Bonsai Wire

Using wire for bonsai was first mentioned in 1910 in Sanyu-en Bonsai-Dan (History of Bonsai in the Sanyu nursery)1. Zinc-galvanized steel wire was initially used2. Expensive copper wire was only used for trees that had real potential. Magical Miniature Landscapes

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Footnotes

  1. “The Books on Bonsai and Related Arts, 1900 – 1949”. Magical Miniature Landscapes. Retrieved 2016-09-13.
  2. Yamada, Tomio (2005). “Fundamentals of Wiring Bonsai”. International Bonsai (4): 10.

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