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Commiphora forest trim down

You would think that I would have found plenty of spare time during the Covid-19 lockdown to work on my plants, but as things happen, I have been busier than ever. As a consequence, some of my bonsai have suffered from a bit of neglect. The Commiphora harveyi forest you see in the photos is one of them.

is a very common tree in Zululand, and is found throughout the wetter parts of our country. It is often called a

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