How to Choose Bonsai Variants

How to Choose Bonsai Variants

Variants of Bonsai Semi-cascade, Cascade, Moyogi, etc, include Broom and Literati. Broom elms are American-based trees, which its trunk extends in a straight line on a single growth. Its circlet has a selection of minute twigs, which glow and form the shape of a broom. Broom bonsai?s are similar to Asian trees, which are cultivated for resisting Dutch elm illness, and are the Genus Zelkova. Learn more about Japanese Greybark Elm seeds to relate to the Broom Bonsai.

Literati trees have elongated, small in width trunks. The trunk grows in a straight line, slants, and/or curves somewhat. At the upper section of the tree, about a third up, branches grow from the tree, and near the top, the branches balance someone at a point.

Variants of bonsai include Italian Cypress, which is one of the Grove series. The tree grows up to 22 inches. Pistachio Grove grows up to 18 inches. Pistachio is an ancient, small Asian tree. The Mediterranean, Asian tree is a member of the cashew family, and yields hard-shell nuts. The kernel is edible. Pistachio Vera is its Latin name.

Jin or Driftwood is another variant of bonsai. Jin may have received its name from Islamic magic spirits, which the mythology of humans and animals take on forms that makes it mischievous of its supernatural powers. The notion of Jin, since it is a broken branch, could represent the soul that forms into spirits, and dies. Since Jin means, ?God,? it is likely that the Jin tree requires careful attention. Jin trees has a trunk and branches that when the elements pass on, it is used or forms driftwood. I mean don?t quote me on this theory, yet after checking a brief background it seems that this logic makes sense.

Windswept received its name, since it always appears as the tree is exposed to the wind. The branches and trunk of the tree appears as though the wind blew it in the same direction. Windswept is a good-looking, piney-like tree that curves at the roots, and up the trunk at the base of the container.

Exposed root, and Rock plants is another of bonsai?s variants. Rock plant received its name, since you can plant the tree on level rock foundations. You can also plant the tree at rocky foundations where pouches of soil reside. The variant of the rock plant is the ?Root-over-Rock.? The rock turns into soil, while the roots embrace the rock, yet the tree is planted similar as the rock plant.

Raft, Grove, Saikei, and the Cloud, and/or Umbrella tree is another of bonsais? variants. Raft trees push its arranged structure to connect together. In short, the branches grow independently as the tree rests on the side.

How to plant groves:
Grove trees line up similar to common groves. The trees should be planted in oversized trays with shallow cavities. To design the tree so that it looks like an independent growth, follow the latter instructions and cluster up to three trees, planting them so that the tree will blend.
Saikei is another of the grove trees. You must use moss, trees, minute size shrubs, and rocks to grow this bonsai. Sand and waterfalls is recommended at times when growing the Saikei.

The Cloud trees, or sometimes called the umbrella tree has a single trunk that aligns straight. At each side of the tree is a flora of lovely branches. The tree grows the multi-flora rose, or sometimes called wild climbing roses. The Latin Rosa Multi-flora has a desirable scent. The umbrella style received its name, since it produces umbrella-like branches. The cloud has many variants to name in one article.

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