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Book Review: Bonsai and Penjing (Win a Free Copy!)

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I am pleased to once again be asked by Tuttle Publishing to preview a book and write a review for my blog. Like with my previous reviews, they are offering a free copy to one of my followers as well! … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bountiful Bonsai Contest Winner!

A winner has been selected! I had just five entries to select from this round, but it was my first time hosting a contest and I’m hopeful to drum up more response as I continue the series of book reviews. As … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bountiful Bonsai (Repost with Giveaway Contest!)

Well, my “hint, hint” seems to have worked! 🙂 I posted this review originally on January 2, but here’s a repost. Now included is the opportunity to WIN A FREE COPY of this book! To be a contender, “like” this … Continue reading

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boZannical Design: Starting a Juniper Topiary

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Last spring a friend asked for some advice about what to do with “a couple of bushes” in front of his house. They were large and dense, and created a bit of a visual block – a safety hazard, actually … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bountiful Bonsai by Richard W. Bender

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This was a pleasant surprise for me, to be approached a few months back by Tuttle Publishing about reviewing a book. What a fun thing to do! I’ve seen other garden blogs posting reviews before, and wondered how one goes … Continue reading

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Tumblr Tuesday

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I’ve amassed another slew of pix from my boZannical Tumblr blog, so it’s time for another Tumblr Tuesday. Enjoy! Thanks for stopping by for a visit! See y’all next round…

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My First Bonsai

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A few years ago I was volunteering at school for the CCSF Environmental Horticulture Plant Bazaar. They have these plant sales twice a year at City to raise money for department scholarships and such. I don’t remember if it was … Continue reading

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