The Bonsai Book

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Ebury Press, 1989 - Bonsai. - 159 pages
Provides detailed, step-by-step horticultural instructions and insight into the creative process of bonsai, with descriptions of stock and equipment, basic care and training techniques, and new methods of achieving quicker results

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One of the better books on the subject of bonsai by world-renowned artist and author Dan Barton. Contains numerous color photos, b&w photos, and pen & ink drawings by the author throughout, and ... Read full review

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This is a practical introduction to bonsai growing by experienced British grower Barton. It includes a good mix of diagrams and photos, clear growing directions, and recommended plants suitable for ... Read full review

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David Barton is Professor of Language and Literacy and Director of the Literacy Research Centre at Lancaster University. His publications include "Beyond Communities of Practice "(co-edited with Karin Tusting, 2005), "Letter Writing as a Social Practice" (co-edited with Nigel Hall, 2000), and "Local Literacies: Reading and Writing in One Community" (with Mary Hamilton, 1998).

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