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Water is Life

onsai growers often ask me for advice. Without even looking at their trees I can give them the most valuable advice they will ever get: “Water your plants!” Folks, it is that simple. Without water your plants will shrivel up and die. Yes, we all know this instinctively, but you would be astonished as to how many miniature deserts I get shown. Deserts of dried sand where not even weeds can

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