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RE: Pines in japanese gardens


Are you going to share that web site link? 

Donna
Who really needs to learn this bonsai pruning thing!

> I think the stakes and wire will be a good solution. I did some more
> searching yesterday and I found - I think - the name for what I'd like to
> do: niwa-gi. I also found another web site that explains in more detail
> what
> kind of pruning to do. I have been to more than one Japanese garden but
> have
> never seen anything on the trees to indicate they're "in progress". Now
> though I have a better feeling for it; I might go back to the local
> bookstore to see if there's anything in print as well. Thanks all for the
> advice.
> 
> Cyndi

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