Informal upright Bonsai style Moyogi
The informal upright style is widespread in each nature and within the art of Bonsai. The trunk grows upright roughly within the shape of a letter ‘S’ and at each and every turn branching happens. Tapering on the trunk should be clearly visible, with all the base on the trunk thicker than the greater portion

Positive aspects of Moyogi


Trees within this style produce a really lovely flowing image which can be really inviting for the viewer as well as the capability to make use of the trees movement and flow and incorporate it into your Bonsai style. A slight benefit to this style may be the capability to locate bonsai stock or Yamadori (Which have already been collected by licensed collectors) that really conform beautifully to this style. We prefer to see angles inside the trunk of informal upright, to offer a rough thought, at about 1/5th and 3/5th height bending back towards the center to offer harmony.

Disadvantages of Moyogi


The way to decided the way to develop. If grown as bonsai stock good bends and branch placement may have been ingrained in to the tree from an incredibly young age. Exactly where if we've Yamadori a great deal of occasions (if not every single time) huge bends need to be place into branches to harmonize using the bends nature has place in to the tree. We need to see the apex sitting more than the principle branch flowing together with the trunk, that is tough but best.

Appropriate Species


Most species of plants are appropriate for this style. From deciduous to coniferous from tropical to pine, something you are able to consider of. Fruiting trees may be utilized for this style. Most typical trees for this style bonsai are:

Trident Maple (Acer Buergerianum)
Japanese Maple (Acer Palmatum)
Beech (Fagus sp)
Crab Apple (Malus sp)
Pomegranate
Conifers
Japanese White Pine
Black Pine
Ponderosa Pine
Juniper (Juniperus sp)



List of Bonsai Style

  • Broom style Bonsai (Hokidachi)
  • Formal upright Bonsai style (Chokkan)
  • Informal upright Bonsai style (Moyogi)
  • Slanting Bonsai style (Shakan)
  • Cascade Bonsai style (Kengai)
  • Semi cascade Bonsai style (Han-kengai)
  • Literati Bonsai style (Bunjingi)
  • Windswept Bonsai style (Fukinagashi)
  • Double trunk style Bonsai (Sokan)
  • Multitrunk Bonsai style (Kabudachi)
  • Forest Bonsai style (Yose-ue)
  • Growing on a rock Bonsai style (Seki-joju)
  • Growing in a rock Bonsai style (Ishisuki)
  • Raft Bonsai style (Ikadabuki)
  • Shari Bonsai style (Sharimiki)

List of Bonsai Style

  1. Broom style Bonsai (Hokidachi)
  2. Formal upright Bonsai style (Chokkan)
  3. Informal upright Bonsai style (Moyogi)
  4. Slanting Bonsai style (Shakan)
  5. Cascade Bonsai style (Kengai)
  6. Semi cascade Bonsai style (Han-kengai)
  7. Literati Bonsai style (Bunjingi)
  8. Windswept Bonsai style (Fukinagashi)
  9. Double trunk style Bonsai (Sokan)
  10. Multitrunk Bonsai style (Kabudachi)
  11. Forest Bonsai style (Yose-ue)
  12. Growing on a rock Bonsai style (Seki-joju)
  13. Growing in a rock Bonsai style (Ishisuki)
  14. Raft Bonsai style (Ikadabuki)
  15. Shari Bonsai style (Sharimiki)