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Garden Hobbies & Crafts:Bonsai (20 entries)

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  • Archives for the bonsai mailing list dating back to August of 1992.   [Google cache]
  • Links to all kinds of international bonsai sites.   [Google cache]
  • Brian, an Information Technologies consultant in Europe, is also an extremely avid bonsai groupie. His site has all kinds of links to Bonsai resources with pages targetting the Netherlands and more generalized European sites.   [Google cache]
  • Dallas bonsai Garden offers you a complete line of Japanese bonsai supplies with over 1,600 offerings (all the way from aluminum wire to watering cans) at unbeatable prices! They also offer bonsai tools (83 black metal tools, 23 silvery overlay tools, 15 vinyl overlay tools and 24 stainless steel tools), plastic bonsai pots, ceramic bonsai containers (over 800 different ones in styles from mini pots to 24" long versions), bonsai potting soils and sands, Chinese decorative figures, bonsai books, Instructional bonsai videos, Japanese bonsai picture books and bonsai magazines. Check out all that they have to offer by browsing this site, and if there's something you don't see that you want, email and ask!   [Google cache]
  • This is the starting place. Includes a bonsai FAQ, links to the mailing list, suppliers, and web sites.   [Google cache]
  • Geared towards us Yankees,this moderated newsgroup covers all aspects of American gardening.

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