Bonsai tree species and care guides.

In this guide we take a closer look into tree-species (also; bonsai tree types) that are often used for growing Bonsai.

Each tree species has specific requirements for its cultivation, training and care, so Bonsai tree identification is crucial to take proper care of your tree.

Find your tree below using the overview of deciduous, coniferous and tropical species. The two most popular trees are the Juniper and the Ficus.

Try our ID my Tree guide if you need help with identifying your tree species.

Deciduous Bonsai tree species.

Ulmus Parviflora / Chinese Elm bonsai
Ulmus Parviflora Bonsai
Zelkova / Japanese Elm bonsai
Zelkova Japanese Elm Bonsai
Wistaria / Wisteria bonsai
Wisteria Bonsai
Acer Buergerianum / Trident Maple bonsai
Acer buergerianum maple Bonsai
Acer Palmatum / Japanese Maple bonsai
Acer Bonsai
Magnolia bonsai
Magnolia Bonsai
Ligustrum / Privet bonsai
Ligustrum Bonsai
Fuchsia bonsai
Fuchsia Bonsai
Buxus / box / boxwood bonsai
Buxus Bonsai
Punica granatum / Pomegranate bonsai
Dwarf Pomegranate Bonsai
Malus / Crabapple bonsai
Crabapple (Malus) bonsai
Carpinus and Fagus / Hornbeam and Beech
Hornbeam and Beech bonsai
Cotoneaster bonsai
Cotoneaster Bonsai
Azalea (Kurume and Satsuki) bonsai / Rhododendron
Azalea satsuki rhododendron bonsai
Celtis / Hackberry bonsai
Celtis (Hackberry) bonsai
Oak / Quercus Bonsai tree
Oak bonsai tree
Money tree Bonsai (Pachira aquatica)
Money tree (Pachira aquatica) bonsai

Coniferous Bonsai species and pines

Juniperus Chinensis / Juniper bonsai
Juniper Bonsai
Pinus / (Black) Pine bonsai
Black pine Pinus Bonsai 
Picea / Spruce bonsai
Spruce bonsai
Larix / Larch bonsai
Larch (larix) bonsai
Cedrus / Cedar bonsai
Cedar bonsai 
Podocarpus bonsai
Podocarpus bonsai
Taxus / Yew bonsai
Yew bonsai

Tropical and subtropical Bonsai tree types

Serissa / Snowrose bonsai
Serissa Bonsai
Crassula ovata / Jade tree bonsai
Jade Bonsai
Carmona Retusa / Fukien Tea bonsai
Carmona Bonsai
Ficus Retusa / Ficus bonsai
Ficus Bonsai
Sageretia Theezans / Chinese sweet plum bonsai
Sageretia Theezans Bonsai
Bougainvillea Bonsai
Olive / Olea europaea bonsai
Olive bonsai

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