Different Species

Dwarf Pomegranate

Dwarf Pomegranate

The pomegranate, botanical name Punica granatum, a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree in the family Lythraceae that grows between 5 and 8 m tall.

Pomegranate is native to a region from Iran to northern India. Pomegranates have been seen grow throughout the Middle East, South Asia, and Mediterranean region for several millennia, and also thrive in the climates of California and also the Arizona.

Chinese elm Bonsai

Chinese elm Bonsai

Ulmus parvifolia, also known from the Chinese elm is a species from eastern Asia, including China, India, Taiwan, Japan, North Korea, and Vietnam. It has been shown as "one of the most splendid elms"

This Bonsai tree can grow up to 10–18 m tall and 15–20 m wide. With a small trunk and crown. The leathery,  green  leaves are small so the plant doesn't lose a lot of its water, This bonsai tree is 2–5 cm long by 1–3 cm broad, and is usally retained as late as December or even as late as January in Europe and North America. 

Hornbeam and Beech

Hornbeam and Beech

There are two trees that are closely related which are the Hornbeam and Beech bonsai tree. This is very common for a Bonsai, as it shows autumn colors and leaf size is usually smaller. Only when spring growth starts will leafs start to drop off and fall from last autumn fall this will then creates a beautiful sight in winter.

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