Bonsai - the main types and styles of bonsai
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We have previously described in one of his articles on the flower portal in Belarus about the history of bonsai. Today we tell about the kinds of these wonderful plants. Hopefully this article will be useful for novice gardeners Belarus.

Bonsai - the main types and styles of bonsai

Currently, there are the following styles of bonsai:

Tekkan (Chokkan) Formal direct style (tekkan) - in the traditional style of the trunk is straight, thickening at the root.
Moegi (Moyogi) A tree planted in informal direct style (moegi) branches or the trunk may be slightly curved. The tip of the trunk is always on a straight line emanating perpendicular to the ground at the spot where it starts to root.
Juice (Sokan) juice ("double barrel") - it is a composition that differs from the others by the presence of two trunks. They may be different in size and form one crown.
Syakan (Shakan) Italic style (syakan) differs from the formal straight style only in that tree growth is at an angle to the ground.
Kengay (Kengai) Cascade (kengay) simulates the growth of trees near the water or on mountains. The full cascade vertex of this tree is growing abroad pot and falls well below the soil, located in the pot.
Han-kengay (Han-Kengai) Khan kengay - it polukaskadny style. In polukaskade rising crown is at ground level bowls.
Netsunagari (Netsunagari) Netsunagari - a style that mimics the form of trees, which flooded part of the trunk or covered with earth. Branches of such plants grow as individual trees.
Budzingi (Bunjingi) (Literary style) Style pundits "which is characterized by straight trunk of the tree, with a minimum of branches.
Sekidzedzyu (Sekijoju) Sekidzedzyu - "the root of the stone" - is a tree (usually fig) grows Owned by natural stone. The trunk of this bonsai is located directly on the rock, and roots bizarre twist around it.
Isidzuki (Ishitsuki) Isidzuki or "growing-on-rock" style of bonsai is similar in style sekidzedzyu, but in this case, the tree roots grow in the crevices of the stone. Since the space for the roots in this case a little, this style is used to illustrate the endurance of the tree.
Hokidati (Hokidachi) Hokidati - so-called "broom style", which is normally used on trees with spreading branches. The trunk is straight and the branches are growing around it about 1 / 3 of tree height, so that the leaves form a shape like a ball.
UTN Ve (Youse-Ue) «ESE Wehe" or group of trees - a style in which grow more than 9 trees in a single composition. Their number varies, but is almost never equal to 4 (the word "si" - "four" in Japanese is consonant with the word "death"). Often in a pot plant trees of the same species, and the beauty of the composition is a combination of heights and ages of these trees.
Ikadabuki (Ikadabuki) - a multilateral style bonsai ikadabuki (plotoobrazny style), differs in that it mimics a tree fell in a swamp, the base has the shape of a raft educated lying on the ground the trunk, from which grow different-sized trees.

In the next articles about plants and flowers, we will tell their patrons about caring for bonsai, as well as tell you how to grow bonsai in Belarus, where you can buy inexpensive bonsai in Minsk - although it may have access to bonsai and other cities of our country.


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