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1 Imli

Tamarindus indica

Tamarind is a large, beautiful evergreen tropical tree that can grow up to 75' tall. The trunk has cracks, down and across; the bark is brown-gray. It has a dense and spreading crown of bipinnate foliage and numerous yellow, with red and purple filaments, flowers.The brown woody pod contains the seeds; black, shiny squares surrounded by pulp. Tamarind is a slow grower but can live and still remains productive for 150 years or longer.


2 Impala Lilly

Adenium obesum

Adenium obesum originates from East Africa but is found widely cultivated in tropical regions as a garden and house plant because of it lovely variously coloured star shaped flowers. All parts of the Adeniums are toxic with its Sap and Roots being used as a poison in hunting in Africa. The Adeniums are trouble free easy to care for plants it need to be maintained at temperatures above 10C, have a dryish soil and a well light location. Its physical characteristics of bulbous trunk, gnarled roots, stemy branches make it a unique and attractive bonsai.


3 Indian Horse Chestnut

Aesculus indica

Indian Horse Chestnut is of common along the Western Himalayan Low-lands between 2,000 and 3,000 metres. It is an attractive tree with plentiful white blossoms during May and June. The leaves are also ornamental and form a beautiful canopy. In the British Isles it is popular in many parks and estates where it was in introduced in the mid 19th. It is a deciduous Tree, growing to 25m, growing in moist well drained soils. Because of its large leaves and stalks it is best suited to large sized Bonsai.


4 Indian Laurel Fig

Ficus retusa

The Retusa has medium to dark green leaves which alternate up the stem and which are more oval than the Benjamina. Grey to reddish bark dotted with small horizontal flecks, similar to tiger-like markings. Heavy butteresed trunk with lots of arial roots.


5 Indian Laurel Fig

Ficus retusa Nitida

The Retusa has light green leaves which alternate up the stem and which are more oval than the Benjamina. Grey to reddish bark dotted with small horizontal flecks, similar to tiger-like markings. Heavy trunk with terriffic aerial roots.


6 Indian Rubber Tree

Ficus elastica

Ficus elastica is native to the a vast tract of East Asia, from North-east India, to Java, where it does well in wet forest lands, where winter temperature do not fall below 10C and rainfall and humidity are extremely high. It starts it life as an epiphyte, eventually strangling the host tree and going on to be a giant tree itself. It produces aerial roots that hang down wards from branches, and help support long heavy branches and often forms new trunks themselves, often the original truck is long lost. It takes easily to being a Bonsai but has uniquely large leaves even they do reduce quite considerably with the Bonsai process.


7 Indian tamarind

Tamarindus indica

Tamarind is a large, beautiful evergreen tropical tree that can grow up to 75' tall. The trunk has cracks, down and across; the bark is brown-gray. It has a dense and spreading crown of bipinnate foliage and numerous yellow, with red and purple filaments, flowers.The brown woody pod contains the seeds; black, shiny squares surrounded by pulp. Tamarind is a slow grower but can live and still remains productive for 150 years or longer.


8 Italian Alder

Alnus cordata

Italian Alder is native in Corsica, Southern Italy and parts of Western Asia. The Italian Alder is a handsome, conical shaped tree, with a dense crown and can grow up to 24 meters and more in exceptional conditions. It make a an handsome Medium to Large Bonsai.


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