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Beginner's Bonsai Book

Beginner's Bonsai Book

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Beginner's Bonsai Book

Longueur:
49 pages
29 minutes
Éditeur:
Sortie:
May 7, 2013
ISBN:
9781301641338
Format:
Livre

Description

All of the above are associated with the Art of Bonsai. If you are seeking a new hobby outside of the normal garden variety, this might be an option for you.

The history of bonsai is left to interpretation. One school of thought says it originated in Japan, some say Korea but the generally accepted history lays claim to China, during the Han Dynasty (206 B.C. - 220 A.D.)

That same school of thought shows the migration to Japan during the Heian period (794 - 1191A.D.) and the eventual western delivery began in the late 1800s to early 1900s in Europe.

Regardless of what school of thought you might prefer, the Art of Bonsai represents a significant following for those who are seeking a peaceful outlook for ones creativity.

Having a bonsai hobby can, as our headline suggests, give much pleasure to the followers. It is not, however, a good outlet for someone who is looking for instant and immediate gratification.

Bonsai is all about the process. A pleasurable outlet yes, but it also requires persistence and patience. One does not begin a bonsai creation and leave it to foster it's own growth.

Patience and persistence pays off in great dividends for the long term. That is part of the beauty of bonsai. . .the journey; the evolution of a project is much more than a snip here and a cut there.

...but I don't have a green thumb!

When beginning a bonsai journey, having the right tools and resources is imperative. A "green thumb" applies to original gardening of flowers and vegetables. In fact, that could be a detriment to your bonsai education.

That is why we highly recommend our guide, "The Beginners Bonsai Book."

Ask yourself these three questions:
What if you could find a hobby that was peaceful and quiet?
What if you were able to begin almost immediately?
What if there were a way to insure success?
Well, there is and you can. If you are like many people, you may have explored the idea of gardening as a hobby. The problem is finding out how to go about it when you have no experience.

Typical gardening requires you to know a whole lot about many plants and vegetables and the problem is that everything about it is difficult to read and understand.

"The Beginners Bonsai Book" completely supplants the requirement for a degree in horticulture. What you need is a practical guide that isn't full of technical jargon.

You need a simple, easy to follow guide about how to get started. We have just the ticket. You need "The Beginners Bonsai Book."
and some of the best parts are . . .
It isn't full of technical verbiage. It’s a very easy read.
It gets right to the details. The author does what he teaches!
The author, Paul Kennedy, has created a short, but very comprehensive guide that takes you by the hand and teaches what you need to know in simple, plain language.

Éditeur:
Sortie:
May 7, 2013
ISBN:
9781301641338
Format:
Livre

À propos de l'auteur

Paul Kennedy was born and bred in Liverpool. After working as a reporter, chief reporter, and News Editor for the Liverpool Daily Post and Echo, he moved on to national newspapers working for both the News of the World and The People. Fed-up of spending all day sat outside the houses of “C” and often “D” list celebrities, Paul left the North West of England to work as News Editor on an evening paper in Cheltenham. The Carpet King of Texas is his debut novel. Paul lives in Stroud with his partner Karen and two cats, Vince and Dave. He currently freelances for national newspapers in between writing his second book.

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Beginner's Bonsai Book - Paul Kennedy

Beginner’s Bonsai Book

By Paul Kennedy

Copyright 2013 by Paul Kennedy

Published by CReader Publishing at Smashwords

Smashwords License Statement

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About the Author

Paul Kennedy has been interested in bonsai for several years.

He started doing it after seeing a display and talking to the organizer who invited him to visit their nursery.

Paul thought it would be much easier than it turned out to be. But, he says that he has got a lot of benefits from his new hobby.

I was looking for something which would encourage me to relax and take my mind away from the pressures of the business I was in.

Growing bonsai gives me great satisfaction and a complete break from the work I do.

There’s always something new and unlimited possibilities to explore."

Paul write his book to show people that almost anyone can do bonsai whatever their background or situation.

Bonsai has an image which puts off some people – they see it as requiring a lot of study.

It does require a commitment but most people can arrange their bonsai activities to fit around their other commitments and past times.

I must emphasize that I can’t guarantee 100% success with all your future bonsai ventures. But, I will help you to improve your results and save time, effort and money.

Bonsai gives me great satisfaction. It is mentally challenging but is within the capabilities of almost anyone, whatever their situation, age or other circumstances.

"Bonsai can give us gentle physical exercise, mental challenges and help us to relax

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