I noticed you posted several other questions about growing from seed. I'd just like to take this opportunity to encourage you to seek out other ways of obtaining bonsai material. It's not that growing from seed isn't rewarding, it's just that, as has already been said, it takes decades to get results. Fortunately for those of us who want a little gratification sooner, there are better ways of getting material. There's collecting, either from the wild or from unwanted landscape plants, or you can buy plants from a nursery and work on your pruning and wiring skills. If you have the money you may even consider buying a finished or a "pre-bonsai" from a bonsai nursery.
Just remember that if you collect from the wild, do it ethically. Get landowner permission, don't take rare or protected species, and leave the land as undisturbed as possible. Also remember if you buy one gallon plants from the nursery, that it doesn't have to look much like a bonsai when you buy it. Just look for a thick trunk with decent taper styling a tree is one of the best parts of this hobby.
Don't feel discouraged, because most people start out trying to grow from seed only to find that the little guy they've waited all year for just simply didn't grow. That's when we realize that there are additional ways to acquire material. Check out some of the articles on this forum. This is the best place for a beginner to start.