"These miniature gems…are tiny enough to fit anywhere yet bold enough to make a dynamic impact."
“I must admit that after reading [Kobayashi’s] book I’m ready to try my hand at one of the garden arts I had considered beyond my ability…One gets a nice feel for his enchanting personal landscape, a sort of bonsai gestalt that may inspire many more trees to be grown in Brooklyn.”
"Contains easy-to-follow, step-by-instructions to create counter-intuitive (and simplified) bonsai landscapes.”
I love this book, it is full of rich colors, personal stories, as well as tons of informative information on keshiki bonsai and unique ways to create your own. Read morePublished 8 months ago by B. E. Soukup
This book is easy to read, follow and understand. The description and pictures are beautifully presented. Will recommend to others.Published 15 months ago by Laraine Heirakuji
I like the stray away from the more traditional presentations in other Bonsai text and find the minimalist and miniature approach much more accessible and achievable. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bruce King