Bonsai Trees – Mame

Mame (pronounced "Ma-May"), or tiny bonsai, are trees that measure up to three inches.  The name Mame refers to the size of the bonsai tree, not the species, so any type of tree may be included in the Mame category.

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Mame Wire Bonsai Tree Sculpture By Ken To
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This is a small but very detailed wire bonsai tree sculpture handcrafted by ken to in a custom pot. the sculpture stands approximately 2.5 inches tall.


Bonsai (RD Home Handbooks)
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The best bonsai book on the market! a complete guide to the art of bonsai, from design and choosing the tree, to pruning, wiring and propagating. it offers precise step-by-step instructions on how to work with each of the 15 classic bonsai styles.

Bonsai Miniatures - quick and easy
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This book is dedicated to the smallest category of bonsai, descriptively called in japanese, mame bonsai or bean size bonsai. the limit of the smallest category is usually no more than two inches in height, though some of our examples are as tall as four inches, which overlaps into the next grouping...

Mame-bonsai Arrangement with Rich Color Photographs Japanese Book
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Mame-bonsai arrangement with rich color photographs japanese book

Bonsai with Japanese Maples
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with their delicate foliage, seasonal color changes, and intricate pattern of branching, japanese maples are among the most popular and suitable plants for bonsai design. in this long-awaited book, internationally renowned expert peter adams discusses both the specific horticultural needs of japane...

Bonsai
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Bonsai is the ancient japanese art of dwarfing and shaping trees in small containers to produce miniature versions of mature trees. a single bonsai may only be a foot tall, but looks identical to a full-grown tree in nature. careful trimming, pruning, wiring, and other techniques are necessary to pr...