Grow Flowering Bonsai Trees from seed with this Complete Jasmine Bonsai Seed Kit. Perfect for children or any individual who wants to get their hands dirty and learn the hobby of Bonsai. The seeds in this kit will germinate and continue to grow for many years. Kit includes Flowering Jasmine Bonsai Seeds, Ceramic Container, Bonsai Potting Mix, Pebbles, and Instruction Guide. Flowering Jasmine Bonsai (Mandevillia suaveolens) is a deciduous climbing vine with sweet smelling white flowers.
Model: HOLLOW CREEK BONSAI TREES
Dwarf Japanese Juniper Bonsai Tree in 6"X4"X1" PLASTIC BONSAI TRAY
Monterrey Cliff Style Juniper Bonsai . It is easy to picture this tree on the cliffs of Moterrey ,the wind blowing and ocean spray below.Tree is in an 6" pot.
Japanese Dwarf Juniper - Juniperus procumbens nana
This juniper has a low, spreading habit that makes it ideal for cascade and semi-cascade styles. Specimens grown in a nursery or specifically for bonsai can be used for many styles.
Lighting: Full sun.
Temperature: Tolerates a wide range of temperatures, including freezing, however, roots must be protcted from excessive heat or cold.
Watering: Spray the foliage with water daily during the growing season. Water when the soil is moderately dry (to a depth of 1/2 to 1 inch) but do not let the soil dry out completely.
Pruning and wiring: To develop the foliage, pinch out the tender new shoots using your fingers. Do not use scissors, as the cut needles will turn brown. Pinching must be done continuously during the growing season. Prune undesirable branches (especially those growing straight down from their parent branch) when repotting or during the growing season.
Wiring is best done in autumn or early winter, so that the branches can become accustomed to their new position while the tree is dormant. Wiring done at other times must be watched carefully for signs of wire cutting into the bark, and must be removed immediately if this happens. If necessary, the tree can be re-wired after removing the old wire.
Repotting Reduce the roots gradually, removing no more than one third of the roots at each repotting. Repot young trees (up to 10 years) every other year. Repot older trees every 3-4 years. Repotting is best done in spring. Be sure to use Hollow Creek Farms Double Screened Bonsai Soil and Micro Plus when repotting.
'Mini Fukien Tea' Pre Bonsai Tree - Carmona - 4" Pot - Indoors
Brand: Hirts: Bonsai
The Fukien Tea ('Carmona microphylla' or botanically 'Ehretia buxifolia') is a shrub-like, evergreen tropical plant of Southern Chinese descent. It is ideally an indoor plant. The Fukien Tea is a very attractive subject for bonsai, with shiny, oval, dark-green leaves against a grey-green trunk with white, slightly perfumed flowers which can appear all year round if given the right conditions. Afterwards, small berries are produced changing from green to red. It can be clipped into your desired bonsai shape easily, without need of wiring. General Care: The Fukien Tea grows well as an indoor bonsai (Depending on your climate it can be left outside and brought inside for the winter when temperatures drop below 15Â°C (60Â°F) or left inside all year as long as the plant is in a sunny position with adequate water and humidity). Branches can be pruned all year. Pinch out new shoots that detract from the overall shape of the bonsai. Trim new shoots back to two to three leaves regularly in the growing season, and every month in winter. Feed fortnightly from spring to autumn and monthly in winter with a low nitrogen feed. Water regularly.
Grow Bonsai Trees from seed with this Complete Miniature Elm Bonsai Seed Kit. Perfect for children or any individual who wants to get their hands dirty and learn the hobby of Bonsai. The seeds in this kit will germinate and continue to grow for many years. Kit includes Miniature Elm Bonsai Seeds, Ceramic Container, Bonsai Potting Mix, Pebbles, and Instruction Guide. Miniature Elm (Zelkova serrate). The Miniature Elm is a hardy outdoor tree requiring full to partial sun. One of the distinguishing characteristics of the Miniature Elm is the color of the trunk, which ranges from green to gray when at a mature age. The Elm should be periodically thinned to allow light into the inner canopy. During the colder winter months, the Miniature Elm has small, green leaves with a slight, sweet fragrance. In the fall, the leaves change color to a bronze or golden yellow color and the fragrance seems to disappear.
Concorde Barberry - Berberis - Top Seller /Also Bonsai - 4" Pot
Brand: Hirts: Barberry
A dwarf ball with velvety, deep purple foliage. Superior to 'Crimson Pygmy'. Developed by Wavecrest Nursery. Recently added to the federal rust free barberry list. This is a beauty! Also makes a great bonsai!
Wisteria Sinensis - Chinese Blue Purple Wisteria Bonsai Tree Seed - Fragrant PURPLE FLOWERS - Hardy Zones 3-9 - By MySeeds.Co (Chinese Wisteria x 10 Packs)
WE OFFER BOTH PKT. & BULK SIZES ~ ~ Wisteria sinensis - Chinese Wisteria Wisteria sinensis is a deciduous Climber growing to 25 m (82ft) by 20 m (65ft) at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 3. It is in flower in May, and the seeds ripen from Sep to October. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects.It can fix Nitrogen. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil.The plant prefers acid and neutral soils..It cannot grow in the shade.It requires moist soil. Wisteria sinensis (Chinese Wisteria) is a woody , deciduous , perennial climbing vine in the genus Wisteria , native to China in the provinces of Guangxi , Guizhou , Hebei , Henan , Hubei , Shaanxi , and Yunnan . While this plant is a climbing vine, it can be trained into a tree-like shape, usually with a wavy trunk and a flattened top. Characteristics Bonsai Heat Tolerant Fragrant Flowers Nitrogen Fixing Flowering Vine Vine Growing Info: Scarification: Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours Stratification: none required Germination: sow seed 1/4 deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed
Penn Plax Bonsai Tree on Rocks Aquarium Decor - Style 2
Fish will love the Penn Plax Bonsai Tree on Rocks Aquarium Decor - Style 2 - it offers plenty of opportunity for play, shelter, and secrecy. This zenful decoration features a bonsai tree resting peacefully on rocks, giving your fish - and you - a perfect spot to meditate. It's crafted of fish-safe, non-toxic resin. Penn-Plax is a family-owned company in operation since 1959. They specialize in creating excellent pet supplies for animals both great and small. Best known for producing pet products at affordable prices, the Penn-Plax brand is synonymous with innovation and quality, keeping your pet foremost in mind. Made of non-toxic resin. Suitable for both fresh and salt water. Allows fish to swim through branches. Great addition to decor your aquarium. Dimensions: 7L x 6W x 12H in..
With delicate, crinkled vibrant pink/purple flowers blossoming mid to late summer, the Dwarf Crepe Myrtle bonsai tree adds welcome color to any deck, patio or garden. The flowers have six or seven crinkly-edged petals on stalks, sticking out between the sepals, which are simple triangular points. The flowers occur in spike-like clusters. The tree's sinewy, fluted stems support opposing leaves with entire margins. Grown in Chinese nurseries under carefully controlled conditions, and developed at U.S. National Arboretum, this tree is 5 years old and 7 inches tall. Brussels grows specimens only under carefully controlled conditions, meticulously training each tree with wire and pruning over a period of years. If upon the tree's arrival some leaves have dropped or turned slightly brown that does not mean the bonsai is unhealthy. Defoliation is the natural result of being in the low-light environment of a shipping box. When you receive your tree, place the box in a shaded area to unpack. Inspect tree for damage to branches or leaves. Water soil if dry, and place the tree in shade for at least one week before moving to a sunny location. What is a Bonsai? Literally, the Japanese word "bonsai" means "tray tree" or "plant grown in a pot." The term refers to the artistic techniques used to capture the natural beauty of trees, rather than a specific variety of tree. A full-grown tree and a bonsai can be grown from the same seed--the bonsai has simply been dwarfed and shaped through years of training. For more information on care and training visit Brussel's Bonsai on the Web.