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Besides being an enjoyable hobby and de-stressing, growing bonsai plants in one’s garden, balcony or window sill, can also make the home vibrant and green. Anyone who is interested in gardening and has a little space on a window sill or balcony, can nurture bonsai trees. You will need some basic knowledge about bonsai gardening and some skill and patience. You can opt for training from a professional, or try learning the basics of bonsai gardening, using resources on the internet. You will also need a few basic tools to grow the bonsai plant at home – pots specifically made for bonsai plants, compost and soil. ...

Besides being an enjoyable hobby and de-stressing, growing bonsai plants in one’s garden, balcony or window sill, can also make the home vibrant and green. Anyone who is interested in gardening and has a little space on a window sill or balcony, can nurture bonsai trees. You will need some basic knowledge about bonsai gardening and some skill and patience. You can opt for training from a professional, or try learning the basics of bonsai gardening, using resources on the internet. You will also need a few basic tools to grow the bonsai plant at home – pots specifically made for bonsai plants, compost and soil.

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During World War II, a B-29 bomber known as the "Enola Gay" dropped the first atomic bomb over the city of Hiroshima, Japan, killing hundreds of thousands of people. Among the survivors was a small tree, a Bonsai, which ended up in the United States as part of a national gift from Japan. The Bonsai, now 400 years old, is still alive, and forms part of one of the most striking collections in the U.S. capital. ...

During World War II, a B-29 bomber known as the Enola Gay dropped the first atomic bomb over the city of Hiroshima, Japan, killing hundreds of thousands of people. Among the survivors was a small tree, a Bonsai, which ended up in the United States as part of a national gift from Japan. The Bonsai, now 400 years old, is still alive, and forms part of one of the most striking collections in the U.S. capital.

 

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Wow thats gorgeous 😅

Imraan Khan Riaz Khan

Interesting post. But for the record the atomic bomb was dropped over Hiroshima on 6 August 1945 (i.e. 73 years ago, not 65 years ago). Just saying. Amazing Bonsai. Thanks.

This bonsai could soon become the last living witness to the brutal realities of World War II

I was born on that day.

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Great special on compost available from Legacy Garden Centre - 450 Kassier Road in Hillcrest - Extended Sale.

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Legacy Bonsai Nursery 
Lance Shuttleworth
Phone:  +27 82 500 1026
Email: lance@legacybonsai.co.za
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Alan Grant
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