Feel the change of the season
When you hear the word, Japanese nature, what do you imagine? Sakura? Ume? There’s four seasons in Japan, and each season has different charm. In the spring, Sakura (cherry blossom) blooms beautifully. In the summer, new leaves are deep green and grow thick. In the fall, maple leaves turns into red. On the other hand, in the winter, the trees are bare, but it is in dignified figure.
A country that has seasons this much substantial are extremely rare in this world. Japanese are very lucky to be in such a great country. Japanese people live with ever-changing nature from very early age, and it created the inimitable sensitivity. With Bonsai, you can feel the season changing very closely.
All trees can be arranged into two big groups: deciduous trees and evergreen trees. If you want to enjoy the transition, you should get deciduous trees. If you want to enjoy the green, you should get evergreen trees. When you choose tree, you should ask specialists because there are some trees that is much harder than others.
The most important thing is to choose what you want. That way, you’ll be able to succeed in growing bonsai.