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This succulent bonsai, also called the “Elephant Bush”, is native Only to South Africa Africa and has light green leaves which are nearly round and about one third the dimensions of the common Jade plant. The fleshy trunk, branches, and leaves are accustomed to keep water. A great bonsai tree for the office or home.
Tree of a Thousand Stars. The Japonica has somewhat elongated spoon shaped, shiny green leaves. This is a twiggy tree that grows tighter with shearing. This northern Chinese Serissa has small white trumpet-shaped blossoms and is educated in the tiered layered design with the artwork shaped trunk.
Native to the Rocky Mountains, this coniferous (cone bearing) evergreen tree. The bark is slender with slim vertical furrows. The crown is Conical in young trees getting cylindrical in mature trees. The leaves are needlelike and about .5″ – 1.0″ long and the colour is grey/green to bluish grey/green which varies considerably from tree to tree in wild populace.
This hardwood tree is native to Brazil and its rainforests. The raintree has delicate branches and tiny light green compound leaves and is spiny. The leaves fold-up during the night or in dim light. This tree wakes up when we do. Blooms appear as aromatic white bouffant flowers. Easy indoor treatment.
A native to tropical America also called Pitch Apple and is extensively grown as an ornamental tree in tropical areas of the planet. This is a compact evergreen tree that’s captivating pink and white blooms and exceptional shaped fruit that’s occasionally found in flower arrangements. The most popular name comes from the exceptional leathery paddle leaves, but also called the “Autograph Tree.” Actually, you are able to scratch your name on the top of a leaf and the mark will stay for quite sometime. Very easy indoor care.
The Water Jasmine, wrightia religiosa, is the substance most frequently used for bonsai in Malaya. It’s extensively planted as a hedge tree in Southeast-Asia nations because the wrightia is twiggy and can be used for medicinal purposes. The Water Jasmine loves the warmth and favors as much direct sunlight as you can. It may be semi-deciduous during wintertime or maybe even kept above 65 degrees Fahrenheit. The blooms are white, pendulous, and fill an area having an extremely wonderful scent. Long, green-bean-like seed pods follow flowering if bugs pollinate the blossoms.
Native to the Fujan province of China. This tree has tiny white flowers that will bloom at any given moment. The leaf is dark-green and small in dimension. The flowers become red berries that turn darker with age. Trained in the conventional cloud layer fashion using a curved trunk. Loves the heat and does great indoors.
This dwarf Juniper from Japan is typically the most popular evergreen in the U.S. When we think of a traditional bonsai and what it should look like, we think of a “Juniper Procumbens Nana”. It’s extremely hardy, long lived, and tolerates many adverse conditions. This can be a great tree for the novice.
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