This Bonsai pots site uses Javascript, please switch it on in your browser

This site uses cookies to improve our website and your experience throughout your visit.
Read about how we use cookies and how you can control them here
Continued use of this site indicates that you accept this policy.
Click Accept Cookies if you do not want to see this message again. Accept Cookies
A to Z of Bonsai
bonsai photo
Bonsai Meetings
Bonsai Exhibition
Bonsai Terms
The Editor
 



Google Translate






A to Z of Bonsai Terms

Welcome to the A to Z of Bonsai.

We are compiling a worldwide A to Z of Bonsai database. The A to Z is written collaboratively by the people who use it and we would like to encourage anyone reading this page to contribute to what has become the worlds greatest encyclopedia of bonsai terms. Entries when they are made will be added to an editable list which will be checked prior to publication. Photos and images of the bonsai term can be added and links made to relevant web pages.

View 1001 Bonsai Terms Alphabetically
Bonsai Terms a Bonsai Terms b Bonsai Terms c Bonsai Terms d Bonsai Terms e Bonsai Terms f Bonsai Terms g Bonsai Terms h Bonsai Terms i Bonsai Terms j Bonsai Terms k Bonsai Terms l Bonsai Terms m
Bonsai Terms n Bonsai Terms o Bonsai Terms p Bonsai Terms q Bonsai Terms r Bonsai Terms s Bonsai Terms t Bonsai Terms u Bonsai Terms v Bonsai Terms w Bonsai Terms x Bonsai Terms y Bonsai Terms z

OR - Select by subset  
OR - Search This site  

Letter - 24 entries

Nanakan

 - (Tree Style)  
Entry for Bonsai Nanakan Tree Style  Update this bonsai term Nanakan Tree Style

(No Photo Yet)

(Send Image)
bonsai dictionary
NANAKAN - Denotes a "7 trunks on the saME tree" style.



Nanohan yose

 - (Tree Style)  
Entry for Bonsai Nanohan yose Tree Style  Update this bonsai term Nanohan yose Tree Style

(No Photo Yet)

(Send Image)
bonsai dictionary
NANOHAN YOSE - GROUP PLANTING with seven trees

National Bonsai Collection of Scotland

 - (Bonsai Exhibitions)  
Entry for Bonsai National Bonsai Collection of Scotland Bonsai Exhibitions   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term National Bonsai Collection of Scotland Bonsai Exhibitions
bonsai_scottish_national_collection_01.jpg image BONSAI>BONSAI>BONSAICOLLECTIONOFSCOTLAND>NATIONAL BONSAI COLLECTION OF SCOTLAND - The National Collection of Bonsai in Scotland is based around the "Graham trees" as they are known. Bill Graham, of MayBOLE in Ayrshire was a master butcher, and when he retired he concentrated on creating and collecting bonsai.Over nearly thirty years, he developed his knowledge and his collection of 300 trees,

When Bill died in 1983, his widow donated the trees to the Local Authority Parks DepartMEnt of Kyle and Carrick so that some them at least, could continue to be displayed at their Annual AYR FLOWER SHOW. Eventually, Patrick Gibb, then principal organiser of the Show, passed the "Graham Trees" to the Scottish Bonsai Association in November 1984. A group of members set up the first ever National Collection of Bonsai in Britain. Mrs Graham then legally gifted the trees to the SCOTTISH BONSAI ASSOCIATION (SBA).

The collection is located at BINNY PLANTS, Binny Estate, Ecclesmachan, West Lothian, Scotland, EH52 6NL.


 Bonsai_National Bonsai Collection of Scotland Bonsai Exhibitions Bonsai More
Thanks to - SBA Bonsai Image Gallery for use of the image

National Trees

 - (Tree Type (Outdoors))  
Entry for Bonsai National Trees Tree Type (Outdoors)   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term National Trees Tree Type (Outdoors)
Scots-Pine-04.jpg image NATIONAL TREES - A list of soME national trees -

England - Royal Oak (QUERCUS Robur)

Ireland - SESSILE Oak (Quercus Petraea)

Scotland - SCOTS PINE (PINUS SYLVESTRIS)

United States - Oak (Quercus)

Wales - Sessile Oak (Quercus Petraea)

 


Thanks to - SBA Bonsai Image Gallery for use of the image

Ne tsunagari

 - (Tree Style)  
Entry for Bonsai Ne tsunagari Tree Style  Update this bonsai term Ne tsunagari Tree Style

(No Photo Yet)

(Send Image)
bonsai dictionary
NE TSUNAGARI - Japanese term for corrected root style of BONSAI>BONSAI>BONSAI.



Neagari

 - (Tree Style)  
Entry for Bonsai Neagari Tree Style  Update this bonsai term Neagari Tree Style

(No Photo Yet)

(Send Image)
bonsai dictionary
NEAGARI - This style is more commonly found in PenJINg. The calligraphic and emotive quality of line offered by the exposed root contrasts sharply with the more solid mass-oriented styles popular in Japan. See also "Exposed root" style.



Nebuse

 - (Procedure)  
Entry for Bonsai Nebuse Procedure  Update this bonsai term Nebuse Procedure

(No Photo Yet)

(Send Image)
bonsai dictionary
NEBUSE - Japanese term for PRUNING>ROOT PRUNING.



Needle

 - (Tree Parts)  
Entry for Bonsai Needle Tree Parts  Update this bonsai term Needle Tree Parts
Bonsai-Leaf-Shape.gif image NEEDLE - A leaf type which is narrow and usually stiff e.g. pine needles.



Needle Juniper (Juniperus rigida)

 - (Tree Type (Outdoors))  
Entry for Bonsai Needle Juniper (Juniperus rigida) Tree Type (Outdoors)   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Needle Juniper (Juniperus rigida) Tree Type (Outdoors)
Bonsai_Juneperis_Rigida_01.jpg image NEEDLEJUNIPER(JUNIPERUSRIGIDA)>NEEDLE JUNIPER (JUNIPERUS RIGIDA) - Small EVERGREEN tree with arching branches and small, needle-like LEAVES which are flaccid when young but becoME sharp when mature.

STYLE : All styles except broom.

WARNING : It can take up to 12 months for tree death to manifest itself in foliage browning/DIE-BACK. Rare and difficult to diagnose fungi can affect needle JUNIPERS. Any areas of discoloured foliage that cannot be attributed to SPIDER MITEs need to be cut back to healthy wood and burned.


 Bonsai_Needle Juniper (Juniperus rigida) Tree Type (Outdoors) Bonsai More

Nejikan

 - (Tree Style)  
Entry for Bonsai Nejikan Tree Style  Update this bonsai term Nejikan Tree Style
bonsai_nejikan_01.jpg image NEJIKAN - This "TWISTED Style" is defined by a trunk which grows in a twisted style (but not exagerated into full coils , which is the BANKAN style).

The existance of SHARI will exagerate the effect, which in extreME examples can be described as the "barber pole" effect. This is most often seen on juniper where the red BARK contrasts vividly with the pale shari.


Thanks to - SBA Gallery for use of the image

Nematicides

 - (Treatments)  
Entry for Bonsai Nematicides Treatments   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Nematicides Treatments
bonsai_nematicide_01.jpg image NEMATICIDES - These are chemicals designed to eradicate parasitic NEMATODES>NEMATODES.


Thanks to - AzaMax for use of the image

Nematodes

 - (Treatments)  
Entry for Bonsai Nematodes Treatments   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Nematodes Treatments
bonsai_nematodes_01.jpg image NEMATODES>NEMATODES - Naturally occurring microscopic worms, already present in the soil which attack and kill targeted garden pests.

The nematode that kills specific garden pests including slugs, VINE WEEVILs, chafer grubs, leatherjackets, CATERPILLARS, codling moth and various others has been identified and is specially bred to be easily applied with a WATERING can. They die back to original numbers when all pests have been consuMEd.


Thanks to - Wikipedia for use of the image

Nematodes

 - (Pests and Diseases)  
Entry for Bonsai Nematodes Pests and Diseases   WWW Link  Update this bonsai term Nematodes Pests and Diseases
bonsai_nematodes_01.jpg image