Inspired by nature, and guided by man, bonsais personify the perfect tree. With an abundance of superb color photographs (many full-page) and information about cultivation, you can enjoy the bonsai's beauty and harmony: the structure and shape of its trunk, architecture of its branches, surface roots, crown of leaves, and seasonal changes. Choose your favorite style and species from the directory of broad leafs (such as the fire-red fruited quince), evergreens, tropicals (intoxicating jasmine), and kusa-mono (miniaturized grasses). Plus: simple keys to bonsai success!
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