bonsai Trees, I will be ordering from them again soon.

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  9. bonsai trees are awesome but I tend to kill anything that grows

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