Bonsai Trees Show in the City Garden – Gardening and Hobby 12

Friday, November 20, 2020

 

Fig 01- A bonsai tree called as weeping fig (Ficus benjamina)


We just visit a kind of bonsai show by our city bonsai society recently. The show was not that big, just less than 100 trees.


Our city bonsai society also presented:

- lectures and demonstrations

- discuss between members and visitors about caring bonsai trees

- sale different types of bonsai trees.


You may be know that bonsai is a small tree by design, not because of genetic. Simple ways to make bonsai are:

- pot confinement

- root reduction

- defoliation

- prune and trim

- wiring and clamping


Fig 02- Chinese elm (Ulmus parvifolia)


There are many good trees for bonsai, just some of them are:

- pine

- azalea

- olive

- Indian banyan

- Chinese elm

- Fukien tea

- Crape myrtle

- Ficus benjamina

- Pomegranate

- Common beech


Fig 03- Bonsai from variety of plants


In the USA, the most popular tree for bonsai is a pine. It is because:

- pine is easy to shape with a lot of styles

- ever green

- full grown to 40 years


Fig 04- Visitors for bonsai show


The pines for bonsai, mainly come from native:

- New Mexico

- Colorado


It is said that bonsai pine trees is good if we place indoor. They grow well in the constant room temperature, and in position under light.


Do you love bonsai? What kind of bonsai trees?

23 comments:

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      Bonsai Trees Show in the City Garden – Gardening and Hobby 12
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      Fig 01- A bonsai tree called as weeping fig (Ficus benjamina)

      We just visit a kind of bonsai show by our city bonsai society recently. The show was not that big, just less than 100 trees.

      Our city bonsai society also presented:
      - lectures and demonstrations
      - discuss between members and visitors about caring bonsai trees
      - sale different types of bonsai trees.

      You may be know that bonsai is a small tree by design, not because of genetic. Simple ways to make bonsai are:
      - pot confinement
      - root reduction
      - defoliation
      - prune and trim
      - wiring and clamping

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  2. I have not heard of these trees before, but they are very pretty
    best regards

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  3. I would like to visit bonsai show. I like bonsai trees and planning get one for myself.

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    1. Thanks-
      Bonsai Trees Show in the City Garden – Gardening and Hobby 12
      -
      Fig 02- Chinese elm (Ulmus parvifolia)

      There are many good trees for bonsai, just some of them are:
      - pine
      - azalea
      - olive
      - Indian banyan
      - Chinese elm
      - Fukien tea
      - Crape myrtle
      - Ficus benjamina
      - Pomegranate
      - Common beech

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  4. This tree looks fantastic ;) I like it ;)

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  5. I have always been curious about bonsai--but haven't had enough time to invest in growing such a tree. I've been to a few shows of the trees and am amazed at the beauty of them.

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    You're welcome.

    Great post. I like bonsai trees, they look nice.
    Have a great weekend too

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  7. Bonsai Bäume sind ja eine Kunst für sich. Leider in Deutschland noch nicht so beliebt. LG Romy

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      Bonsai Trees Show in the City Garden – Gardening and Hobby 12
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      Fig 03- Bonsai from variety of plants

      In the USA, the most popular tree for bonsai is a pine. It is because:
      - pine is easy to shape with a lot of styles
      - ever green
      - full grown to 40 years

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  9. How nice that you had that show to attend. I have seen some at the local flower store and they are really neat. Have a great Thanksgiving!

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  10. I've seen most often pine bonsai trees. They're beautiful!

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  11. Hi, Tanza! ^^

    I've always loved bonsais! They're so beautiful! *-*
    Really interesting post, as always :D
    Kisses! ^^

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      Bonsai Trees Show in the City Garden – Gardening and Hobby 12
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      Fig 04- Visitors for bonsai show

      The pines for bonsai, mainly come from native:
      - New Mexico
      - Colorado

      It is said that bonsai pine trees is good if we place indoor. They grow well in the constant room temperature, and in position under light.

      Do you love bonsai? What kind of bonsai trees?

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  12. Andaikan papaku masih hidup sekarang ini, beliau pasti senang lihat pameran bonsai ini.

    Dahulu beliau cukup banyak berekperimen membuat bonsai dari beragam jenis pohon, diantaranya pohon mangga dan kelapa.

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  13. They are very beautiful and cute. :-)

    Best reagrds

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  14. I like bonsai, it looks very nice, like a work of art. Once someone gave me a bonsai as a gisft, it was a ficus but sadly it didn't survived. Obviously I am not good with this kind of plant :P

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  15. Once I bought one to give my mother on her birthday!! She loved it!
    xoxo

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  16. I really like bonsai, they are beautiful.
    I wish you a wonderful week.

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    1. Thanks-
      Bonsai Trees Show in the City Garden – Gardening and Hobby 12
      -
      Fig 01- A bonsai tree called as weeping fig (Ficus benjamina)

      We just visit a kind of bonsai show by our city bonsai society recently. The show was not that big, just less than 100 trees.

      Our city bonsai society also presented:
      - lectures and demonstrations
      - discuss between members and visitors about caring bonsai trees
      - sale different types of bonsai trees.

      You may be know that bonsai is a small tree by design, not because of genetic. Simple ways to make bonsai are:
      - pot confinement
      - root reduction
      - defoliation
      - prune and trim
      - wiring and clamping

      Delete