The Masters' Book of Bonsai
Shows examples of various styles of bonsai trees, gives practical advice on growing cuttings, grafting, layering, dividing, trimming, planting groups, and caring for bonsai plantings, and recommends basic tools
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amount Aphids appearance autumn azalea bark Boston ivy carpinus Container cryptomeria cultivated deciduous trees diameter drainage hole Dry fertilizer early evergreen Ezo spruce feeding Fill the pot Five-needle Pine Height flowering quince fruit group planting growing bonsai grown from seed growth ishitsuki Japanese black pine kaede maple Kamakura period kumquat late Mar Layering and Dividing leaf mould leaf mould 20 leaves liquid fertilizer long branches Makino Maple Height method misho Momiji maple moth mountains needle juniper Nip buds Nip overgrown buds oil-meal cake Once Pyracantha rainy season red loam 60 Red soil repotting Rhododendron rock rock-grown bonsai roots sand 20 Sargent juniper Scale insects scion Scissor pruning seed bed selected shoots Side Grafting Sieb small branches small lumps sphagnum moss Spider mites spring stock tree suitable summer sunshine thick thin top grafting topsoil tray trunk type of bonsai unglazed usually vinyl-covered wires Wrap Zelkova Zucc