Bonsai: The Complete Step By Step Guide for Beginners

Hikaru Yamasaki

**Buy the Paperback version of this book and get the Kindle eBook version included for FREE** Unearth the joy and pleasure of the ancient and delightful art of growing bonsai trees with this ultimate guide Also known as the "living art", the practice of bonsai originated from the Orient. Bonsai has managed to make its way relatively unscathed through the centuries. The practice of bonsai has been popular across nations and empires because of itss sheer and evergreen novelty. More than just regular horticulture, growing bonsai is said to be therapeutic and is often regarded as a particularly relaxing form of meditation. The only problem is the lack of definitive information on how to practice the art of growing bonsai. How often should I water my bonsai? How do I get my bonsai tree to take a certain shape? What container should I use? These questions and many more you didn't even know you had are answered by Hikaru Yamasaki in this comprehensive guide. With detailed descriptions and profiles, Yamasaki provides you with expert advice on growing, shaping, potting, cultivation techniques and more. Everything you need to know about growing bonsai is here. In Bonsai: The Complete Step By Step Guide for Beginners, you're going to learn: The five basic bonsai styles. All other exotic shapes spring from these five How to properly select a bonsai tree that suits your purposes Tools you absolutely need to have to successfully grow a bonsai tree Bonsai cultivation techniques and tips you can't afford to ignore How to properly care for your bonsai tree according to the season ...and tons more! Whether you're an absolute beginner or you already dabble with growing bonsai in your home, Bonsai: The Complete Step By Step Guide for Beginners is jam-packed with information that will help you develop your bonsai growing skill. Ready to start growing and maintaining your very own healthy and robust bonsai trees? Scroll up and click the button to buy now! *Audiobook version free if you’re a member of Audible. If you’re not a member it’s free with a 30-day free trial of Audible.

145 pages

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