The Art of Bonsai

The Art of Bonsai

by Daphne & Cloe (Author)

Bonsai is the art of creating miniature trees, cultivating them for years in a small vase.

With this particular technique directs the plant during the growth process, to assume the shapes and dimensions required, while respecting balance completely vegetative and functional.

There is talk of bonsai art, as do bonsai is an art that involves various knowledge, both in the general field of botany, and in the more particular techniques bonsai.

All these skills are applied to grow a plant that meets certain aesthetic.

Another interesting aspect is that it is a work of art never finished: the plant continues to grow and change, so you must always look after her.

Index:

The Bonsai

Style broom upside - Hokidachi

Formal upright style - Chokkan

Informal upright style - Moyogi

Style inclined - Shakkan

Cascading Style - Kengai

Style semi-cascade - Han-kengai

Literati style - Bunjingi

Style Battered by the wind - Fukinagashi

Style double-trunk - Sokan

Style triple trunk

Style stump - Kabudachi

Style exposed root - Neagari

Style wood - Yose-ue

Rock style bonsai - Seki-Joju

Ishitsuki - Ishisuki

Style raft - ikadabuki

Style with shari - Sharimiki

Style Dry wood - Sharikan

Methods for obtaining

Watering Bonsai

The Repotting a bonsai

Parasites and diseases of bonsai

Position, temperature, and sunlight

Pruning bonsai

Spinning bonsai

Defoliation of bonsai

The foot of bonsai

The trunk of the bonsai

Cards bonsai:

Acacia

Maple

Maple

Apricot-tree

Azalea

Hackberry

Birch

Bosso

Persimmon

Camellia

Carmona

Hornbeam

Cedar of Lebanon

Celtis sinensis

Cherry

Japanese cypress

Cypress

Quince

Eleagnus

Beech crenata

European beech

Ficus Benjamin

Ash Chinese

Wisteria

Jasmine

Larch

Privet

Lilac

Melo

Pomegranate

Olive tree

Elm

Olmo Caucasus

Peach

Pino Silvestre

Oak

Rosemary

Siliquastro

Linden

Book Details

Publication Date
June 25, 2015
Publisher
Page count
244
ISBN
9782372972246
File size
4.56 MB