Growing Bonsai Indoors, Issue 191

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 2008 - Gardening - 119 pages
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After the great success of Indoor Bonsai, Brooklyn Botanic Garden has done it again! This is truly a one-stop-shop that provides everything bonsai aficionados need to know about buying, growing, and styling their plants with confidence through sustainable and organic practices. With fully illustrated color photos and line drawings, Growing Bonsai Indoors presents 20 common and unusual tropical and subtropical trees that are best suited for indoor cultivation. With illuminating articles written by some of the top North American bonsai experts including Julian Velasco, curator of the Bonsai Collection at Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Pauline Muth, president of the American Bonsai Society?keeping bonsai alive and thriving indoors has never been easier.
 

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Contents

Bonsai Moves Indoors PAT LUCKE MORRIS
5
Pruning Primer ROBERT MAHLER
20
Wiring Basics ROBERT MAHLER
26
Indoor Bonsai Care JERRY MEISLIK
80
Seeds Cuttings Air Layers
104
For More Information
114
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