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October 29, 2006




You mention that grafting can be used to bring foliage closer to the trunk but it's a little unclear about the exact way of doing this. I guess with deciduous trees you take a bud and graft it but I understand that a small pine twig is normally used not a bud.

I know the Japanese use this technique a lot when developing bonsai.

If possible could you post an article on how to do this for Pine and deciduous trees? I have not been able to find any good information on this technique especially for pines.

bonsai guide

Thanks for the post, this was very informative :)


Does this also work with cyrus? dwarfs. The blooms are to large to down size. Thank you Sky

Lee Gonzales

This is the most thoroughly comprehensible article I have read on grafting. The question I have is about a rooting solution in powder form. I use it to propogate new root formation on cuttings and have had a great deal of success with it. Can I use this solution to accelerate cell development for the sake of faster recovery and callousing of new grafts? Thanks again for all you do.
Lee Gonzales/ Dallas, Tx.


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Hello.This article was really fascinating, especially since I was looking for thoughts on this subject last Sunday.

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