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 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.
Miniature Ceramic Snowman Figurine Christmas Tree Decoration with hanging loop.
Maidenhair Tree. The sole representative of one of the most ancient genera, the Gingko may be considered a true living fossil as its ancestors flourished in many parts of the world during the Jurassic Period, from the evidence of fossils dating back 200 million years ago. The Ginko Biloba is the hottest trend in both health foods and bonsai. It's regarded in eastern cultures as the "Fountain of Youth" plant. The herbs from the mystical plant are thought to improve health and memory. Easily distinguishable by the characteristic two-lobed, fan-shaped deciduous leaves which turn deep yellow in autumn. Fruits arranged in clusters are golden yellow when ripe. Keep outdoors. Available 12 months a year. May have no foliage during autumn and winter months.
The Ficus Orientalis has very small leaves and compact growth habit. Great for indoors in low, moderate or high lighting conditions. Our tree is planted on a rock slab.
Man With Pipe - Chinese mud figurine.