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A dwarf tree is a type of tree that has been genetically modified or grafted to limit its growth and size. Dwarf trees are often used for ornamental purposes, such as bonsai, or for fruit production in small spaces, such as balconies or patios. Dwarf trees have the same characteristics and needs as their normal-sized counterparts, but they require less pruning, watering and fertilizing. Dwarf trees can also be more resistant to pests and diseases, as they have less foliage and branches to attract them.

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