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  • Bonsai

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    Punica granatum, Moyogi stile, about 40 years old, from the Bonsai museum in Pescia, Italy. Bonsai at the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum Bonsai at the National Bonsai & Penjing Museum at the United States National ArboretumBonsai (, ) is the Japanese pronunciation of the Sino-Japanese word "盆栽". It is an Asian art form using cultivation techniques to produce small trees in containers that mimic the shape and scale of full size trees. Similar practices exist in East Asian cultures, including the Chinese tradition of penzai from which the Japanese version Bonsai originated, and the derivative miniature living landscapes of Vietnamese . The Japanese tradition dates back over a thousand years. The Japanese loanword "bonsai" has become an umbrella term in English, attached to many forms of potted or other plants, and also on occasion to other living and non-living things (e.g., Bonsai kitten). According to Stephen Orr in The New York Times, "the term should be reserved for plants that are grown in shallow containers following the precise tenets of bonsai pruning and training, resulting in an artful miniature replica of a full-grown tree in nature.

  • Bonsai display table

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    A bonsai display table is a piece of furniture used as an aesthetic style element for the targeted appreciation of a bonsai.

  • Bonsai

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    Punica granatum, Moyogi stile, about 40 years old, from the Bonsai museum in Pescia, Italy. Bonsai at the Omiya Bonsai Art Museum Bonsai at the National Bonsai & Penjing Museum at the United States National ArboretumBonsai (, ) is the Japanese pronunciation of the Sino-Japanese word "盆栽". It is an Asian art form using cultivation techniques to produce small trees in containers that mimic the shape and scale of full size trees. Similar practices exist in East Asian cultures, including the Chinese tradition of penzai from which the Japanese version Bonsai originated, and the derivative miniature living landscapes of Vietnamese . The Japanese tradition dates back over a thousand years. The Japanese loanword "bonsai" has become an umbrella term in English, attached to many forms of potted or other plants, and also on occasion to other living and non-living things (e.g., Bonsai kitten). According to Stephen Orr in The New York Times, "the term should be reserved for plants that are grown in shallow containers following the precise tenets of bonsai pruning and training, resulting in an artful miniature replica of a full-grown tree in nature.

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