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How to choose bonsai? Three o'clock teaches you to buy a good stump bonsai

Bonsai can beautify the environment and purify the air. Now planting bonsai has become a hobby of many people. However, as non professional plant breeders, they may not know much about the choice of bonsai. This article will tell you how to choose a good bonsai stump.

The first point is to look at the root. The root should be lifted from the plate and line, and it is best to have a bell mouth. Lifting the plate means that there should be a large root. The large root should not be round and flat, such as the back of a loach. Starting a line means that if more than one is usually linear, it should be like the strokes of calligraphy, interspersed with clutch, winding and interspersed.

The second point is to look at the trunk, which has three points:

First, dry ancient, to pit (horse eye) and twist (raised water line);

The second is dry music. There are two kinds of music. One kind of music is relaxation, rise and fall, and ups and downs. This kind of music is usually seen in the curved rod. It is not a snake shaped earthworm shaped curve, or a curve with acute right angles. It is a dead curve that cannot be taken. The second kind of music is the curve of the straight rod. The straight rod cannot be too straight, and the straight rod has no posture, so it is necessary to combine the music in the straight. This kind of music is usually large, straight and detailed.

The third point of looking at the tree pole is the phase change. The so-called tip change, from coarse to fine, transition from natural to satisfactory, and finally look at the support. The so-called trust is to marry with branches. It is the original branch support that can be controlled during pile cutting. As usual, this kind of branch support has appropriate fighting strength at the branch point, angle and thickness, which can shorten the forming time, but the purchased pile head and companion support are usually not well reserved. There are many advantages in digging piles and cutting piles.

Third, the tree type that can make cliffs is preferred.

Why is it a cliff? What does the cliff show? Its inclination, migration, transformation and stumbling all show the tension of life under bad conditions. It is not a cliff. Strictly speaking, the cliff pile in the natural world is the most valuable, restraining the strong and supporting the weak.