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All Bonsai Trees

All Bonsai Trees

Each bonsai in our collection has its own unique personality. Discover the fascinating origin and spiritual meaning behind each tree and find the bonsai that suits you best. Get inspired by the history and symbolism of these special trees and choose the one that resonates with your style and character.

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  • Ficus Ginseng - Ø 17cm - ↑ 40cm - Bonsai

    Ficus Ginseng - Ø 17cm - ↑ 40cm - Bonsai

    Sumérgete en el mundo encantador del Ficus Ginseng, un bonsái que no solo enriquece tu hogar con su apariencia elegante sino que también añade un toque de zen a tu entorno viviente. Esta planta encantadora con su impresionante tronco de raíz y ramas elegantemente formadas es una verdadera obra de arte en sí misma. A su llegada, ya presume una altura de unos 40 cm, listo para adornar cualquier rincón de tu hogar. El Ficus Ginseng es sorprendentemente fácil de llevar, siempre que respetes sus pequeñas peculiaridades. Un lugar luminoso, pero preferiblemente no en luz directa del sol, lo mantiene feliz. En cuanto a la sed, este bonsái prefiere un suelo consistentemente húmedo, sin tener los pies en el agua. Un sorbo de agua cuando la capa superior del suelo se siente seca es exactamente lo que necesita para prosperar. Con estos simples consejos de cuidado, tu Ficus Ginseng crecerá para convertirse en un atract

    € 26,95

  • Ficus Microcarpa Ginseng (Bonsai) ↑ 30 cm

    Ficus Microcarpa Ginseng (Bonsai) ↑ 30 cm

    Meet the Ficus Microcarpa Ginseng, your mini tree with a grand personality. This bonsai version, standing at 30 cm tall and snug in a 17 cm diameter pot, brings the delicate art of Japanese gardening right into your living room. And for those who prefer their greenery on the larger side, we also have a more imposing model standing proud at 110 cm with a pot circumference of 26 cm. Whether you opt for cute and compact or tall and majestic, this Ficus adds a serene vibe anywhere. Place him in a bright spot but out of direct sunlight, as he loves the warmth but isn't a fan of sunbathing. The Ficus Ginseng keeps cool with slightly moist soil, without getting his feet wet. A sip of water when the top layer of soil feels dry keeps him looking his best. It's that simple to bring a piece of zen into your home with this lively bonsai.

    € 36,95

  • Ficus Microcarpa Ginseng (bonsai) ↑ 50 cm

    Ficus Microcarpa Ginseng (bonsai) ↑ 50 cm

    Meet the Ficus Microcarpa Ginseng, a green hero with an exotic twist that transforms any space into a peaceful haven. With its robust roots and elegant green crown, this plant stands like a wise old man in your room, full of stories and wisdom. Upon arrival, it proudly stands at 50 cm tall, nestled in a pot with a diameter of 25 cm, ready to capture your heart (and your home). The Ficus Ginseng loves a bright spot but is no fan of direct sunlight. Its ideal home is where soft sunbeams can tickle its leaves without scorching them. In terms of thirst, it is modest; it prefers its soil lightly moist, but definitely not soaked. Give it regular little sips of water, and it will grow and flourish, your faithful green companion through all seasons.

    € 65,95

Each bonsai in our collection has its own unique personality. Discover the fascinating origin and spiritual meaning behind each tree and find the bonsai that suits you best. Get inspired by the history and symbolism of these special trees and choose the one that resonates with your style and character. 

Bonsai trees have become increasingly popular as houseplants, and for good reason. These miniature trees are not only aesthetically pleasing, but they also bring a sense of calm and tranquility to any room they are placed in. In this article, we will discuss the benefits of having a bonsai tree as a houseplant, as well as some tips for caring for your bonsai tree and the tools you will need to do so.

Benefits of Having a Bonsai Tree as a Houseplant

One of the primary benefits of having a bonsai tree as a houseplant is the sense of peace and tranquility it brings to a room. Bonsai trees are often associated with the Japanese art of Zen, which emphasizes the importance of finding peace and balance in everyday life. Having a bonsai tree in your home can help create a sense of calm and relaxation that is perfect for unwinding after a long day.

In addition to their calming effects, bonsai trees are also great for purifying the air in your home. As with all plants, bonsai trees absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the air. This can help improve the air quality in your home, making it a healthier place to live.

Caring for Your Bonsai Tree

Caring for a bonsai tree requires some specialized knowledge and tools, but with a little effort, it can be a rewarding experience. One of the most important things to keep in mind when caring for your bonsai tree is to make sure it receives the right amount of light, water, and nutrients.

Bonsai trees typically require a lot of sunlight, so it is important to place them in a location where they can get at least six hours of direct sunlight each day. If you are unable to provide this amount of sunlight, you may need to invest in a grow light to help supplement the natural light.

When it comes to watering your bonsai tree, it is important to strike a balance between not watering it enough and overwatering it. Bonsai trees have a small root system, so they require more frequent watering than traditional houseplants. However, you should be careful not to water them too much, as this can cause root rot and other problems. It is a good idea to check the soil moisture level regularly and adjust your watering schedule accordingly.

In addition to sunlight and water, bonsai trees also require regular fertilization to thrive. There are a variety of bonsai fertilizers available on the market, and it is important to choose one that is appropriate for your specific type of bonsai tree. Fertilizing your bonsai tree once a month during the growing season can help ensure that it receives the nutrients it needs to stay healthy.

Bonsai Tools

Caring for a bonsai tree requires some specialized tools, but they are relatively easy to obtain and use. One of the most important tools you will need is a pair of bonsai pruning shears. These shears are designed specifically for trimming bonsai trees, and they allow you to make precise cuts without damaging the tree.

In addition to pruning shears, you may also need a concave cutter for removing larger branches, as well as wire cutters for shaping the branches of your bonsai tree. A bonsai rake is also useful for removing debris from the soil, and a watering can with a fine nozzle can help you avoid overwatering your tree.

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