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Meosae is a term used in bonsai art to describe the process of wiring new buds that emerge in early spring and bending them downward. This technique is important for shaping the tree form, especially for young trees that grow vigorously. Meosae is related to bonsai because it helps create a natural and balanced appearance for the miniature trees. Bonsai artists use meosae to control the direction and angle of the branches and to adjust the density and distribution of the foliage.

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