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"Bonsai Tables"



Shelf Demensions: 4" to 7" Wide, 3 1/2" to 5" Deep



Double Bonsai Tables





These gorgeous tables are made withmanzanita burl as the base with a flat piece of redwood burl as the table.Both woods have tremendous charter.
Bonsai Table: Single - Manzanita base with Redwood Table = $73.00
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Bonsai Table: Double - Manzanita Base with 2 Redwood Tables = $96.00
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Bonsai Table: Triple - Manzanita base with 3 Redwood Tables = $171.00
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Each Bonsai Table is handmadeso they vary in size, shape and color. The sizes shown above are approximate sizes but each table various some from that actual size. The pictures show a sample shape and color but all the pieces are different and the piece you receivemay not look like the actual picture show on this page.


Triple Bonsai Tables:
Shelf Demensions: 4" to 7" Wide, 3 1/2" to 5" Deep



Single Bonsai Tables:
Shelf Demensions: 4" to 7" Wide, 3 1/2" to 5" Deep



How to Grow a Redwood Tree

Redwoods require moisture and should be watered as much as fruit trees. Young trees also need their needles to be misted from time to time. In hotter climates, wateringand misting should be frequent-- two to three times per week.

Directions:

1. Insert the redwood seeds 1/2 inch deep in the top of a peat pot filled with potting soil.

2. Place this pot in a plastic bag and seal it with a rubber band.

3. Keep MOIST in a cool area with indirect light. Seeds may take up to eight weeks to germinateand must not become dry during this period. However, do not over-water.

4. When seedlings are 2 inches high, plant the peat pot in a larger container with pottingsoil. Mist the needles often, but don't over-water the roots.

5. Once the tree reaches five feet or more, it can be planted in the ground.

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