Bonsai with American Trees

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Kodansha International, 1983 - Gardening - 131 pages
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Adapts the basic principles and techniques of the Japanese art of dwarfing trees to soil types, weather conditions, fertilizers, and native species found in the United States.

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Details on how to create and care for nonsai while also discusses the best types of plants to use. Read full review

Contents

A Letter from the Japan Bonsai Association
7
Bonsai for Beginners
21
Rockgrown and Miniature Bonsai
107
Copyright

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