As bonsai, these plants are prized for their deep red bark that peels back creating areas of interest. The plant is also used to growing under larger trees and therefore can still grow well indoors or in other areas of lower light. A classic bonsai species, the Japanese Yew is suitable for all bonsai styles with the exception of broom..
Commonly known as the Monterrey Cypress, this tree is great for the beginner since it is extremely tough. Its also very versatile, being suitable for formal upright, informal upright, slanting, cascade, semi-cascade, and group planting styles. .
As a bonsai, this tough plant adapts well to most bonsai styles and sizes, and its thin pine-like leaves make it a beautiful bonsai specimen, but is generally at its best as a medium to large bonsai and looks marvelous in group plantings. It can be grown indoors, but will require good light..
Chambeyronia macrocarpa. Chambeyronia macrocarpa_Seed. Chambeyronia macrocarpa is a graceful plant, with a slender ringed trunk and an open crown of only a few arching fronds. Flowers are pink to cream and the fruit is crimson.