Ash are fast growing trees with opposing compound leaves. Identification is made easy thanks to the black buds.Read More
Field maples are often found in hedges and along countryside lanes. Their leaves reduce well. Unfortunately the branches do not ramify as fine as some of the Japanese maples and it is for this they are fairly uncommon as bonsai.Read More
Privets are a group of plants with somewhat ovate opposite leaves and smooth leaf edges.Read More
Many tree species are used as bonsai. Identification is at times dificult and keeping track of the treatment even more so. In this article we look at Taxus as a family for bonsai and how to care of them, as part of our section on shot-needled conifers for bonsai.Read More
Ulmus parviflora for bonsai
. Is a great species for people that want fine twigs and tight foliage.
Japanese Maple as bonsai
. one of the speciees with the most delicate foliage and an instant favour for most people that see this plant. The japanese maple makes excellent bonsai!
Ficus microcarpa as bonsai
. Sold by the thousands daily, the typical ficus retusa / micropcarpa is not per se a good plant for bonsai. However, when working these species, some excellent plants can be grown.
Sageretia Theezans as bonsai. A nice subtropical plant very well suited for bonsai.Read More