A common misconception about Bonsai trees is that they should be kept indoors. In fact, most flowering bonsai trees 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. Normally because temperatures are high and stable throughout the year. There is however a wide choice of indoor flowering trees and plants you can choose from.
In decorating terms, all bonsai trees that produce flowers or fruit will add color to any room in your home or out on the patio. They are really good house plants for decorating the living room, kitchen or home office. Indoor flowering bonsai also make for a very unique table centerpieces.
The trees shown in this category are all flowering bonsai trees and plants of different varieties. Most are tropical or sub-tropical indoor trees, however, some are temperate or outdoor trees. When making your selection, please review the tree description before you buy and find out if it should outdoors or indoors.
Just about all of these flowering trees and plants can be kept outside if the temperature stays above 50 degrees.
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Favorite outdoor flowering bonsai
A Chinese azalea bonsai its unlike other azaleas that flower in the spring, it blooms frequently throughout the year with one or more pink blooms.,t
The other is a Cherry bonsai tree. This flowering ornamental has beautiful white spring flowers each of which is set in a white calyx and together form a cascade of fragrant bells. Unique evergreen variegated foliage. Keep outdoors on a deck or patio.
Caring for flowering bonsai trees
Both indoor and outdoor flowering bonsai trees require more light than non-flowering trees in order to generate flowers and or fruit. If you like plants and flowers, you will love these flowering trees. Lasting longer than cut bouquets, and blooming continually, our flowering bonsai trees add cheer and color to your decor.
The main problem with keeping a tropical indoor Bonsai tree is that the intensity of light indoors is much lower than outside. Trees won’t die immediately when light intensity is too low, but growth will decrease, eventually weakening the plant. Therefore, make sure to place your Bonsai at a bright spot, preferably directly in front of a window facing the south.
Caring for an indoor Bonsai tree is different from that of normal potted house plants. The main reason is that Bonsai trees are planted in small pots and therefore have limited storage for nutrients and water. More important is that tropical trees are used to much light and high humidity; circumstances that are quite difficult to create indoors.
Most important after light requirements is to spray and mist flowering bonsai trees off regularly. This procedure will help to remove all dust and debris from the bottoms and tops of leaves, allowing your bonsai to breathe freely and to continue its photosynthetic processes.
For outdoor bonsai kept under a covered patio you will need to water your tree on a regular basis. Water should be applied until it begins running out of the holes in the bottom of your pot. Soaking and spraying should be done in a soft manner so you don’t disturb the soil this is the same as indoor trees.
Since your bonsai is growing in such a small amount of soil you have to fertilize it. Fertilizer should be applied at least once a month and used at half strength except during growing season. Outdoor trees really don’t need it during the winter.
Most flowering bonsai plants are a slow to moderate growers. This usually means trees do not need a lot of shaping or pruning to look good.