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LESSON #3:  PRUNING!         Some people really have a difficult time pruning and cutting any branch is almost impossible for them. There's not much we can do to help them. But we can explain WHY we prune as drastically as we do . . . Simply because it produces outstanding results!  So here are more no-nonsense explanations presented with the hope you will substitute knowledge to overcome fear and move into training bonsai!  THE PRINCIPLES WORK!  GOOD LUCK! http://www.fukubonsai.com/4a6.html

Some people really have a difficult time pruning and cutting any branch is almost impossible for them. But we can explain WHY we prune as drastically as we do .

RP: Weeping Willow

A Weeping Willow Bonsai Tree. Want one for yourself to add to your home décor or patio decorations? Check it out! Bonsai Trees are sweeping the nation! See more awesome bonsai trees at www. - Gardening Go

"Morning Has Broken" a creative design. #flower arrangement   New Garden Club Journal

Morning Has Broken a creative design. arrangement New Garden Club Journal - Gardening For You

Portulacaria afra (dwarf jade) bonsai forest started from a garden center plant. 6 years in training. The first picture shows how I started the group using rocks to keep the trunks upright. Then for the next few years I constantly pruned to achieve the overall shape. The last picture shows the group in April 2014. Still nowhere near complete but that's the best part of bonsai. It's never finished.

Portulacaria afra (dwarf jade) bonsai forest started from a garden center plant. 6 years in training.

Bougainvillea – Uma das mais belas florações. | Aido Bonsai

Bougainvillea – Uma das mais belas florações.

Small flowering bonsai

"Baby" Bonsai 30 - Mame Bonsai with blossoms by 盆栽鉢 春嘉. Might try this with a rose shrub!

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Source:The Art of Bonsai Project Japanese Maple “Shishigashira” I adore these little nature works of art!