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Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should Read

Below I’ll give you my selections for the best Bonsai books by a few categories. I will cover these and other great books more in depth later.

Bonsai (101 Essential Tips) (2003)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should ReadEverything you need to know about bonsai care, maintenance, design, and arrangement. With clear explanations of bonsai and what it is, these 101 easy-to-grasp tips have everything you need to get the results you want.Build knowledge and confidence with this must-have pocket guide, filled with the essentials you’re looking for including pointers and advice on cultivating bonsai plants.
Author(s): Harry Tomlinson

Bonsai: The Art of Growing and Keeping Miniature Trees (2014)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should ReadBonsai is the ancient craft of carefully regulating the growth and shape of trees in order to produce miniature versions of mature trees.
Author(s): Peter Chan

Indoor Bonsai for Beginners: Selection – Care – Training (2005)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should ReadCreating beautiful, healthy bonsai is a wonderful skill that anyone can learn, with a little time, patience, and this all-inclusive manual.
Author(s): Werner Busch

The Bonsai Beginner’s Bible (2018)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should ReadThe Japanese and Chinese have been creating bonsai trees for centuries and it is now an internationally popular pastime. This compact and stylish guide will provide everything you need to know to grow bonsai successfully, including shaping with wires, watering, seasonal maintenance, tackling common ailments, choosing the right container, feeding and repotting.
Author(s): Peter Chan

The World of Ficus Bonsai (2019)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should ReadJerry Meislik is a well-known bonsai lecturer, demonstrator, teacher and writer. He has written articles for many of the major bonsai publications including Bonsai Journal of the American Bonsai Society and Bonsai Clubs International magazine. Jerry maintains a very active bonsai web site at www.bonsaihunk.us. There are more than 70 articles written by Jerry in various online forums and groups. The author is an acknowledged expert on the genus Ficus as it is applied to the growing of bonsai.
Author(s): Jerry Meislik

Bonsai: The Beginners Guide (2017)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should ReadHow often do I need to water my Bonsai tree? Should I prune my tree? Although caring for a Bonsai tree is not nearly as difficult as most people believe, you need to learn about some basic techniques in order to keep your tree thriving. Our beginners guide contains all the essential information you need in order to succeed. It covers the basic techniques, well illustrated with over two hundred images, and explains everything you need to know in an understandable way.
Author(s): Bonsai Empire, O. Jonker

Bonsai Survival Manual: Tree-by-Tree Guide to Buying, Maintaining, and Problem Solving (1996)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should ReadExpand your gardening repertoire as you create a captivating and exquisite miniature world. In this introductory guide, Colin Lewis covers everything you need to know to design, grow, and successfully maintain attractive bonsai.
Author(s): Colin Lewis, Jack Douthitt

The Secret Techniques Of Bonsai Tree Care: The Complete Step By Step Guide for Beginners, Bonsai Book (2019)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should Read===Buy the Paperback Version of this Book and Get the Kindle eBook Version included for FREE=== ★★★★★ Before we delve into the world of Bonsai, I would like to thank you for selecting the book “The Secret Techniques Of Bonsai: The Complete Step By Step Guide for Beginners.” I hope you find it resourceful and that it helps you truly understand the art of Bonsai.① Have you ever seen a Bonsai tree? Has the beauty of it made you feel like you wanted to grow one yourself?
Author(s): MikeNis

The Bonsai Book: The Definitive Illustrated Guide (2019)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should ReadThis 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.
Author(s): Dan Barton

Bonsai: The Complete and Comprehensive Guide for Beginners (2019)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should Read**Buy the Paperback version of this book and get the Kindle eBook version included for FREE**If you would like to discover the therapeutic pleasure of growing beautiful, robust and healthy bonsai trees, then this guide is for youHave you ever come across a beautifully maintained bonsai tree and wondered if you could cultivate that?
Author(s): Kaito Tanaka

Bonsai: The Beginner’s Guide to Cultivate, Grow, Shape, and Show Off Your Bonsai: Includes History, Styles of Bonsai, Types of Bonsai Trees, Trimming, Wiring, Repotting, and Watering (2018)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should ReadDo I need to prune or trim my Bonsai? Should I keep my Bonsai inside or outside? How do I get those famous Bonsai shapes? How often should I water my Bonsai? This book answers any and all of your questions about Bonsai trees. From growing, shaping, repotting, trimming, watering, it’s all here! While there are some basics you need to learn to keep your Bonsai flourishing, it’s not nearly as difficult as most believe.
Author(s): Masao Hideyoshi

Bonsai: The Practical Guide to Cultivating and Growing Living Art (2019)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should ReadDo 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.
Author(s): Daichi Haruka

The Bonsai Workshop (Our Garden Variety) (1996)

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should Read“For the beginning to intermediate bonsai enthusiast, outlining in straightforward fashion the essentials of the care, creation, and display of these lovely miniature treesthis book should be the only one you need.”—Booklist. #330,720 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #65 in Japanese Garden (Books) Would you like to ?If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ?
Author(s): Herb Gustafson

Best Bonsai Books Everyone Should Read

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some bonsai books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Bonsai and Houseplants for Beginners - 2 BOOKS IN 1 -: A Complete Guide to Choose, Grow and Take Care of your Bonsai and Houseplants

Author(s): Duval, Anne
ID: 2910593, Publisher: , Year: 2021, Size: 7 Mb, Format: epub

BONSAI: The Complete Handbook On How To Cultivate And Take Care Of Miniature Trees

Author(s): Sakamoto, Riku
ID: 2969537, Publisher: , Year: 2021, Size: 6 Mb, Format: epub

Happy Bonsai

Author(s): DK
ID: 2486633, Publisher: DK Publishing, Year: 2020, Size: 38 Mb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not definite. Some books are absolutely chart-busters according to Washington Post, others are composed by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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