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a dwarfed ornamental tree or shrub grown in a tray or shallow pot

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Prices for Bonsai Teppanyaki are on a per-person basis and include all appetizer selections, entre and dessert.
The Special Exhibits Wing features the work of local bonsai enthusiasts and pieces from the permanent collection with seasonal interest.
In 1998, a group of Bonsai lovers established Pakistan Bonsai Society.
Bonsai artists train and dwarf trees through pruning, trimming and wiring plants with a clear sense of the final design of the tree.
According to a police report published last year, there are now some 400 varieties of bonsai found in Turkey.
BONS TREE Artificial bonsai SAVE BONSAI TREE Artificial bonsai tree, Dunelm, www.
A GARDENER was left heartbroken after thieves stole his collection of bonsai trees.
NEW YORK -- Many people have a bonsai story: a first bonsai, a struggling bonsai.
One of our latest escapades with our granddaughters brought Debbie and me to the Montreal Botanical Garden and its collection of bonsai trees, one of the largest outside of Asia.
Kobayashi, a Japanese landscape designer who studied bonsai in Portland, OR, introduces his user-friendly style of keshiki ("landscape") bonsai.
3 -- A French designer has developed with a digital bonsai tree, which can charge gadgets like smartphones and tablets.
He is the President of the Brantford Bonsai Society and is honoured we have asked him to demonstrate the fine art of bonsai.
New Carnival Breeze to debut Sushi restaurant and outdoor BBQ Carnival Cruise LinesO new 130,000-ton Carnival Breeze, which will enter service June 3, will feature two new restaurantsNa full-service sushi restaurant called Bonsai Sushi and an open-air barbecue venue called Fat JimmyOs C-Side BBQ.
El ingeniero agronomo Emigdio Trujillo Sanchez se inicio en este arte en 1974, cuando importaba arboles bonsai de Los Angeles, Florida y Sarasota.