About Bonsai


What is bonsai?

Generally, when we talk about bonsai it merely means the art of creating miniature trees small enough to be planted in a small shallow pot. However, the answer is only partially correct…

Bonsai art

Bonsai is an art that involves a host of gardening techniques, disciplines and creative flair that adds beauty and styles to the tree.

There are no secrets in creating bonsai. Anyone can create a beautiful bonsai. It is not difficult. There are no secrets to it except adhering to some basic guidelines and gardening routines. All it takes are keen interest, creative flair and patience.

There are many styles and shapes you can create. Generally, these styles or shapes namely, formal, informal, slanting, forest, twin trunks and cascading styles are commonly known as traditional or classic styles.These styles are mainly copied or borrowed from nature and are the mainstream styles of today.

However, you are not solely confined to these styles. Bonsai is an art form. It offers you the platform to express your creativity. There is no limit to your creations. That is why bonsai is such an interesting hobby.






Bonsai involves a host of gardening techniques, disciplines and creative flair that adds beauty to the tree.

These are the common traditional styles of today. They are universally practised  and are recognised as the mainstream bonsai styles of today.


Convert your garden plants into beautiful bonsai garden.

If you have some basic knowledge about bonsai you can convert your garden plants like bougainvillaea, Chinese tea leaf or "sui mui" into bonsai or landscapes trees.

It will help you to spruce up your garden and transform it into a beautiful landscape or bonsai garden.


Transform your garden into a beautiful landscape or bonsai garden.

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