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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.
This succulent bonsai, also called the “Elephant Bush”, is native Only to South Africa Africa and has 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. Hard to locate in its variegated kind and makes a great bonsai tree for the office or home.
Has small evergreen leaves. Hardy with excellent branching characteristics. Tiered skilled trunk provides the look of fantastic age.
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 trained into pleasing shapes using the full upright canopy.
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 flowers having the full upright canopy. Popular indoor flowering bonsai.
This Japanese Cedar is an evergreen conifer with great curved needles which are green in summer and accept hitting bronze or purplish tones in wintertime. Tansu is one of the tiniest of the cryptomeria. It grows quite slowly right into a broad pyramid of dainty green needles. Keep outdoors and protect from desicating cold temperatures winds.
New miniature cultivar of the popular Ficus Benjamina with very small leaves and compact growth habit. Great for indoors in low, moderate or high-lighting conditions.
Also generally known as Banyan Fig. The Golden Coin Ficus has little, dark-green, egg-shaped leaves that resemble the Ficus Microcarpa. It’s gray to reddish bark which is dotted with small, horizontal flecks, similar to tiger-like markings. Has huge trunk and is been trained in in the conventional bonsai style using a curved trunk. One of the most tolerant, versatile and trouble free bonsai trees for indoor usage.
This Dwarf Flowering Bottle-Brush is an extremely slow grower that h-AS red, fragrant, showy blooms. It flowers repeatedly throughout the spring as well as summer and can blossom into winter in warmer climates. Hummingbirds flock to its blooms. The The Small John leaf is dark-green and evergreen. Great indoor bonsai.
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.
Native to East Africa and relative of the Plumeria. Small succulent tree that grows no more than 8″ tall in the in the great outdoors, has fleshy leaves and varieties an extremely bulbous base. Produces unique 2″ pink and white, open-trumpet-shaped blooms through the entire year in full sunlight. Needs little water during winter. All plant nuts love these.
Evergreen tree indigenous to Africa and Australia with 400 species globally. Wonderful purple/mauve 1″ wide flowers borne along the stalk by the end of springtime and then, sometimes, the remaining entire year. Good indoor bonsai. Supply some sunshine to help create flowers.
The Mimosa adores sun and is drought tolerant. It folds its leaves under water pressure, preventing water loss and under critical conditions it is going to defoliate before the rains return. The Mimosa can blossom through the entire year. Blooms are white using a white foundation, looking like white pom poms and are self-fertilizing. It will take about four months after flowering for the long flattened pods to develop and liberate seeds. The Mimosa seeds have a tough layer which needs scarification (abrasion) and germination is generally 6-10 days after sowing. Interesting tree and easy indoor care.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 unique 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 scrape your name on the top of a leaf and the mark will stay for quite sometime. Very easy indoor care.
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. Loves the heat and does great indoors.
Also generally known as Banyan Fig and Taiwan Ficus. The Retusa has small dark-green leaves which alternate up the stem and which are more oval than the Benjamina. Gray to reddish bark dotted with small horizontal flecks, similar to tiger-like markings. All have heavy trunks with open aerial roots. One of the most tolerant, versatile and trouble free bonsai trees for indoor usage.
Gold yellow evergreen conifer with fanlike leaves. Leaves edged with blue on undersides. Pea-sized cones. Beautiful uncommon evergreen that’s the smallest of the species. To not be confused with Arborvitae. Hardy, keep outside.
Here is the tree that we recommend if you’re inexperienced with bonsai or you don’t possess a green-thumb. In our view it’s among the simplest bonsai trees to take care of and is an extremely beautiful trouble free evergreen. Should you not know which tree to purchase as a present for somebody, this is the tree to pick. This versatile tree is very good for home, workplace, dorm or anywhere and does well in low to high-lighting conditions. Our tree features tiny umbrella-shaped leaves forming a dense green canopy. This impressive trouble free evergreen is an extremely popular and simple to look after indoor bonsai.
The Lysiloma is a huge weeping, evergreen tree that is native to the Bahamas. With age the pastoral, scaly bark becomes grayish/ cinnamon coloured. The leaves are rounded in the point and its own growth rate is moderate. The Lysiloma has all you would like in a bonsai. Little leaves, little Powderpuff blooms and pastoral bark. The tree is deciduous, it drops all of it is leaves around December and remains dormant before the conclusion of the February but the roots are unable to be worked on only at that time as this is a tropical tree. The bark is a gray-brownish and quite rough. it breaks in to lengthy irregular strips. The leaves are dark-green together with the undersides a light green. Compact white powder puff blooms appear in early summer and through the entire year. Brownish fruit pods increase 3-4" having a little turn.
A finishing, practical addition to your bonsai living sculpture. Not only do they visually improve the placement of your tree, but humidity/drip trays make watering simple, provide essential humidity for your own tree and protect furniture from stain and damage.
It’s recommended to include water to your own bonsai humidity/drip tray. Additionally it is recommended to lift your bonsai pot from the water by lining your tray with River pebbles.
Hardy and simple to grow, this fine Maple will look great on an outdoor, deck or yard. Provide sun to be able to show best colors both in early spring and late into the the growing season. Deciduous. Keep outside.
Purplish red becoming green in late summer, deeply lobed. Red autumn color. Insignificant small reddish purple blooms in May-June. Deciduous. Keep outside. Available 1 2 months annually. Will not have any foliage during wintertime.
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.
The rocks selected for this unusual arrangement are imported and washed in acid making them strikingly distinctive. We then cut and cement the rocks to one side of the pot, leaving an ample well between them to hold water. A ceramic bridge is cemented to the stone on both sides. A pagoda figurine is also added and cemented to the stone located over the bridge. To complete the picture, we cement a miniature, glazed, mud figurine fisherman overlooking the water-holding a fishing pole and fish. On the other side of the restful scene, we’ve chosen for planting, the ever-popular Juniper bonsai. The whole landscape is arranged within an attractive, glazed, imported ceramic container.
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”. This impressive trouble free evergreen is a wonderful tree for the novice. Our tree comes with a Juniper planting on a single side of the pot as well as to another side of the planting is a well that holds water. We include a ceramic fisherman figurine together with a fishing pole, line and ceramic fish. As revealed.
Fig species that’s native to South and Southeast Asia. This evergreen tree is very good for bonsai training as they produce sturdy trunks, great branching charachteristics and glossy leaves. Best to trim in early summer as the newest leaves that subsequently grow will be smaller compared to the ones removed. Ours is trained in the coiled trunk fashion. Great for indoors year round, the brighter the place, the scaled-down the growth.
The most eye-catching feature of the Pony-Tail Palm is the swollen base of the trunk. The feel of the trunk looks and feels scaly like the foot of an elephant and is also referred to as Elephants Foot. The extraordinary thickening of the trunk serves as a water reservoir against dry spells, allowing the tree to really go up to four (4) months without water and causing no ill consequences. Excellent in reduced or higher lighting conditions. The Pony-Tail is a great option for home, workplace or anyplace.
Purchase this Pre Bonsai Ficus Midnight Bonsai Tree online for a special price of $17.95. Bonsai tree will be shipped to your home within the week.
Itoigawa is an extremely prized cultivar of Shimpaku from Japan. It grows tighter and fuller and is the most compact of the Shimpaku Junipers.
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