Growing and Caring for Bonsai Trees

Growing and Caring for Bonsai Trees

The World's most famous Bonsai

The art of planting trees in containers is called Bonsai and it comes from Japan. But it is more than an art; it demands your patience. Bonsai as an art form emerged solely to charm the viewers and to show the skill and expertise of the grower. When we are talking about this art form, let us take a look at the world’s most beautiful bonsai trees. The ranking of the worlds most beautiful Bonsai trees has not changed since at least one decade. This valuable ranking tells us that their Bonsai care keepers were truly unbeatable masters. Some of these Bonsai can be admired in various museum around the world. One of the most interesting museum is the Omiya bonsai art museum that offers hundreds of different master pieces on display.

1. Shunka-en Bonsai, 800 years old and still steady ! 

Shunka-en musem
Beautiful master piece of Shunkaen bonsai is displayed at Shunkaen Museum in Tokyo

2. The Yamaki Family 389 years old White Pine

White pine
The tree survived the Hiroshima Atomic bomb. Donated to Bonsai & Penjing Museum in Washington

3. Goshin ''Protector of the spirits'', by John Naka

Goshin Bonsai
A forest planting of eleven Foemina Junipers, the earliest of which Mr. Naka began training into Bonsai in 1948.

4. The famous Juniper Bonsai by Luis Vila

Crescent Juniper Bonsai
A unique Crescent Bowl which enhances the dramatic effect of the cascade composition.

5. Juniperus Chinensis by Mauro Stemberger

Mauro Stemberger was born in 1978 in Feltre, Italy and works as an architect and Bonsai artist. 

6. Atlas Cedar by John Naka

Atlas Cedar with Shadows at the National Bonsai Museum in Washington DC. 

7. Toichi Domoto Trident Bonsai

The large trident maple since 1979 is part of Domoto Collection in California. 

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