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Shohin Europe book in english language

Table of content from Bonsai Shohin Passion in english language

Preface 4
Why this book? 6
What is shohin? 8
Climatic conditions 10
Bonsai developments & a short profile 12-217
Acer buergerianum 14
Acer ginnala 20
Acer palmatum 22
Acer palmatum atropurpureum 42
Acer pseudoplatanus 44
Amelanchier ovalis 46
Berberis vulgaris 48
Betula pendula 50
Buxus harlandii 58
Buxus sempervirens 60
Carpinus betulus 64
Chaenomeles japonica 70
Chaenomeles japonica "Chojubai" 72
Corylus avellana 76
Cotoneaster horizontalis 78
Crateagus monogyna 82
Eonymus europaeus 84
Juniperus chinensis 88
Juniperus communis 100
Larix decidua 102
Lonicera pileata 118
Malus 124
Parthenocissus 128
Picea abies
Pinus densiflora 138
Pinus mugo 140
Pinus parviflora 144
Pinus silvestris 148
Pinus thunbergii corticosa 214
Pinus uncinata 152
Populus tremula 154
Potentilla fruticosa 158
Prunus mahaleb 164
Pseudocydonia sinensis 168
Punica granatum 170
Pyracantha 172
Quercus petraea 174
Rhododendron indicum 176
Rosa 182
Salix 192
Santolina 194
Sorbus aucuparia 196
Spiraea japonica "Little Princess" 198
Wisteria floribunda 200
Zelkova serrata 206
Different species
Aurinia saxatilis 210
Castanea sativa 210
Diospyros kaki 210
Fagus sylvatica 212
Gardenia jasminoides 212
Hippophae rhamnoides 212
Jasminum nudiflorum
Pyrus pyraster 214
Rhus sucedanea 216
Syringa persica 216
Thuja orientalis 216
Bonsai pots 218 - 227
Glazed pots 220
Unglazed pots 224
Branches 228
Branches & flowers 232
Leaves 234
Bonsai tools 242
Reproduction effected with seeds 244
Reproduction effected with cuttings 246
Reproduction effected with layering 248
Soil, fertilizer & watering 258
Repotting 260
A trick for a good nebari 268
Potting the maple 270
Fixing technique 272
Cutting 276
Cutting & plucking 278
Wiring, fixing, etc. 280
Valuable tips
Jin & Shari - Deadwood 292
Reducing height 306
The plucking of a juniper 310
Candle pinching 312
The styling of a larch 314
The styling of an azalea 322
Eliminating leaves before hibernation 328
Preparation for hibernation 330
Hibernation 332
Shohin presentation and exhibition 334
Acknowledgments 346
Table of contents 348
Tree development listed by common names 356
Glossary

Tree development listed by common names
Alyssum, Golden 210
Aspen - Quaking aspen 154
Azalea 176
Berberis 48
Beech, European 212
Birch 50
Boxwood, Common 60
Japanese Boxwood 58
Cherry, Mahaleb 164
Chestnut, Sweet 210
Cotoneaster 78
Crabapple – Wild apple 124
Firethorn 172
Gardenia 212
Hawthorn 82
Hazel, Common 76
Honeysuckle, Privet 118
Hornbeam, European 64
Jasmin, Winter 214
Juniper 88 - 101
Chinese juniper 88
Common juniper 100
Larch, European 102
Liliac, Persian 216
Maple 14 - 45
Amur Maple 20
Downy Japanese Maple 22
Redleaf Japanese Maple 42
Sycamor Maple 44
Trident Maple 14
Oak, Sessile 174
Pear, European Wild 214
Persimmon tree 210
Pine 138 - 153
Scots pine 148
Hooked pine 152
Japanese Red Pine 138
Japanese Black Pine 214
Mountain pine–mugo pine 140
Japanese white pine 144
Pomegranate 170
Quince, Chinese 168
Quince, Japanese 70 - 75
Japanese Quince 70
Japanese Quince "Chojubai" 72
Rose 182
Rowan – Mountain-ash 196
Santolina 194
Shrubby cinquefoil 158
Snowy Mespilus 46
Spindle, Common 84
Seabuckthorn, Common 212
Spirea, Japanese 198
Spruce, Norway 130
Thuja 216
Wax tree, Galls 216
Willow 192
Wild Vine 128
Wisteria, Japanese 200
Zelkova, Japanese 206


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