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Bonsai grown from seeds

This is a discussion on Bonsai grown from seeds within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; Bonsai germinated from seeds. Again the only cost is time and patience. Buddhist Pine Edible ...

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    I envy your patience and time. GREAT GROWING luke

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    Are you intending to make them bonsai? I like the macrophyllus!

    This reminds me to go dig up some flowering crabapple seedlings at the base of a tree by work. My intent would be to bonsai them.

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    Duhhhh- The post's title answers my question!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chingjervis View Post
    I envy your patience and time. GREAT GROWING luke
    As a retiree,the only thing I have is patience and time.

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