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A Potted Tree or a Bonsai?
Start with a Tree
The First Potting
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appear attractive bark beautiful become beginner bloom bonsai material branches buds Chinese elm clumps conifers Cotoneaster crape myrtle cryptomerias cut back cypress deciduous tree dense desired difficult doubtful hardiness drainage holes early spring easy culture Easy to grow European beech Evergreen excellent bonsai feed fibrous roots flowers forest fruit ginkgo grafting growing bonsai growing naturally inches insects Japanese Japanese black pine juniper leaf leaf mold maple method mixture natural tree naturally dwarfed tree nursery tree open ground peat moss period pinched back constantly plant potted tree pruning removed repotting root ball root system root trimming roots are cut seedlings seeds shade shallow shape shoots Siberian elm side roots small trees small-leaved soil species spray spruce stone pine suckers summer sweetgums tap root thick tips transplanting tree for bonsai trees grown trident maple trunk usually weeping fig winter wire young trees Zelkova