The ancient oriental art of growing trees in dwarf form. The modern enthusiast may spend three years cultivating the "miniature" trees, mainly by root pruning and shoot trimming. Plants that can be "dwarfed" include the cedars, myrtles, junipers, oaks, cypresses, pyracanthas, and pines. Bonsai has spread worldwide, and there are many clubs devoted to it.
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