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  • 80

  • 9781843305439

  • 0 mm

  • 18 mm

  • 254 gram


  • 1 JANUARY 2004

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    Bonsai is both an art and a craft. It can be learned by novice gardeners and turned into a satisfying hobby, whether the plants are grown in the garden or in the house. This book starts by defining what bonsai actually is and moves on to types of bonsai, styles, tools, growing and care. Paperback , 80 pages Published May 1st 2005 by New Holland Australia(AU) (first published January 1st 2004)

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    David Squire

    David Squire studied botany and horticulture at the Hertfordshire College of Horticulture and at the Royal Horticultural Societys Garden at Wisley, England, where he gained the Wisley Diploma in Horticulture. For several years he worked as sub-editor, writer and reporter for two well-knownmagazines, before moving to book publishing with an international publishing house.

    David has written more than fifty books and contributed to several major gardening part-works. His books have been sold throughout the English speaking world-Britain, North America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand- as well as translated into several other languages.