Bonsai Trees / Plants and Shops


My bonsai adapt to changes in the position of light in two days (stems / branches always bend towards the light to ensure photosynthesis and efficient growth).
My bonsai also has several Arian roots and stores all the soil completely in its small pot, grows very fast, and can be cut into shapes by cutting branches with scissors directly under new leaves.
I have already mentioned how the mini tree captivated me because it offers enormous biodiversity. In fact, I’ve found two mini snails that live on the ground around my bonsai tree! and there is always moss and mold growing around the bark (not because I water the plants!). I have planted cuttings that have grown successfully. Now my pot looks beautiful, with small “pillars” growing around my tree (the pillars are cut off by branches). Trees are good for rooms because they not only make the room more attractive, but also provide plenty of oxygen during photosynthesis.
However, I have used the natural soil of my garden and my bonsai have grown. Bonsai is a dwarf tree, so they are strong and, because of the flow of sweat, can survive in more extreme conditions than plants to cool in hot weather. It’s important to water and the skin doesn’t dry out.
In summer you can grow bonsai in the garden, I do this growth very quickly, but the soil dries very quickly and often the leaves seem to burn and die faster. According to the instructions, bonsai must be protected from direct sunlight and extreme heat, this plant is an ornamental plant.

Bonsai Trees / Plants and Shops

I can only recommend a botanist or plant enthusiast like me to take a bonsai tree. They are amazing, you will enjoy cutting them into shapes, etc.

Start your bonsai planting project.

The first thing to consider when starting to plant a bonsai tree in your own room is to choose the tree species that you want to use. Choosing trees to be used as bonsai requires consideration of the geographical location and climate of the area, because weather conditions vary from place to place, so you need to choose trees that are local to your location or easily adapted. with conditions in your area. The best results are usually achieved when using plants or trees that are endemic in your location. Choosing exotic species can cause trees to not grow properly because they cannot adapt to conditions in your area, although this is not always the case. You should wait until you are truly familiar with an expert before considering adding exotic plant species to your bonsai planting project.

Among other things, when planting bonsai trees, you need to take into account the size of the tree you want to plant. Trees appear in various sizes in nature and this also applies to bonsai trees. You might want to think about where you will place the plants in your home and you will have to decide how big the plants are in that place. Once you have a basic idea about how big or small your bonsai tree should be, you can go to a nursery or bonsai shop and find a suitable tree. However, if there are no nurseries or bonsai near you, you might have to start from the beginning and plant your seed tree. This gives you the choice to find the seed for the tree you like the most and start there.


When you start with seeds, you have to plant them in seed bags until they become seeds. After the seeds begin to grow, you need to prepare the seeds to be transferred to the pot. Transferring seeds to a pot is sometimes complicated and you have to remove most of the roots to fit in the smaller pot. Like all plants, you must be very careful when pruning the roots because these efforts can cause the plant to die. When you start to move bonsai plants to the pot, you also need to insert some cables into the plant’s root system to fit. You then need to ensure that you apply enough soil to cover the roots of your bonsai plants, which will retain moisture. Make sure the right amount of soil exceeds the roots and not too much.

Bonsai is not a genetic dwarf plant. They are made of almost all types of trees or shrubs and remain small by holding pots and cutting crowns and roots. Almost all trees or shrubs can be used to make bonsai with proper preparation and care. However, some specific types are more desirable to be used as bonsai ingredients. This is because they have features that make it suitable for smaller bonsai layout designs. There are many different ways to obtain, grow and cultivate bonsai. Some of the most common are:
* Plant bonsai from seeds
* Cuttings
* Air layer
* Transplantation

Bonsai garden in Yunyan Ta Pagoda (Cloud Rock Pagoda; Suzhou, China)
Bonsai garden in Yunyan Ta Pagoda (Cloud Rock Pagoda; Suzhou, China)
Bonsai trees display various styles in Sydney, Australia.
Bonsai trees display various styles in Sydney, Australia.
Bono bonsai in an informal upright style. This tree is more than 30 years old and is in a hidden collection of marine parks
Bono bonsai in an informal upright style. This tree is more than 30 years old and is in a hidden collection of marine parks

Bonsai is often characterized as growing on one of the many types of bonsai. In English, the most common styles are: perpendicular, tilted, perpendicular, tiered, semi-tiered, rafting, reading and writing, and groups / forest.

  • Formal upright or chokkan style,
  • Shakan or bonsai style Shakan only has a case
  • Cascading or Bonsai Kengai style
  • Imitated Netsunari salad or bonsai types
  • Literary style (Bunjin is a translation of the Chinese word wenren, which means “scientists practice in art”, and gi is derived from the Japanese ki word for “tree”).
  • Forest group or style or Yose Ue,
  • Rock or Sekijoju style root,
  • Broom or Hokidachi style
  • Multi trunk or Ikadabuki style
  • Grows on stone or Ishizuke

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