Bonsai Tree

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  • Parrot’s Beak, or Gmelina, pronounced with a silent G, is a fantastic round and spiny tree. The leaves differ from ellipse to ivy or “duck foot” contour. It’s exotic blossoms that are comprised of yellow blooms which appear at the conclusion of a tubelike structure of overlapping bracts. The bloom resembles a Parrot’s Beak, thus the name. The bloom pod has one seed. The fresh fruit is fleshy, easy, yellow, pear shaped and about 2 centimeters long. Parrot’s Peak is native to the Philipine Islands, India and South-East Asia. Cold patient to reduce 30s, it can be deciduous in colder climate.

  • Also referred to as Tahiti Lime or Bears Lime. It’s the main citrus fruit grown commercially in America and sold only as a lime. The fresh fruit it about 6 cm in diameter, often with somewhat nippled ends and is generally sold fairly green. They may be not as acidic and so are absent of thorns and seeds. Not as bitter as other limes. Great for inside.

  • The Blooming Pink Almond is prized for significant flowering in early springtime. Departments literally covered with thickly packed double light pink flowers. It’s attractive lustrous leaves during growing period. Deciduous. Keep outside.

  • This subtropical evergreen imported from Japan, blooms profusely with lovely pink or double pink-rose-shaped miniature flowers. Little leaves. Really slow grower. Excellent for novice.

  • This subtropical evergreen imported from Japan, blooms profusely with lovely pink or double pink-rose-shaped miniature flowers. Little leaves. Really slow grower. Excellent for novice.

  • AKA Buddhist Pine or Chinese Yew. Podocarpus is a dense evergreen with pointed, leathery, dark-green leaves arranged on stiff, symmetrical branches. The tree that is unisexual, has male flowers in cones and female flowers composed of cylindrical thickened scales. The fruits often edible, are pedunculate, fleshy and brightly coloured. New foliage comes in a light-green color that turns darker with age. Our trees are been trained in in the conventional bonsai style. Grows really nicely albeit gradually indoors.

  • Aka Buddhist Pine or Chinese Yew. The Podocarpus is a dense evergreen with pointed, leathery, dark-green leaves arranged on stiff, symmetrical branches. The tree that is unisexual, has male flowers in cones and female flowers composed of cylindrical thickened scales. The fruits are edible, pendiculate, fleshy and colorful. New floiage seems light green in-color that turns darker with age. Our tree is trained in the conventional bonsai style using a curved trunk and tiered branches. Grows really nicely albeit gradually indoors.

  • Aka Buddhist Pine or Chinese Yew. The Podocarpus is a dense evergreen with pointed, leathery, dark-green leaves arranged on stiff, symmetrical branches. The tree that is unisexual, has male flowers in cones and female flowers composed of cylindrical thickened scales. The fruits are edible, pendiculate, fleshy and colorful. New floiage seems light green in-color that turns darker with age. Our tree is trained in the conventional bonsai style using a curved trunk and tiered branches. Grows really nicely albeit gradually indoors.

  • Aka Buddhist Pine or Chinese Yew. The Podocarpus is a dense evergreen with pointed, leathery, dark-green leaves arranged on stiff, symmetrical branches. The tree that is unisexual, has male flowers in cones and female flowers composed of cylindrical thickened scales. The fruits are edible, pendiculate, fleshy and colorful. New floiage seems light green in-color that turns darker with age. Our tree is trained in the conventional bonsai style using a curved trunk and tiered branches. Grows really nicely albeit gradually indoors.

  • AKA Buddhist Pine or Chinese Yew. Podocarpus is a dense evergreen with pointed, leathery, dark-green leaves arranged on stiff, symmetrical branches. The tree that is unisexual, has male flowers in cones and female flowers composed of cylindrical thickened scales. The fruits often edible, are pedunculate, fleshy and brightly coloured. New foliage comes in a light-green color that turns darker with age. Our trees are been trained in in the conventional bonsai style. Grows really nicely albeit gradually indoors.

  • Premna is the genus of flowering plants in the mint family. Premna is a tropical tree often used for bonsai in Thailand, Philippines, Taiwan, and Indonesia. In America, we particularly enjoy it for bonsai as it’s few pest problems as well as the leaves reduce quite nicely. In addition , we enjoy it for bonsai due to the exceptional feel of the trunk. Does really nicely indoors.

  • A tiny semi-deciduous tropical tree indigenous Only to South Africa Africa. It’s also called Bell Mimosa or Chinese Lantern. The phrase ‘dichrostachys’ indicates ‘2 coloured spike’ and ‘cinerea’ refers to its grey-ish hairs. The fine pink and yellowish inflorescens resembles valuable earrings hanging from a tree. The bloom starts off pink and another day it fades to white. Can generate flowers nearly year round in full sunlight. The fresh fruit and seeds which are created are edible as well as the blooms might be precious way to obtain honey. Excellent blooming bonsai for indoors.

  • A tiny semi-deciduous tropical tree indigenous Only to South Africa Africa. It’s also called Bell Mimosa, Chinese Lantern or Rabbit’s Foot Acacia. The phrase ‘dichrostachys’ indicates ‘2 coloured spike’ and ‘cinerea’ refers to its grey-ish hairs. The fine pink and yellowish inflorescens resembles valuable earrings hanging from a tree. The bloom starts off pink and another day it fades to white. Can generate flowers nearly year round in full sunlight. The fresh fruit and seeds which are created are edible as well as the blooms might be precious way to obtain honey. Wonderful blooming bonsai for indoors.

  • A tiny semi-deciduous tropical tree indigenous Only to South Africa Africa. It’s also called Bell Mimosa, Chinese Lantern or Rabbit’s Foot Acacia. The phrase ‘dichrostachys’ indicates ‘2 coloured spike’ and ‘cinerea’ refers to its grey-ish hairs. The fine pink and yellowish inflorescens resembles valuable earrings hanging from a tree. The bloom starts off pink and another day it fades to white. Can generate flowers nearly year round in full sunlight. The fresh fruit and seeds which are created are edible as well as the blooms might be precious way to obtain honey. Excellent blooming bonsai for indoors.

  • A tiny semi-deciduous tropical tree indigenous Only to South Africa Africa. It’s also called Bell Mimosa, Chinese Lantern or Rabbit’s Foot Acacia. The phrase ‘dichrostachys’ indicates ‘2 coloured spike’ and ‘cinerea’ refers to its grey-ish hairs. The fine pink and yellowish inflorescens resembles valuable earrings hanging from a tree. The bloom starts off pink and another day it fades to white. Can generate flowers nearly year round in full sunlight. The fresh fruit and seeds which are created are edible as well as the blooms might be precious way to obtain honey. Excellent blooming bonsai for indoors.

  • Also called the Firehorn the Pyracantha is an ever-green that’s cherished because of its dramatic autumn and winter display of bright red fruits. Fowl, such as the chubby , colorful berries that start to ripen in the autumn, their colour mellowing from green to shades-of crimson, orange, or yellow. The amazing berry – laden branches hold-up exceptionally well as cut preparations and add interest as well as colour to wreaths. Clumps of little dreamy aromatic white blossoms show up in the springtime, and therefore are produced close together making the look of neatly solid-surface of blooms.

  • Also called the Firehorn the Pyracantha is an ever-green that’s cherished because of its dramatic autumn and winter display of bright red fruits. Fowl, such as the chubby , colorful berries that start to ripen in the autumn, their colour mellowing from green to shades-of crimson, orange, or yellow. The amazing berry – laden branches hold-up exceptionally well as cut preparations and add interest as well as colour to wreaths. Clumps of little dreamy aromatic white blossoms show up in the springtime, and therefore are produced close together making the look of neatly solid-surface of blooms.

  • The Red Raspberry is selected by gardeners because of its sweet taste, firmess, and its own large dimensions fruit. This raspberry has two crop seasons having a reasonable production in Summertime as well as a significant production in the Autumn. Favorite uses include clean eating, frozen as well as in preserved pies. The fresh fruit is created by honey-bees and other pollinators. Blooms are produced in late spring & early summer. Each blossom is all about 2-3 cm in diameter, with five (5) white or light pink petals. Kept outside as a winter chill must stimulate flower bud growth.

  • Anthurium is typically the most popular and long lasting of tropical blooms. Our premium red Anthurium, from anthos, meaning flower, and oura, meaning tail, refers to the numerous tiny-like spadix. These brilliant red colored beauties (now in bloom) are the renowned all over the world. Real Hawaiian lava-rock is hand picked to give a joyful house to your Anthurium. Our Anthuriums have been specially hybridized for use as house plants because of the trouble free growing demands. With reasonable care your volcano bonsai should last for a long time. Area in a bright window or on a counter top without direct sunlight and greatest to keep a bit of water in a saucer/tray. Fertilize monthly at 1/2 power with a soluble fertilizer located at your local garden store or on our web site. Tray sold individually.

  • Anthurium is typically the most popular and long lasting of tropical blooms. Our premium red Anthurium, from anthos, meaning flower, and oura, meaning tail, refers to the numerous tiny-like spadix. These brilliant red colored, heartshaped, lovable attractiveness will be the renowned all around the globe. Our Anthuriums have been specially hybridized for use as house plants because of the trouble free growing demands. With due care your bonsai should endure for a long time. Set in a bright window or on a counter top without direct sunlight. Better to keep a bit of water in a saucer/tray. Fertilize quarterly at 1/2 power with a soluble fertilizer located at your local garden store or on our web site.

  • The Azalea is an associate of the genus Rhododendron. It’s an evergreen that blooms abundently in springtime with deep red blooms that stay on the tree for months. Great bonsai showpiece.

  • Native to the Mediterranean seacoast, Rosemary is an evergreen with slim, fragrant dark-green leaves which can be the supply of the herb Rosemary. It produces little clusters of light lavender-blue blooms in spring as well as summertime. Unbelievable scent transfers to hand when finely touched. Put in a new touch to your own meals using the clippings of the bonsai tree.

  • Native to the Mediterranean seacoast, Rosemary is an evergreen with slim, fragrant dark-green leaves which can be the supply of the herb Rosemary. It produces little clusters of light lavender-blue blooms in spring as well as summertime. Unbelievable scent transfers to hand when finely touched. Put in a new touch to your own meals using the clippings of the bonsai tree.

  • The Hibiscus Tiliaceus is a species of flowering trees in the Mallow family and is native to Australia. The Hibiscus Tiliaceus h AS heart shaped leaves as well as the blossoms are bright yellow using a deep red centre upon opening. On the span of the day, the blooms deepen to orange and finally red before they drop. Does very well indoors. Shield from freezing temperatures.

  • Lovely white, tiny blooms which look like tiny roses. To not be mistaken with “Serissa Japonica”. This subtropical evergreen native to Japan, can blossom at any given moment. Flowers profusely with single or double white miniature blooms. Little leaves. Superb indoor flowering bonsai. Excellent for newbies.

  • This little tree that is native to tropical America has really little feathery, finely divided leaflets on compound leaves and has a delicate moderate blueish/green colour. The slightly rough stems are a rich chocolate-brown or gray having sharp quick numerous thorns. The little, yellowish, puff-like blooms are extremely fragrant and appear in clusters in late-winter and also occasionally after each new flush of growth, supplying almost year round blooming. The persistent fruits have a shiny coat and contain seeds which are cherished by birds along with other wild life. Great for inside.

  • A tropical evergreen tree Indigenous to China. Has quite little (less than 3/4″) green leaves which are lightly veined and almost bronze when they appear. The Sageritia sheds its bark as well as the trunk becomes multicolored. Little pink-white blossoms in spring give way to small black fruits throughout the summer and into fall. A popular bonsai for indoors.

  • Native to tropical Africa and naturalized all over the world. The Tamarind is an appealing tree valued for the protection and edible fruit. The leaf is bright green, compact, pinnate and feathery to look at. The leaflets close during the nighttime. The inconspicuous, inch-wide, five petaled blooms are produced in small racemes and are yellowish with orange or reddish stripes. The flower buds are pink because of the outer colour of the four sepals which are shed when the bloom opens. The Tamarind is long lived and slow-growing. Prized as bonsai because of the quite appealing rough bark it grows. Makes a fantastic indoor bonsai.

  • Historically named Tangerine from Tangier, Morocco, the port that the first tangerines were

  • Acacia/Mimosa family. Native to Texas and Mexico and is well suited for dry, indoor locations. The brief branches are clothed in tiny dark-green, bi-pinnate (compound) leaflets and make a wide rounded canopy which casts a filtered shade below. Leaves fold-up during the night or in dim light. Contacting the leaves will not set it to rest as in some Mimosa. Short thorns are interspersed on the list of branches. From June to August is embellished with dense, plume-like spikes of very fragrant, light yellow to white flowers at the conclusion of its own branches. Dark brown woody seed capsules follow the flowers and remain on the tree for months. In Mexico these seed pods are eaten as well as the shells roasted and used as a coffee substitute.

  • The Blooming Tillandsias are appealing and fascinating members of the Pineapple family otherwise called the bromeliad family. They’re native in the southern US, Mexico, and Central and South South Usa. Most Tillandsias grow on trees or stone without land. They obtain all their water and nutrients through scales on their leaves called trichomes. In character, nutrients are given by rotting leaves, debris, or insect issue. Their wire-like roots are useful for anchoring just. The Tillandsia enjoys bright light but not direct sun light. A shaded veranda or near a bright window inside your home. The crops blooms have eye-catching like purple blossoms also it has to be held from intense cold. It enjoys clean air every so often. Wet your plant 1-2 times weekly. A humidity/drip tray may be used to supply humidity.

  • Our dwarf Tophat Blueberry is native to northern and alpine North America. Loaded with tiny white blooms in spring followed by sweet fullsize 1/2″ tasty, edible blueberries. It’s a crop season of a single month beginning in early August. Self pollinating. Only 18″ when fully-grown. The foliage turns a brilliant reddish colour in the autumn. It is small, shiny leaves, gnarly trunk and slow-growth make this the finest edible bonsai. Deciduous. Keep outside.

  • Neea buxifolia is a versatile tree native to Puerto Rico. Usually spelled “Nia”, the botanical name is “Neea”. This is an associate of the Bouganvillea family with leaves about one-quarter inch-long and oblong with a rounded apex. This tree is particularly appealing throughout the growing season as a result of deep red colour of its new shoots. Neea produces small blossoms in spring as well as summer followed by little red mature fruit in summertime. Great for inside.

  • Neea buxifolia is a versatile tree native to Puerto Rico. Usually spelled “Nia”, the botanical name is “Neea”. This is an associate of the Bouganvillea family with leaves about one-quarter inch-long and oblong with a rounded apex. This tree is particularly appealing throughout the growing season as a result of deep red colour of its new shoots. Neea produces small blossoms in spring as well as summer followed by little red mature fruit in summertime. Great for inside.

  • Neea buxifolia is a versatile tree native to Puerto Rico. Usually spelled “Nia”, the botanical name is “Neea”. This is an associate of the Bouganvillea family with leaves about one-quarter inch-long and oblong with a rounded apex. This tree is particularly appealing throughout the growing season as a result of deep red colour of its new shoots. Neea produces small blossoms in spring as well as summer followed by little red mature fruit in summertime. Great for inside.


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