How to Make Shohin Juniper Bonsai from Cuttings

The Japanese term Shohin means "something small", so in bonsai jargon, it denotes that the size of the tree is even smaller than that of a normal bonsai.

Although there are no strict rules, trees less than 25 cm tall are considered Shohin size, however, experts believe that any tree that can be held in the air with one hand can be called Shohin, which gives an idea of what height is not the most important thing.

Juniper trees are an especially popular choice for bonsai due to their easy care requirements and attractive foliage.

In this video, you will learn a simple method by which you can make your own Shohin Juniper Bonsai from cuttings!

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Source: Eisei-en Bonsai

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