8 Unique, Rare and Most Expensive Bonsai Tree in the World

Bonsai is a beautiful, unique, and rare tree plant. Who would have thought there was an expensive bonsai that made everyone curious? This is a list of the most expensive bonsai in the world.

Bonsai also represent wealth and believe to increase the luck of it’s owner, especially when the owner betting judi sbobet in Christmas Bowl Match, there is quite a lot of people bring their bonsai in the game to get lucky. This time Wwooflk will discuss the 8 most expensive bonsai trees in the world that are beautiful, unique, and rare. Let’s see the full discussion!

Bonsai, Unique Little Tree

Who doesn’t know bonsai plants? Surely after reading this article you will be amazed to know that the tree that we usually see turns out to make a lot of people competing, you know to make it unusual.

As is known that variations of this type originated from Asia. Japan is a country that is very enthusiastic in cultivating bonsai. Bonsai itself is cared for since childhood and is cut and shaped so that the model is unique compared to the original tree.

There have been many bonsai trees in Indonesia for decades ago. Moreover, because the Japanese had colonized Indonesia, some of its cultures were carried over.

Also, nowadays many young people or teenagers are affected by J-wave or waves of Japanese culture where they admire many of these plants.

Many people are often surprised by the very high price of bonsai. However, the price is very reasonable, considering the way the tree is breeding very complicated.

From the nursery process to fertilizing and cutting tree parts must be done systematically using special methods that not everyone can do.

Are you curious? Below is a list of 8 famous and most unique bonsai in the world.

Shrunken Bonsai by Kunio Kobayashi (800 years old)

If we hear 800 years, of course, our shadow is an 800-year-old bonsai tree, and this tree belongs to the most expensive bonsai tree in the world. The tree that is owned by Mr. Kobayashi has won the bonsai championship for 4 times in a row, and the name Shunkaen is the name of the city of four bonsai trees not far from Tokyo.

For information about this bonsai, you can access through the profile of Kunio Kobayashi, who is a famous bonsai collector from Japan.

The Little Bonsai “The Shohin” by Morten Albek

An artistic horizontal Bonsai is named after the Shohin. The photo was taken in the spring. In summer the flowers will bloom, and in winter the colors will be red with stripes.

Did you know that this tree is only 9.5 cm in size and is beautiful on a miniature rock? The age of this tree is around 20 years. And the picture was taken about a decade ago.

Silvestris Pine Bonsai by Stefano Frisoni

This pine tree looks perfect and real, how not as we all together note that the base is very shady and fits precision as if it was cloudy the surrounding natural conditions.

Ghosin “The Protector of the Soul” by John Naka

The list in second place is Bonsai which is given the nickname “The Protector of the Soul.” John Naka maintains this bonsai. Initially, Mr. Naka began to care for him in 1948, which he later donated to the national bonsai development center in the United States and has been there until now. This type of bonsai is really popular among professional poker player as the ultimate lucky charm. They bidding to have this tree with a hope to win their match in any game that they played.

For more details, we can access the profile of John Naka, who until now continues to develop bonsai cultivation.

Flowering Bonsai by Wolfgang Putz

The next bonsai is called flowering bonsai, which is an Azalea type tree that only has a height of 5 cm from the ground surface. This bonsai tree is planted and is on a Japanese pot. We can also find out more in-depth details at Wolfgang Putz.

Mame Bonsai by Morten Albek

This bonsai is displayed as a Mame and consists of a bonsai tree as its center, and there is an accent for decoration that can be shared so that all will become a unity of beautiful scenery, celebrations now often use models like this.

Kimura Bonsai

Last but not least the bonsai belongs to teacher Masahiko Kimura. This bonsai is a variation that is famous all over the world. Beginning at the age of 15, Mr. Kimura learned from Mr. Hamano in the bonsai city of Omiya.

To better understand and get to know, please visit Kimura’s Bonsai Garden, or directly visit Masahiko Kimura’s profile.

Japanese Maple by Walter Pall

One of the many famous bonsai owned by Europeans (Walter Pall), judging from its shape, this tree is very realistic and charming. This maple is about one meter high and is more than a century old. Is a masterpiece that can not be refuted.