Bonsai: The Art of Growing and Keeping Miniature Trees
The art of growing miniature trees involves patience and an adept hand at pruning. This book shares many techniques and bonsai styles that even the beginning gardener can accomplish. The results create a mystique that gives much satisfaction and beauty.
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