While International BONSAI is easy reading for those new to bonsai, even the most experience artist will find something new and exciting in each copy. Issues contain step-by-step articles on how to create your own bonsai, tips on how to start new specimens, where to keep your bonsai collection and how to enjoy and refine your bonsai. Descriptive line art shows step-by-step instructions on specific bonsai techniques such as propagating, growing, trimming, wiring, shaping and after care.
Each issue is a “mini reference” on a particular topic or species. For example, the seedling catalog is offering a Flowering Quince, see the sample article on Flowering Quince from the 2006/NO. 1 issue listed below to see how useful that issue becomes to the future of your new bonsai material. Each time you acquire a new plant or bonsai the related back issues can guide you in the their development and refinement. It is like having the guiding hand of a bonsai master beside you.
The high quality photographs clearly show in fine detail the beauty of each bonsai. Photographs are freely used to illustrate important topics as well as a gallery of developed classical bonsai masterpieces. The Japanese articles we use are translated by bonsai professionals who know the topic and are extensively edited for our English language readers who demand exact and accurate information.
Each magazine also includes local and mail order sources for bonsai and supplies. Our high standards of excellence are reflected throughout each well edited issues from the informative and inspirational articles and photos to the actual design, photography, printing and distribution.
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