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

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One of Levin's bonsai trees is a 75-year-old juniper; another, a Scotch pine, was started in the early 1950s from a cutting of an older tree.
Peter Fielding, of Penarth, keeps bonsai trees and, inset, martial arts master Mr Miyagi in The Karate Kid
"Mr Hughes keeps bonsai trees on his window sill and says he'd asked Mr McHale on a number of occasions to trim back, and even gave him secateurs."
Marston said: "These markers are like bonsai trees. I wasn't sure I missed it and that's why I carried on."
She grew fuschias, geraniums, begonias and bonsai trees.
Q: I purchased a pair of bonsai trees while on holiday earlier this year.
Joe Grande has been growing and styling bonsai trees since 1989 and is a member of the Bonsai Society of Winnipeg.
More than 300 guests rode trolley cars to the south lawn of the White House, where organizers had constructed a white pavilion complete with bonsai trees. Both leaders nostalgically recalled how they were inspired to public service after meeting a Kennedy in Washington in the 1960s.
The Niagara Escarpment thus supports a forest of natural bonsai trees, they say.
A sheltered side yard, protected from windby the house and by a new fence, is home for Stuart Durkheimer's 30-year-old collection of bonsai trees. This serene space is open to view from the master bedroom and bath.
Enjoy a display of 200 bonsai trees judged by bonsai master Naoki Maeoka.
'We want to see him go to church again, plant bonsai trees, play with our pets, eat his favorite 'chao fan' and take care of Mama.
Cannons and weapon, garden statuary, gym equipment, Segways, musical instruments, wines and spirits and Bonsai trees add to the extensive list of lots, which is attracting international interest due to Felix's publishing interests in the United States.
Nowadays bonsai trees reflect the different tastes and times of a variety of countries and cultures.