Indoor and Outdoor Bonsai Trees and Bonsai Tools
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Bonsai... a Japanese word meaning "tray-planted," bonsai refers to the art of training drawf trees and growing the miniaturized trees in pots or containers. Bonsai trees are dwarfed by pruning roots and branches to create an artistic sculpture. Whether you are interested in raising Bonsai trees as hobby or profession, Bonsai Tree Source has everything you need to succeed including artificial Bonsai trees, seeds, trees, pots, tools, and useful articles and tips.
Today's Most Popular Bonsai Trees and Products
This sub-tropical evergreen imported from Japan, blooms profusely with beautiful pink or double pink rose-shaped miniature flowers. Small foliage. Very slow grower. Excellent for beginner.
Native to China and Eastern Asia and now grown ornamentally in the United States. The berries are employed as a "yin" tonic in traditional Chinese medicine for a wide range of conditions, including premature aging, ringing in the ears and chronic toxicity. White flowers are attractive during late spring and early summer. Does well indoors.
Also known as Mexicana Ficus. Elongated, light green leaves have a striking resemblance to the popular weeping willow tree. This tree does particularly well in low, moderate or high lighting conditions.
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 which is unisexual, has male flowers in cones and female flowers composed of cylindrical thickened scales. The fruits are edible, pendiculate, fleshy and brightly colored. New floiage appears light green in color that turns darker with age. Our tree is trained in the traditional bonsai style with a curved trunk and tiered branches. Grows very well albeit slowly indoors.
This dwarf Juniper from Japan is 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". They are very hardy, long-lived and tolerate many adverse conditions. Trained style.