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Artificial Crabapple Bonsai Tree

Image: Artificial Crabapple Bonsai Tree Sale Price: $59.95

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Artificial Crabapple Bonsai Tree
The fruit and branches of this artificial tree are created from luna clay, making them very flexible and, therefore, can be adjusted to your personal preferences or left as shown in the image. The hand-painted fruit is so life-like that you can almost taste the small apples. The trunk is curved and has a nice taper. This tree will retain its beauty for many years to come and can be cleaned with a slightly dampened cloth.

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