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The Living Art Of Bonsai

Author : Amy Liang
ISBN : 1454912219
Genre : Gardening
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The Living Art Of Bonsai

Author : Walter Liew
ISBN : 1597001856
Genre : Gardening
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The practice of bonsai (a potted tree or shrub that possesses the natural beauty of the larger tree in the wild) in Hawaii and throughout history is handsomely depicted in this informative, well-illustrated book. It includes an overview of the basic elements of composition, plus stunning photography and in-depth descriptions of each of the 13 bonsai styles and specific techniques such as pruning and choosing the right tree or shrub. An essential reference for all bonsai enthusiasts, it celebrates this ancient art form’s physical and metaphysical beauty as well as its ability to enhance one’s spiritual appreciation of the natural world.

The Art Of Bonsai

Author : Daphne & Cloe
ISBN : 9782372972246
Genre : Gardening
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Bonsai is the art of creating miniature trees, cultivating them for years in a small vase. With this particular technique directs the plant during the growth process, to assume the shapes and dimensions required, while respecting balance completely vegetative and functional. There is talk of bonsai art, as do bonsai is an art that involves various knowledge, both in the general field of botany, and in the more particular techniques bonsai. All these skills are applied to grow a plant that meets certain aesthetic. Another interesting aspect is that it is a work of art never finished: the plant continues to grow and change, so you must always look after her. Index: The Bonsai Style broom upside - Hokidachi Formal upright style - Chokkan Informal upright style - Moyogi Style inclined - Shakkan Cascading Style - Kengai Style semi-cascade - Han-kengai Literati style - Bunjingi Style Battered by the wind - Fukinagashi Style double-trunk - Sokan Style triple trunk Style stump - Kabudachi Style exposed root - Neagari Style wood - Yose-ue Rock style bonsai - Seki-Joju Ishitsuki - Ishisuki Style raft - ikadabuki Style with shari - Sharimiki Style Dry wood - Sharikan Methods for obtaining Watering Bonsai The Repotting a bonsai Parasites and diseases of bonsai Position, temperature, and sunlight Pruning bonsai Spinning bonsai Defoliation of bonsai The foot of bonsai The trunk of the bonsai Cards bonsai: Acacia Maple Maple Apricot-tree Azalea Hackberry Birch Bosso Persimmon Camellia Carmona Hornbeam Cedar of Lebanon Celtis sinensis Cherry Japanese cypress Cypress Quince Eleagnus Beech crenata European beech Ficus Benjamin Ash Chinese Wisteria Jasmine Larch Privet Lilac Melo Pomegranate Olive tree Elm Olmo Caucasus Peach Pino Silvestre Oak Rosemary Siliquastro Linden

Bonsai

Author : Daichi Haruka
ISBN : 1085930505
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Do you want to learn more about the art of Bonsai and create your own masterpiece without wasting a lot of time and money? Then keep reading... Bonsai are the only trees that aren't planted for functions like fruits or wood. They serve simply to be movingly beautiful and relaxing. Bonsai owners develop a connection to nature that's difficult to describe. Some consider the practice to be therapeutic and a form of mediation. Recreations of natural beauty. It is quite a difficult hobby to master, however. Over pruning and creating an unbalanced tree is common for beginners. This can make your tree look unnatural and unhealthy. Changes take a long time to see and patience is necessary... But what if you are making mistakes and doing all of that waiting for nothing? This is where our guide book can help. You will effectively be "handheld" through successfully growing a Bonsai. Secret techniques and tips on wiring, shaping and potting will allow you to create a true masterpiece. You will discover that creating this living art is easier than you thought. Here's just a little of what you will find inside... History of the art and the important role Buddhist Monks played in developing it. The basic styles you must know to help create your own inspiration. The 7 tools you need for the art. How to wire your tree without damaging branches or the trunk. A secret trick all masters use keep their plants looking amazing year round. The simple, but incredibly effective way to repot your tree. What you must know BEFORE displaying your Bonsai (inside or outside). ... and much, much more This is a great book for beginners, but even for specialists there will be tips that help keep your work looking healthy and balanced. Ready to grow and display your own Bonsai? It's as easy as scrolling up and tapping "Buy Now".

Bonsai

Author : DK
ISBN : 9781465434791
Genre : Gardening
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Bonsai brings serenity to the home with beautiful miniature trees in idyllic container landscapes. Now DK brings this ancient practice into the 21st century, explaining how to grow and care for bonsai trees with a clear step-by-step approach. With advice on choosing trees and ideas for displaying bonsai, this book will help you create a beautiful living centerpiece for the home that could last a lifetime or more. Bonsai offers step-by-step sequences showing how to make 20 projects and how to care for more than 80 types of miniature tree.

The Art Of Japanese Living

Author : Jo Peters
ISBN : 9781787834668
Genre : Reference
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Learn the Japanese secrets to finding calm, contentment and happiness With its roots in Buddhist thinking, Japanese culture is known for its sincere and mindful approach to life. From ikigai (finding your purpose) to ikebana (the art of flower arranging), Japanese ideas offer the wider world the promise of peacefulness and inspiration. Discover these calming insights and more inside this beautiful volume. Including tips on mindfulness, finding contentment, and doing more with less, this book will be your guide to the land of the rising sun, and help you to live a rich, joyful and thoughtful life.

The Art Of Japanese Bonsai Trees How To Grow And Train Dwarf Trees Like A Bonsai Master

Author : Kan Yashiroda
ISBN : 9781291161526
Genre : House & Home
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If you are looking to learn all you need to know about Bonsai, how to plant a Bonsai tree, trees for Bonsai, grow and maintain trees for Bonsai, then "The Art of Japanese Bonsai by Bonsai master Kan Yashiroda and Sam Gardener is the book for you. Bonsai and potted dwarfed trees are wonderful. Bonsai trees have a unique look and distinctive shapes, and those that own them are quick to give them extra thoughtfulness and attention not seen with customary house plants. Commonly the Bonsai is seen as though the tree is more than just a plant. While spending time with Bonsai, we can become very involved in the life of a Bonsai. Giving such special treatment to it is a major reason why these trees are so easy to become close to. The most important aspect as a beginner is to learn how to simply maintain the shape of your tree and keep it alive. There are many types of trees that are suitable for Bonsai, and it is important to know what each Bonsai type needs to stay healthy and grow to be beautiful. -Sam Gardener

Bonsai Days The Art Of Living After Trauma

Author : Annie Bane
ISBN : 9781312535251
Genre : Self-Help
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On any given day any one of us could awaken to an event that may change our lives forever. Experience this REALITY with those who created a new life from the trauma. DISABLED VETERANS: Discover a creativity you never knew existed. Artists tell their own stories in color and words to find healing in the process. FAMILIES: A nuts and bolts guide to giving support in tough times. Everyone in the family needs a full life after trauma. YOUNG ADULT DRIVERS: Envision your own life after an accident caused by alcohol. Your attention to safety on the road will skyrocket.

Paper Garden Bonsai

Author : Amy Spungen
ISBN : 9780760364062
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Don’t have a green thumb or infinite patience, but still love the intricacy and grace of tiny bonsai trees? This kit is for you! Create four paper models while learning about the history and tradition of bonsai. The fully-illustrated instruction book guides you through the construction of each bonsai model—one for each of the four seasons. The models are fully illustrated, laser cut, heavy duty card stock. These minuscule masterpieces make a great addition to any office or home décor. The four models included are: Spring—cherry blossom tree Summer—orange tree Fall—red maple tree Winter—Podocarpus tree

Living Art

Author : Olivier Giugni
ISBN : 9781439184172
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Olivier Giugni, the renowned floral artist, presents stunning portraits of his sumptuous creations in a variety of private homes, along with detailed descriptions of their design and placement—and recipes for a dozen of his signature arrangements. Life is color and color is life. This is the mantra of Olivier Giugni, founder and owner of L’Olivier, the sleek floral design atelier in Manhattan. Far from Brignoles, the Provençal village where he grew up, Olivier reimagines the warmth, whimsy, style, and bursts of color from his native France in a singularly contemporary fashion, and in doing so, he has become one of the New York area’s most beloved and acclaimed floral designers. Created from a breathtaking range of organic and sustainable material, Olivier’s work becomes living sculpture, drawing from and reflecting back the signature elements of its surrounding environment. True to this vision, his gorgeous, lush arrangements of dramatic flowers and plants inspire and transform every space they occupy. In Living Art, Olivier walks readers through the homes of eighteen of his clients as well as his own, pointing out how their art, furnishings, and design preferences engage in a call-and-response with his unique arrangements. Along the way, Olivier’s creative thought process is revealed, showing how composition, color, texture, and fragrance can have a subtle yet decisive impact on the energy of a room, enhancing and elevating mood and moment. Living Art’s spectacular images illuminate this master florist’s aesthetic approach in an accessible way. A gift for experienced arrangers or novices just learning to work with flowers, the book includes recipes for twelve of Olivier’s unique arrangements, offering novel ways to style flowers, plants, and foliage—from cascade to orchid garden to bouquet. The poetic, playful creativity featured in Living Art will move and spark the imagination of all those who are passionate about flowers.

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