Bonsai trees in full bloom, or bearing fruits, are a spectacular sight. In this article we have listed the 10 most beautiful flowering Bonsai trees.

 

(#1) Azalea Bonsai in full bloom, by Makoto Tsuji

Flowering Bonsai tree

Stunning image of an Azalea Bonsai tree in full bloom, by Makoto Tsuji.

 

(#2) Bougainvillea by Lorna Toledo

Bougainvillea Bonsai in bloom

Abundant flowers on this massive Bougainvillea Bonsai, by Lorna Toledo. Read more in the Bonsai with flowers article.

 

(#3) Shohin crabapple by Katsumi Komiya

Crabapple Bonsai

Berries on a Crabapple Bonsai tree, very small size (called Shohin). By: Katsumi Komiya

 

(#4) Flowering Bonsai, by Wolfgang Putz

Flowering Bonsai

This tree is an Azalea species of only 14 cm (5 inches) high. The picture is taken in late spring / early summer, the moment when Azalea trees bloom (shortly, but very vividly!). The tree is planted in a Japanese Bonsai pot.

 

(#5) Wisteria Bonsai by Heike van Gunst

Wisteria Bonsai with flowers

Wisteria Bonsai tree in full bloom, simply spectacular. By: Heike van Gunst

 

(#6) Apple on Bonsai tree

Apple bonsai tree

"Big apple on a tiny Bonsai tree". It looks photoshopped, but it is in fact a real Bonsai. Leaves can grow smaller, but often fruits remain relatively big. Photo by: Flowerstory

 

(#7) Azalea Bonsai with flowers, by Teunis Jan Klein

 Cascade flowering Bonsai

Not often do we find an Azalea Bonsai in cascade style. The tree has bright flowers. By: Teunis Jan Klein, check his Bonsai artist profile.

 

(#8) Callicarpa Japonica Bonsai

Callicarpa Japonica Bonsai with fruits

Callicarpa Japonica Bonsai, bearing flashy purple fruits. Photo by: Associazione Rock'n'Bonsai.

 

 

(#9) A Bougainvillea variety

Orange flowers on this Bonsai

Bright orange flowers on what seems to be a Bougainvillea variety. By: 睿璿.

 

(#10) Prunus Mume (Japanese Apricot) by Michael Bonsai

Prunus mume Japanese apricot Bonsai

A Prunus Mume (Japanese Apricot) with tiny white flowers. Even more significant in Japan is the Cherry blossom Bonsai season. By: Michael Bonsai.