Beginner Bonsai

Guide for the Beginner Bonsai Tree

Beginner Bonsai
Beginner Bonsai

Must agree the following plants are some of the best bonsai starter plants.

If you are a new to bonsai, it is important to understand:

When Certain plants are recommended …

Choose the type of species that are suitable for your climate. Not all bonsai trees are the same. Many of the hard woody plants and tropical plants that can be used as a bonsai, but not all species are suitable for your location. When choosing the species, you must consider the adverts had where it will grow. For example, some trees will die in cold weather, while other tree species “requires” a low temperature and prepare him for life in the spring. Before starting to make a bonsai tree, make sure you select a species that can live in your area – if you would put your bonsai tree outdoors.

  1. One type of bonsai is good for beginners is juniper. This tree is able to survive throughout the northern hemisphere and even in areas with temperate southern hemisphere. In addition, the juniper tree easy to maintain – they respond well when trimmed and for “training” the other, because it is a juniper tree with green leaves that will continue throughout the year.
  2. Other species that can be used as bonsai trees are pine, fir, and various cedars. The Japanese maple is beautiful, like a magnolia tree, elm, and oak. Also, a tropical tree that is not hardwood, such as jade and snow rose, is the right choice for the environment in the room with cold climates or moderate.
Beginner Bonsai
Beginner Bonsai

Decide whether you plan to have a tree indoors or outdoors. Bonsai tree needs in and outside the room certainly different. In general, in the room will be drier and receives less sunlight than outdoors, so you should choose a tree that requires little sunlight and moisture. Below are described several varieties of bonsai trees are the most common, grouped by environmental suitability.

  1. In the room: Ficus, Hawaiian Umbrella, Serissa, Gardenia, Camellia, Kingsville Boxwood.
  2. Outside the room: Juniper, Cypress, Cedar, Maple, Birch, Beech, Ginkgo, Larch, Elm.
  3. Remember some varieties are quite flexible, such as juniper, suitable to be kept outside and indoors, as long as the treated appropriately.