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The Beginner's Guide to Bonsai: How To…
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The Beginner's Guide to Bonsai: How To Create And Maintain Beautiful…

by Ken Norman

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Introductory review of trees, styles, tools, techniques, care. Great photographs. ( )
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Bonsai is the art of producing miniature versions of trees and shrubs by growing them in small containers and pruning and restricting their root and branch growth. This practical guide explains which trees and shrubs are suitable, and describes the basic techniques such as pruning, defoliating, wiring and clipping.… (more)

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