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For Sale: Dried Bonsai

Discussion in 'Equipment Classifieds' started by koganm, Dec 9, 2016.

  1. koganm

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    Hi Guys,

    I have a dried bonsai tree for sale. +- 60cm high and 20cm across. Would be excellent in a tree scape.

    R500 neg.

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  3. lloydfox

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    where are you based?

    any more information on the type of wood etc?
     
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    koganm

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    Alberton AH or Rosebank WH

    Not really, just know that the wood seems hard.
     
  5. reefcraze

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    available?
     
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    koganm

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    Yep
     
  7. WindPomp

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    is the bonsai still available?
     
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    koganm

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    yep
     
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    How do you keep wood like this from sinking?
     
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    You tie a rock to it and eventually it stays submerged.

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