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Starter Kit - Juniper Procumbens Make Your Own Bonsai Tree


Image: Starter Kit - Juniper Procumbens Make Your Own Bonsai Tree Sale Price: $24.95

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Starter Kit - Juniper Procumbens Make Your Own Bonsai Tree
Make your own Bonsai Tree. Everything you need to create your own bonsai tree. Kit includes the following:
  • Glazed ceramic imported container
  • Juniper Procumbens Nana (3 years old)
  • Annealed copper training wire
  • Bonsai tree soil (conifer mix)
  • Fiberglass drainage hole covers
  • Multi-colored textured rock
  • Separate typewritten instructions for potting, training and maintenance
  • Ceramic miniature figurine
  • humidity/drip tray
  • Plastic plant marker

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