What’s great about Bonsai is that it is dubbed as a beautiful living art. Most Bonsai trees evolved in a span of time. These changes can be seen particularly among deciduous tree which alters through the season. They bore flowers, grow fruits, or in some cases, transform the leaves’ color. With that, you’ll see how Bonsai looks like during summer and spring.
Otherwise known as Japanese Maples, this deciduous shrub enjoys fantastic spring colors. Their plush and bright new leaves appear with a different hue. This creates an exhibition of lively leaf color in the dreary landscape. If you are fond of Acer Palmatum, you can simply combine them with other species which have beautiful features to achieve a bold effect throughout the season.
Did you know that Malus Kaido can be utilized as Bonsai too? Generally, they are grown due to their pretty flower as well as their pleasant, tiny fruit during springs and are accurate scale for having a bonsai. These shrubs can either pollinate other same species close to them or seld-pollinate.
They are the perfect option for several bonsai styles except for forest, windswept, literati or driftwood.
Typically, accent plants are popularly used as bonsai displays these past few decades. They are being used to feature the tree on display as well as to highlight an atmosphere of a certain scene. Most of the time, dwarf hosta is employed for a forest setting or other interesting grass.
Also known as Japanese Yew, Taxus cuspidate are a great option for bonsai as they are easy to carve. They maintain their dark green foliage all year round (even during summer or spring).
There are a lot more bonsai plants which feature vibrant colors every spring!