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Itoigawa Juniper from Nursery Stock to Bonsai Part 2 : Wiring and Styling

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After you've created shari, use wire to shape the tree!
This tutorial is a lesson on wiring, the most crucial part of cultivating the Itoigawa shinpaku juniper from seedling to bonsai!

A must-see for those who want to grow a full-fledged Itoigawa bonsai!
This tutorial thoroughly explains how to wire the tree and all the steps for a true shinpaku bonsai.

The popular Italian-born bonsai artist Mauro wires an Itoigawa shinpaku juniper and thoroughly and carefully explains everything necessary for creating a beautiful design.

The Itoigawa shinpaku juniper is known worldwide simply as "Itoigawa" and is beloved in the bonsai community even outside of Japan.

This lesson is intended for those who've already watched Part 1 and thoroughly explains the next steps of growing bonsai trees, which are wiring and shaping.

Wiring is a method of bending and styling branches and is the most fundamental technique used in bonsai art.

While focusing on the wiring technique, this video is full of other information like

◆What gauge of wire to use on which branches
◆How to wrap the wire for easier styling
◆How to shape the tree so it grows well

and many other points that every bonsai beginner will want to learn about cultivating shinpaku juniper bonsai trees.

Wiring is an essential part of cultivating alluring bonsai trees.
Simply wrapping wire anywhere won't help a tree to grow beautifully.

By learning the correct methods of wiring from a bonsai professional, even beginners can grow a unique and enthralling tree.

Take this chance to learn the secrets to wiring and styling and cultivate your very own ideal shinpaku juniper bonsai tree!

If you're a bonsai beginner, first give Part 1 a try!
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