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  • n. Plural form of bonsai.


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  • I urge anyone growing giant Sequoias of novels to consider spending a year learning the art of pruning flash fiction bonsais.


  • We started noticing large holes in the bark and there were dozens of trees that were little more than bonsais: stubby oaks and ashes that had been so regularly munched on that they were multi-stemmed dwarves.

    Tobias Jones: a retreat of one's own

  • A cherry bonsai sounds delightful, all bonsais are delightful!

    Plum Yew-Inspiration And Adaptation « Fairegarden

  • Maybe Ive tipped things too far, like Leroys bonsais.

    The Fortunes of Indigo Skye

  • Frances, I have always admired bonsais and the gardeners who have the patience to grow them.

    How To-Bonsai In Hypertufa « Fairegarden

  • Especially since I have a lot of bonsais-in-making, I need a lot of moss all the year round to keep the moist cover on.

    More Moss Magic « Fairegarden

  • Some lindy hopper, some bonsais and some cheerleaders will add to our heterogeneity.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • I remember seeing exhibits on flora from Japan and the American Southwest – delicate ferns, bonsais and broadsword thrusts of yucca – and then wandering around the city before having roasted lamb in a small, too dark Greek restaurant.

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  • I remember training chrysanthemums to trail over pots by wiring them to chicken wire and even training them to be bonsais.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • It's small and limited mostly to bonsais of different kinds, and is quite trendy and probably more expensive than what is totally necessary.

    23rd April '03


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