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Choosing & Growing Bonsai By Peter Chan

Choosing & Growing Bonsai by Peter Chan

Condition - Very Good
£23.79
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Hamlyn bonsai books have sold over 110,000 copies worldwide There are over 100,000 bonsai trees in the UK alone

Choosing & Growing Bonsai Summary

Choosing & Growing Bonsai by Peter Chan

Want to grow bonsai, but worried it will be too difficult? This definitive guide will make it all easy! Featuring a directory of over 80 of the most popular and readily available species, fully illustrated with stunning photographs, this step-by-step guide is ideal for beginners and more experienced bonsai-growers alike.How to choose the right tree, the essential tools and getting started are just a few of the topics covered in this complete guide, whilst expert advice on maintaining your tree throughout the year and how to solve commom problems will ensure it is healthy and beautiful. Discover a horticultural art form too, with techniques for nurturing and styling your plant.

About Peter Chan

Peter Chan founded Herons Bonsai, the UK's premier bonsai nursery, in 1986. He has achieved a record tally of 21 Chelsea Gold Medals to date and is the author of six bestselling books on bonsai. Over the years he has been featured in numerous television programmes on bonsai.

Table of Contents

Introduction All about bonsai Outdoor coniferous bonsai Outdoor broadleaved bonsai Outdoor flowering bonsai Indoor bonsai Looking after bonsai Index Acknowledgements

Additional information

GOR002130976
9780600614425
0600614425
Choosing & Growing Bonsai by Peter Chan
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Octopus Publishing Group
2007-01-01
208
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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