Bonsai Trees For Sale At Wholesale Prices
Whether you buy a pre bonsai or one that is already shaped for you like a chinese elm this indoor hobby is one best stress relieving activities a person have. Just learning this Chinese and Japanese art form of shaping live trees and plants is rewarding. It’s also considered to be an ideal indoor activity for anyone with an interest in unique looking house plants. These tiny trees are also ideal for decorating small spaces in your home or office.
You only have two main choices outdoor or indoor. Within in these choices, selections can be from evergreen, deciduous, flowering and or fruiting. Most beginners look to purchase bonsai trees for sale in a kit. Normally these are a ficus plant or juniper. A big reason is because they are so easy to grow and take care of. My personal choice has always been a Chinese elm bonsai or a Hawaiian umbrella tree. These tiny trees do not require as much natural sunlight as other Japanese bonsai and so do very well in poor lighting areas.
Its always best to purchase from an established nursery supplying all types trees and supplies online. Big online stores that offer bonsai trees for sale don’t seem to have the same quality or the information about proper tree care.
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As soon as you discover how easy it is to grow live bonsai, your collection will start to grow. To start an indoor garden of trees, many nurseries and sellers like us, recommend indoor trees, flowering or evergreen as a first choice.
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As a beginner I started with a cascading juniper tree, i was told they were easy to care for and shape. I found a Juniper on sale from an online nursery that had a shape already started for me or what is called a pre-bonsai tree. Buying a Japanese bonsai for beginners and then learning to shape it properly, was easier than I thought.
After this I became more interested in large and small indoor trees and plants, especially flowering plants, because of the beauty of their blossoms. I was also quite interested in feng shui at the time and how it related to plants and trees in the home. I am now take my own cuttings and taught myself how to grow my own, it was easier and faster than starting from seeds. Although I still on occasion start my own seeds to grow. I now sell my specimens at garage sales.
The most popular to buy are Fukien tea trees, which are used quite frequently in decorating, as a plant centrepiece for a kitchen or dining room table. Junipers and boxwood trees are considered best for beginners. Don’t forget fruiting trees for the kitchen. These are easy to shape into a unique style that is your own and can be grown outdoors as well as indoors.
Two very popular trees for sale are flowering bonsai like the Hawaiian umbrella tree which have tiny umbrella shaped leaves and Brazilian rain trees which have leaves that fold up at night, which looks very cool. If you are going to display your bonsai remember you can always dress them up with a new bonsai pot. Small potted trees and plants should always be kept in a drip tray, they need the humidity.
A common misconception about Bonsai trees is that they should be kept indoors. In fact, most Bonsai should be placed outside, where they can experience the seasons just like normal trees can. Only tropical and subtropical plants can survive in the indoor climate of your house; where temperatures are high and stable throughout the year. There are however many trees and plants that can be grown indoors if you live in a warm climate and winters are very mild.
You can always find a bonsai trees for sale at a discount, but should be more concerned with the quality and type of tree you want. Just because a tree is older or classified as one of a kind, that doesn’t mean its harder to grow. Read more information about specimen bonsai trees.
A popular trend for offices is to buy preserved bonsai trees, these are not fake or artificial plants but real trees that are preserved in the Japanese style of bonsai.