How to Bonsai Rhododendron Plants.?

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1. Select a healthy plant in the rhododendron family. Satsuki, Rhododendron indicum, or Kurume azalea are popular choices among bonsai enthusiasts. 2. Determine a style for your bonsai. Rhododendrons lend themselves well to root-over-rock,
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