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The Bonsai Gallery: Getting To Know Bonsai Styles


tải xuống (1) The art of making bonsai is magnified by the many different styles that you can manipulate your bonsai tree into. There are various styles that you can do with your bonsai that are available for viewing at any bonsai gallery. You may not know the names of the different bonsai styles at a bonsai gallery but you will soon learn them.

Upright Style

This style is quite common in any bonsai gallery display. The overall effect of the bonsai tree is to have a straight, upwards growing tree that has a visible tapering style going to the top. The visible tapering is a necessity that is seen in any bonsai gallery to visibly showcase the style. The trunk bottom of the miniature tree must be defined as thick and as it goes higher taper to the tip. There are many different sub styles under the upright style and these can be seen in any bonsai gallery.

Leaning Style

Another common style to be found in a bonsai gallery is the leaning style. It is also called the wind swept or slanting style because the impression left is that the tree has been forced to lean in one particular direction due to strong winds or because the sun is dominant in one direction. As you can see, there are also many rules that define if a bonsai is truly of the slanting style. These include having the first branch go in the opposite direction of the slant of the bonsai tree and that the roots directly under the slant be in great condition.

Cascade

This is a fairly popular style that needs some effort on your part to maintain. Many bonsai gallery viewings feature this kind of style because it shows how a tree can grow downwards instead of in the traditional upright position. There are some sub styles that fall under this style. This depicts a tree growing on the side of a mountain that has limited access to sunlight or has been swept downwards by strong winds.

Double or Multi Trunk Bonsai

The double trunk bonsai is a common thing to be found in normal big trees. In bonsais, this is unusual but not rare. There are many examples of this style in a bonsai gallery where you can expect to find this very natural looking tree to which the owner has devoted a lot of effort. Both trunks will have different diameters that contribute to the crown of the bonsai. Some bonsais have designs that have more than two trunks, either separate or from one major trunk.

These different styles of indoor bonsai trees are some of the very popular designs to be found at a bonsai gallery.

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