I bought this little Serissa just after my first bonsai – it had loads and loads of branches and flowers but looked a bit crowded – I’d never really pruned anything before in my life so I hacked away at it – that was last summer and I’ve learnt to leave it alone. Hopefully it will forgive me and turn into a lovely little bonsai.
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