The Top 5 Easiest but Most Colorful BonsaiTrees To Grow
If you're starting out in bonsai gardening and want togive yourself the best chance of success, or you justwant a nice, easy plant as your next bonsai withouthaving to grow from a seedling or cutting, then read on.This article will cover five bonsai trees that are generallyregarded as the easiest trees to nurture, as well asbeing among the most colorful.Bear in mind, though, that there are no hard and fastrules, and it's "horses for courses", in that what youmay find an easy bonsai plant to develop, someone elsemay find difficult. Just as important as selecting a plantthat's easy to maintain is making sure it is a goodquality, healthy specimen. So when you're at the nurserydon't be taken in by a generous amount of foliage or apretty pot. Look at the trunk and ask yourself if it lookshealthy.Decide how many deciduous and how many evergreenbonsai trees you want and try and envisage roughly howthey will be laid out in your garden or conservatory.Don't buy too many for the area you have available.Overcrowding your bonsai doesn't look goodaesthetically, and can lead to disease and pestinfestation. Remember, also, that you should repot yourbonsai trees every couple of years or so in accordancewith the requirements of each species.Now let's look at our selection of some of the easiest yetmost colorful bonsai trees to grow.