If you are interested in taking care of a bonsai tree then this article will help you. This article covers some of the basic care requirement to help you in maintaining bonsai trees. Learn about caring for them, the different styles of bonsai, and much more.
Which plants are best suited for the formation of bonsai? There are many but we’ve selected 22 best trees for bonsai. Check out!
1. Japanese Maple
Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum) is chosen for bonsai primarily due to its lobed leaves, color, and its adaptability to become a bonsai. Also, there are countless varieties and the bonsai tree can be formed in a variety of styles.
Position: The Japanese Maple prefers a sunny, airy position but during great midday heat it should be placed in the light shade to prevent damaged leaves. The Japanese Maple is frost hardy even when trained as a bonsai, but it should be protected from strong frost (below -10° C / 14° F).
Styles: Formal upright, Informal Upright, Broom, Cascade