The different genera that make up this family differ from each other by the remarkable diversity in appearance, trunk colour, type of wood and leaves.

If you are a fan of autumn colours, your bonsai is a deciduous. 

We are referring to bonsai that, like their species in nature, lose their leaves at maturity when they have finished their purpose.

You will not be able to resist the red colour of the leaves of the Japanese maples or the intense yellow of the ginkgos biloba that we have in Laos Garden; in a short time they could be decorating your garden, a spectacle of nature concentrated in a pot.

Deciduous bonsai allow us to appreciate their fine branching in winter when their leaves fall off, and then delight us with their burst of buds and leaves in spring.

The most popular species for bonsai that you can find in our shop are acer palmatum, acer buegerianum (Japanese maples), fagus sylvatica (European beech), fagus crenata (Japanese beech), carpinus (hornbeam), quercus faginea (gall oak), callicarpa, punica granatum (pomegranate), malus (apple), prunus (cherry, plum, apricot), ulmus (native and Asian elm), ginkgo biloba and many more.