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Bonsai Video Instructional Guide - VHS Format


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Bonsai Video Instructional Guide - VHS Format
Produced by the Brooklyn Botanical Garden. Excellent instructional guide for the individual. Watch repeatedly to learn general care, culture, shaping and pruning in exacting detail.
22 minutes long.

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