Are you new to Bonsai..Please read this.

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hamish wrote:Thanks for this post,I've just signed on after discovering this site and its the first post I've read, also I'm a total beginner and seeking as much info as possible particularly in regards to the tools I will need so if anyone has any advice I'd be all ears in the meantime I'll keep researching....Thanks...hamish
Check the wiki page for some ideas
https://www.ausbonsai.com.au/wiki/index.php?title=Tools

ps Welcome too :-)

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Thanks everyone on this forum iam learning heaps about what I should be doing and what I shouldn't I have inherited some bonsais from my late mother who was not a real enthusiast but a realy good gardener and I have managed to keep them alive for 3 yrs now and also added to the collection and iam learning real quickly that Bunnings dosent always have good stock and that I might have to join a bonsai club
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there are a few Bonsai Shows on the central coast to to have a look at to whet your appetite.
They well worth while visiting to get to see some really good trees and get to talk to members there

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I am new in bonsai and find this thread helpful for those who like me.
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Great advice!
Thank you bodhidharma.

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banong wrote:Great advice!
Thank you bodhidharma.

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samland wrote:I am new in bonsai and find this thread helpful for those who like me
I am pleased the thread has helped you samland.
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