Bonsai Tree Styles

# Article Title Hits
1 Broom 953
2 Cascades 729
3 Cascades by Rudi Adam 736
4 Forest Style Part 1 488
5 Forest Style Part 2 570
6 Fukinagashi or Windswept Style 514
7 Hokidachi or Broom Style 581
8 Hollow Trunk 837
9 How to grow Ne-agari style 852
10 Leaning or Slanting Trunk Style 776
11 Leaning Trunk 761
12 Literati or Bunjin 766
13 Raft, Neagari and Horai 1114
14 Rock Clinging 899
15 Rock Clinging Style (Ishizuke) 947
16 Root over Rock Ficus 521
17 Slanting Style 563
18 Togetherness - Multiple-trunk bonsai 876
19 Twin Trunk 772
20 Weeping 907

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Random Bonsai Tip

When a tree has reversed taper or a narrowed 'waistline' above the nebari, you could do an airlayering just above the narrow section; or you could damage the cambium layer by either hammering gently with a mallet or by piercing the bark right into the cambium with a sharp object eg. scissors or an awl. You could also make deep incisions along the grain of the bark, where the healing process will cause scarring which would then thicken the trunk.