Bonsai Styles

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1 Hokidachi or Broom Style 439
2 Fukinagashi or Windswept Style 396
3 Forest Style Part 1 370
4 Forest Style Part 2 438
5 Slanting Style 382
6 Root over Rock Ficus 362
7 Literati or Bunjin 606
8 How to grow Ne-agari style 705
9 Cascades by Rudi Adam 628
10 Rock Clinging Style (Ishizuke) 829
11 Togetherness - Multiple-trunk bonsai 734
12 Leaning or Slanting Trunk Style 630
13 Cascades 616
14 Raft, Neagari and Horai 959
15 Rock Clinging 757
16 Twin Trunk 636
17 Broom 752
18 Hollow Trunk 667
19 Leaning Trunk 643
20 Weeping 724

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Random Bonsai Tip

To thicken thin branches make a cut just below the branch or a bud on the branch. The sugars produced in the leaves of the tree move down to the roots through the phloem, this flow of sap is interrupted by the cut and the accumulation of sugars above the cut increases the vigour as it is used by the bud, forcing it into action. As soon as the wound heals the normal sap flow resumes.