Posted on January 3, 2017March 9, 2017 by Bonsai Jack — 3 CommentsBonsai Photo Of The Day 1/2/2017 (Literati Style) Todays Photo of the day comes to us from the Walter Pall collection. It is a beautiful example of the literati style of bonsai! Post navigationPrevious post: What is that chopstick for included in every soil order from BonsaiJack.com?Next post: Bonsai Photo Of The Day 1/3/2017 ( Japanese Larch ) 3 thoughts on “Bonsai Photo Of The Day 1/2/2017 (Literati Style)” Walter Pall January 3, 2017 many folks think that the literati tree is always a slim upward growing one with a small crown. Her we see a cascade or semi-cascade and it is called literati. Probably it is a literati. But it is not really important what exactly one calls a tree. What many call ‘style’ I think should be called ‘form’ of a tree. The literat is, however as ‘style’ It can come in many forms. One of them is a cascade. It can be any other form and still be a literati tree. Literati style is a specific form of the naturalistic bonsai style in my opinion. Reply Bonsai Jack January 3, 2017 You are correct Mr Pall. Many bonsai, including this one, have multiple styles. This would be considered a semi-cascade literati. Thank you for the contribution. Jack Reply Bonsai Charlie January 3, 2017 It is a wonderful example of a tree that has more than one style! Thank you for your comment! Reply Leave a Reply to Walter Pall Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.