Thursday, October 17, 2013

Species Guide by Common name.

These Species guides have been developed by a number of people putting in hours of dedicated work to bring together a valuable guide to Bonsai enthusiast - acknowledgement of the authors are on each page.
Find the species below and click on the link to be taken to the guide for that particular tree
Bald Cypress.
The following are links to INDIVIDUAL PAGES of species:
Acacia
American red maple
Amur maple
Andromeda
Apple
bonsai_baldcypress
Aralia
Australian pine
Azalea, kurume
Azalea, satsuki
Bahama berry
Bald cypress
Bamboo
Barbados cherry
Barberry
Beech
Birch
Black olive
Black pine
Blue juniper
Bog rosemary
Bougainvillea
Boxwood
Brazilian Raintree
Brush cherries
Buddhist pine
Burning bush
Buttonwood
Camellia
Carambola
Cedar
Cedar, eastern red
Cedar of lebanon
Cherry
Chinese quince
Chinese sweet plum
Chinese yew
Cotoneaster
Crabapple
Crape myrtle
Desert Rose
Divi divi
Acacia
Eastern white pine
Elm, parvifolia
Elm, winged
English ivy
False cypress
Field maple
Fig
Fig, narrow or willow leaf
Fir
Five-needle white pine
Flowering maple
Fukien tea
Garden juniper
Gardenia
Ginkgo - Maidenhair tree
Grape
Hawthorn
Hawthorn, Indian
Hedge maple
Hinoki (or false) cypress
Holly
Hornbeam
Indian hawthorn
Ivy, english
Jaboticaba
Jade, dwarf
Japanese cedar
Japanese dwarf garden juniper
Japanese gray-bark elm
Japanese maple
Japanese white pine
Jasmine - Confederate or Star
Juniper
Kurume azalea
Lantana
Larch
Ligustrum
Maidenhair tree
Malpighia
Maple, japanese
Maple, trident
Mimosa
Monkey puzzle tree
Montpelier maple
Mugo pine
Natal plum
Neea buxifolia
New Zealand tea tree
Norfolk island pine
Olive
Orange Jasmine
Peashrub
Pittosporum
Plum, chinese sweet
Podocarpus - Buddhist pine, Chinese yew
Pond cypress
Powderpuff, dwarf
Porcelain Berry
Privet
Quince
Raintree, Brazilian
Raphiolepis
Red cedar
Red maple
River birch
Rose of Sharon
Sand pine
Sapodilla
Sargent's juniper
Satinwood
Satsuki azalea
Schefflera, dwarf
Scrub pine
Serissa
Serviceberry
Shimpaku
Silk tree
Singapore holly
Snakebark maple
Snow rose
Spruce
Strawberry tree
Swamp maple
Sweetgum
Texas ebony
Trident maple
Vine Maple
Virginia pine
White pine, eastern
White pine, five needle
Winged elm
Wisteria
Yaupon holly
Zelkova
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