By: Paul Lesniewicz (Author)
One of the world's recognized experts on bonsai explains everything the indoor gardener needs to know about cultivating these living works of art. Exquisite color pictures showcase a selection of perfect specimens, beautifully shaped tiny trees as lush and thriving as the ones outdoors. And they'll last through every season and for years to come with this superb advice on choosing a plant or starting from seed; optimum conditions for growth; feeding, watering, and care; handling pests and diseases; and shaping, wiring, and pruning. There's an illustrated list of indoor species (including tropical and subtropical varieties), directions for repotting and root pruning, and invaluable commentary on hydroculture. This is a must-have for all bonsai lovers.
"[An] excellent guide."
– The New York Times
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