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StickFish
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Wow, a whole other form of plant art...
Kusamono looks really interesting. I might try this as an accent to my bonsai. :mrgreen:
So, just to clarify...
1) Find random grass-like plant in yard.
2) Pull plant out of ground.
3) Put plant in pot.
Is that right? :lol:

Nah, I'm just kidding. I think this deserves a little research... I'm really interested. :D
"It has a beginning but no end. A bud today becomes a branch tomorrow."
"Bonsai is not the result: that comes after. Your enjoyment is what is important"
~John Naka

Victrinia Ridgeway
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Marsman wrote:Does anyone have this book? And if so, is it worth the $30?

https://www.stonelantern.com/Bonsai_Kusamono_and_Suiseki_p/b1willi-c.htm

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VERY worth the money... it's a text manual on display as far as I am concerned.

V
La belle cose prendono tempo... (Beautiful things take time...)

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I'm going to make a visit to the library soon; that book will be on my list of things to look up. :D
"It has a beginning but no end. A bud today becomes a branch tomorrow."
"Bonsai is not the result: that comes after. Your enjoyment is what is important"
~John Naka

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