On social media (including Facebook and Twitter) we share a "Bonsai of the Day". The ten most popular trees deserve special attention in this Top 10. Enjoy!


(#1) Juniper Bonsai tree by Luis Vila

Juniper Bonsai tree by Luis Vila

By far the most popular image; A Juniper Bonsai tree by Luis Vila. It is placed in a unique Crescent Bowl, which enhances the dramatic effect of the cascade composition. This is a personal favorite, stunning composition! Photo by: Salvador De Los Reyes. Check our Bonsai gallery for more images.


(#2) Bougainvillea by Lorna Toledo

Bougainvillea by Lorna Toledo

Abundant flowers on this massive Bougainvillea Bonsai, by Lorna Toledo.


(#3) Bougainvillea Bonsai by Eko Bonsai

Bougainvillea Bonsai by EkoBonsai

Purple flowers on a Bougainvillea Bonsai tree, in Moyogi style, by Eko Bonsai. He also works on Ficus Bonsai trees.


(#4) Juniper by Peter Ebensperger

Juniper by Peter Ebensperger

Spectacular and very unique display. Slanting Juniper composition, forest style. Picture by Peter Ebensperger.


(#5) Adenium Bonsai by Siam adenium

Adenium Bonsai by Siam adenium

Adenium Bonsai tree with bright pink flowers, by Siam adenium. Find more flowering Bonsai in our Top 10 on flowering Bonsai.


(#6) Deshojo by Michael

Deshojo Bonsai by Michael

Multitrunk Deshojo Bonsai (Acer/Maple) with warm autumn colors, by Michael.


(#7) Maple Bonsai by Michael

Maple Bonsai by Michael

Another Maple Bonsai, in fall, added by Michael. John Naka added: “The object is not to make the tree look like a Bonsai, but to make the Bonsai look like a tree.” Check more priceless Bonsai; the most expensive Bonsai tree.


(#8) Juniper Bonsai by Jose Luis Blasco Paz

Juniper Bonsai by Jose Luis Blasco Paz

Very elegant Juniper Bonsai, in Literati style, breathtaking! By: Jose Luis Blasco Paz.



(#9) Shohin by Katsumi Komiya

Shohin by Katsumi Komiya

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


(#10) Black pine by Michael Bonsai

Juniper by Michael Bonsai

It took 30 years to grow the 6,5 foot (2 meter) branch of this Black pine Bonsai, at Kyoto Garden Ryokan Yachiyo. Photo by: Michael Bonsai.