Various Kinds of Maple Bonsai
Maple trees are very popular among bonsai enthusiasts because of its nature. The color of leaves changes according to the season. There are many types of maple trees, some of them difficult to minimize into bonsai plants. There are different types of maple, which has large leaves and is not suitable for the cultivation of bonsai. Here is a different various maple. Some of them are suitable for the deployment of bonsai, while some are not.
Japanese maple is popular tree for the spread of bonsai tree. There are three types of Japanese maple. It is Acer Palmatum amoenum, Palmatum Palmatum and acer Palmatum matsumurae. Palmatum is the most common Subspecie and generally colored either green or red. The general variety is green. Amoenum has large leaves. Therefore, it is not suitable for growing bonsai. Matsumurae has a beautiful orange tree leaves, but it thrive in Japan heights altitude that will not grow well anywhere. The second is Asia maple originated from Korea and China. It seems almost same with Japanese maple. The difference is in the state where it is grown for the first time.
The third type is trident maple. It is the most popular variety of maple bonsai in the world. Its scientific name is Acer buergiranium. Trident maple is famous because it adjusts quickly to many bonsai techniques such as the reduction of leaves and reduction of the root ball. In addition, it is also resistant species that can survive if you neglect your gardening or maintenance of bonsai. More importantly, during the autumn, trident maple leaves will beautifully turn from depth to the bright red color. If you love bonsai, you must first consider your geographic location and your skill level before you begin to plan maple bonsai. Because these plants need time and effort to grow, care must be taken to choose the right varieties. That’s all about maple bonsai.