Fine Bonsai

Author: William N. Valavanis
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ISBN: 9780789211125
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"In Fine Bonsai: Art and Nature, the finest extant achievements in the art of bonsai are seen together for the first time, through the lens of renowned botanical photographer Jonathan Singer"--

An Exhibit Of Fine Bonsai 2013

Author: Boon Manakitivipart
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ISBN: 9781320222020
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The 2013 Bay Island Bonsai's show book contains over 80 photographs of fine bonsai and accent plants reflect the January show. The 10x8 inch book is available in a hard back with dust jacket, and contains 92 color pages.

Bonsai

Author: Kan Yashiroda
Editor: Brooklyn Botanic Garden
ISBN: 9780945352020
Size: 15,69 MB
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The Secret Techniques Of Bonsai

Author: Masakuni Kawasumi, III
Editor: Kodansha International
ISBN: 9784770029430
Size: 18,43 MB
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Provides detailed information about growing bonsai from seedlings or beginner plants and advice on shaping, pruning, training, grafting and re-potting trees. This book shows gardeners how to improvise with any readily-accessible bonsai tools, as well as gardening or even simple workshop tools. Japan's leading bonsai experts offer not only the basics for creating perfect bonsai, but also secret techniques the family has developed over generations of careful work and observation.

Indoor Bonsai

Author: Sigmund Dreilinger
Editor: Brooklyn Botanic Garden
ISBN: 9781889538525
Size: 12,68 MB
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Keep your bonsai thriving.indoors! North America's foremost bonsai pioneers provide expert advice on controlling air flow and humidity, constructing a sheltered growing chamber, using artificial light, fertilizing, and watering. Grow from seeds and cuttings, combat pests and problems, and master wiring techniques. A magnificently illustrated guide to bonsai types presents a wide range of styles, from tropical blooming and fruiting to Texas Ebony and succulents. Plus: 100 plants that work well inside, and ceramic containers to show them off.

Classic Bonsai Of Japan

Author: John Bester
Editor: Kodansha International
ISBN: 4770029926
Size: 19,22 MB
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This title introduces a collection of the finest bonsai pieces to be found in Japan today. Over 180 plates of priceless specimens with informative commentary provide a definitive tour of the bonsai world. The notes for each piece offer insights into the balance, style, harmony and aesthetic as well as history of the bonsai. The Nippon Bonsai Association, Japan's pre-eminent voice of the bonsai tradition, introduces a collection of the finest bonsai pieces to be found in Japan today - some of them presented to a Western audience for the first time. Over 130 full-colour and 71

The Art Of Japanese Bonsai Trees How To Grow And Train Dwarf Trees Like A Bonsai Master

Author: Kan Yashiroda
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 129116152X
Size: 12,55 MB
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If you are looking to learn all you need to know about Bonsai, how to plant a Bonsai tree, trees for Bonsai, grow and maintain trees for Bonsai, then "The Art of Japanese Bonsai by Bonsai master Kan Yashiroda and Sam Gardener is the book for you. Bonsai and potted dwarfed trees are wonderful. Bonsai trees have a unique look and distinctive shapes, and those that own them are quick to give them extra thoughtfulness and attention not seen with customary house plants. Commonly the Bonsai is seen as though the tree is more than just a plant. While spending time with Bonsai, we can become very involved in the life of a Bonsai. Giving such special treatment to it is a major reason why these trees are so easy to become close to. The most important aspect as a beginner is to learn how to simply maintain the shape of your tree and keep it alive. There are many types of trees that are suitable for Bonsai, and it is important to know what each Bonsai type needs to stay healthy and grow to be beautiful. -Sam Gardener

Bonsai

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Beginning Bonsai

Author: Larry Student
Editor: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 146290310X
Size: 13,54 MB
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Learn to grow and care for decorative bonsai trees with this user-friendly Japanese gardening book. For those with no bonsai tree growing experience, Beginning Bonsai: The Gentle Art of Miniature Tree Growing covers everything from buying the first plant for beginning bonsai to creating a miniature landscape of rocks, grasses and trees. Authors Larry and Shirley Student describe different bonsai styles, list important tools, explain pruning and pinching and introduce procedures like defoliation. They cover all aspects of how to cultivate these miniature trees, anticipating common problems and offering practical bonsai advice gained from years of working with plants. Bonsai gardening topics include: Bonsai from different sources Choosing a bonsai site Essential techniques and materials Forests, groves, and Saikei Care of bonsai: a five point program Root pruning and repotting Seasonal Changes Advanced Techniques Varieties of Bonsai Trees The clear, step-by-step instructions and photographs ensure that even the most inexperienced gardener will be able to start creating beautiful bonsai in no time. Despite being small, bonsai are not delicate—they are strong hardy trees and creating them is a rewarding and inexpensive hobby that anyone can take up—even without an effortless green thumb.