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A look into different styles of Bonsai

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A look at the different styles of bonsai

With the years, the basic styles of bonsai have evolved, and these are used to set specific guidelines for classification and style of these miniature trees . First, the style of bonsai describes how the tree and all its components have carved such as windswept, abstract or naturalistic. By being aware of the different styles of bonsai, it will be easier for you to train your plant to describe a style that will enhance your overall appearance.

basic styles of Bonsai trees

The following are some of the common styles of bonsai trees, including the features and specifications of each.

1. Informal Upright

This style is typical not only bonsai plants, but also in nature. The good thing about this style is that it can be applied to a wide range of species. the ability to twist a log shown, change direction and turn with multiple bends along its entire length, while maintaining vertical growth. It is also noted that in this style, branches are able to leave the outside of bends.When studied closely, the silhouette of a bonsai plant with informal upright form is like an irregular triangle. Some species that have the informal upright style include junipers and pine trees, and are usually with large branch and horizontally with the defined set of foliage.

informal upright

2. Formal Vertical

Bonsai plants with a formal vertically have trunks that are totally straight or upwards. The ideal way is when the trunk shows a conicity equal originates from the base to its apex. This style trees growing in open conditions where you do not need to compete for food with other plants is also similar. Its branches also have a slightly falling or horizontal, as if not severely loaded by snow during the winter months. Excellent species is exceptional formal upright style include cypress swamp, cedar, and yew, among some other types of coniferous plants.

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formal upright

3. The inclination style

tree trunks are styled in this way have oblique, which grow toward the light. They may also have the straight or curved trunk as if exposed to strong winds, and protected areas are generally lower than those found on the other side of the trunk. Moreover, the roots should appear as if the tree are anchored to prevent it from falling. Moreover, the roots on the other side are compressed and cut while the other half of the roots anchor the plant in the ground.

slanting style

4. Broom Style

Most trees located along orchards or streets city ​​have this kind of growth. For this form of bonsai, deciduous species are flattened to give them that look different having radial branches. There are also some styles broom on the main trunk line extends from the base of the trunk to its apex, while others have a few branches have a certain degree of branching or ramification of the branches.

broom style

5. Cascade Style

This style is quite unique, as it represents the tip of the trunk not the top of the tree. Moreover, this image shows the tree as if it is growing out of one side of the cliff branches cascading down. As trees grow naturally in a vertical position, it can be challenging to maintain the vitality of a bonsai is forced to go down. Therefore, this style is not recommended for beginners because of the complex technical training tree for the cascade style.

cascade bonsai

No matter where trees grow, are affected by diseases and other environmental factors that also alter its forms. By looking at what nature does to shape a tree, you will be able to create a beautiful bonsai that resembles their natural appearance. Therefore, the cultivation of bonsai is a work of art rather than just a shrub that grows in a pot.

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A look into different styles of Bonsai

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