The Bonsai Book: The Definitive Illustrated Guide

Category: Book
By (author): Barton, Dan
Subject:  GARDENING / Garden Design
  GARDENING / General
  GARDENING / Japanese Gardens
  GARDENING / Ornamental Plants
Publisher: Racehorse Publishing
Published: April 2019
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 10.00in x 8.00in x 0.40in
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$ 19.99
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From The Publisher*This original and authoritative book is presented in a practical yet inspirational way. Dan Barton shares with us his expert knowledge and two decades of research, giving both detailed step-by-step horticultural instructions and a fascinating insight into the creative process of Bonsai, to provide a genuine understanding of the subject.

As well as giving the essential descriptions of stock, equipment, basic care, and training techniques, the book includes new methods of achieving quicker results, a Bonsai calendar showing routing tasks on a month-by-month basis, and the use of modern materials, all of great value to today's Bonsai enthusiast.

Beautifully illustrated throughout with strikingly original and instructive photographs, line drawings, and working schedules, The Bonsai Book is a must for would-be Bonsai enthusiasts and experts alike, and its fabulous presentation makes it an ideal gift.
From The Publisher*The essential practical reference for both would-be and more experienced Bonsai enthusiasts.
Biographical NoteDan Barton NDD, ATD, ABIPP was born in Hong Kong in 1938 where he saw Bonsai for the first time. Throughout his career, he has extensively researched Bonsai trees and has pioneered several Bonsai training techniques. Known and respected throughout the world, he is an honorary member of several international Bonsai societies and serves on the panel of judges for Bonsai at the world-famous Chelsea Flower Show. He has been awarded two Certificates of Merit by the International Bonsai and Suiseki Exhibition Committee, Osaka, in 1985 and 1987 for photographic entries of his Bonsai. He lives in England.