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Random Species Used In Bonsaireport

  • [Botanical name]: Ulmus crassifolia
    [Common name]: Cedar Elm
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  • [Botanical name]: Acer campestre
    [Common name]:

    Field Maple
    Hedge Maple

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  • [Botanical name]: Betula nigra
    [Common name]: River Birch
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  • [Botanical name]: Taxodium distichum
    [Common name]: Baldcypress
    [Example]: Bald Cypress, 1987-2007.jpg
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  • [Botanical name]: Olea europaea
    [Common name]: Olive, European olive
    [Example]: Olivera bonsai.jpg
    [References]: :70–71
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  • [Botanical name]: Adenium, especially Adenium obesum
    [Common name]: Desert rose
    [Example]: Adenium multiflorum Mombossa.jpg
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Bonsai and the general Bonsai are different, Bonsai need to spend time, let Bonsai grow not big. Because the basin is small, the root is small, the soil is also little, therefore must remember to water, can not neglect as the bonsai host. And to cultivate a bonsai, at least 8 years to 10 years, so I think like bonsai people must be careful and patient.

Some of the plant species suitable for Bonsai are very numerous, and this is mainly based on the preferences of different families, businesses, and businesses. The tool generates a list of only 135 species, but you can add more appropriate names if you like. When you randomly check the list, you’ll find the full scientific name of each species, Common name, sample photos, and a brief description. Owners of Bonsai tend to incorporate their artistic talent and amazing imagination.

Click the "Display All Items" button and you will get a list of species used in bonsai.

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