They involve Chinese Shade and Ornamental Trees. Many are evergreen and some have exotic blooms and color.
Below is the description of some of the types of trees.
The Juniper bonsai tree is by far the most popular genre of bonsai saplings used, as a result of the ease of growth and keeping alive. The branches of a Juniper have flexible branches, making it easy to shape and prune for both beginners and bonsai enthusiasts alike. Junipers are found all over China, making it easily obtainable and ready to prune.
The Chinese elm bonsai is another popular selling tree thanks to the beautiful leaves and the unique twisted tree trunk. This beautiful bonsai is strong, durable and flexible if you are a new to bonsai and forget to water or prune regularly. The Chinese elm adapts to either indoor or outdoor climates, which makes it an extraordinarily favorite choice for bonsai.
The third most well-known bonsai is a beautiful specimen with broad leaves that is ideal for pruning. The Ficus bonsai tree has a thick trunk and wide roots that adapt well to many environments. The strong wood should be kept indoors, which makes the bonsai popular for individuals who reside in the city and do not have room to grow trees outdoors.
The cypress bonsai trees are popular and may be found in the genus of pine and palm trees. The bonsai trees have thick green foliage, with a variety of branches that makes it the perfect bonsai for trimming and maintenance. Many like the cypress bonsai tree thanks to the unique beauty and exotic appearance.
The Satsuki Azaleas bonsai tree is a popular bonsai thanks to the beautiful flowers that bloom tight small flowers that are perfect for small plants. The plant blooms at least two times a year, makings it popular during those times. The marvelous bonsai tree can appear in a variety of colors and is considered to be a very feminine bonsai tree.
This Chinese tree list is made from a list of favorites bought in garden nurseries throughout China. There are many other exotic and beautiful trees that may be planted as a bonsai and have yet of being seen. Regardless of which magnificent Chinese plant that you chose, you are sure to have an excellent conversational piece!
Credit to Smoky Mountain Tree Service for the idea of the article.