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Juniper Bonsai Tree - Trained (juniper procumbens nana)


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Juniper Bonsai Tree - Trained (juniper procumbens nana)
This dwarf Juniper from Japan is the most popular evergreen in the U.S. When we think of a traditional bonsai and what it should look like we think of a "Juniper Procumbens Nana". They are very hardy, long-lived and tolerate many adverse conditions. This is an excellent tree for the beginner.


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