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5″ Plastic Bonsai Pots – Dark Brown – 7 Pots – PP5

This is a 7 pot bundle of PP5 pots.

5″ Plastic Pots. Excellent for pre-bonsai and bonsai in training.

We have these pots in a bundle of 7, 40, or 600 pots. Check our other listings!

Overall Dimensions: 5″ Length, 3 3/4″ Width, 2″ Depth

These pots match our PP5T plastic trays, available separately. Check our store for availability!

Product Features

  • 7 pots included in this bundle
  • 5″ Length, 3 3/4″ Width, 2″ Depth
  • Best selling line of plastic bonsai pots
  • Attractive design with the style of a ceramic pot
  • Matching tray available (PP5T)

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Tags: Dark, Bonsai, POTS, Brown, Plastic

11.25″ Plastic Bonsai Pots – Dark Brown – 3 Pots – PP12

This listing is for a 3 pot bundle. Check our listings for other bundle sizes.

11 1/4″ Plastic Pots. These pots are excellent for pre-bonsai and bonsai in training.

Available in bundles of 3, 30, or 120

Overall Dimensions: 11 1/4″ Length, 8″ Width, 3″ Depth

These pots match our PP12T plastic trays, available separately. Check our listings for availability!

Product Features

  • 3 Pot Bundle
  • 11 1/4″ Length, 8″ Width, 3″ Depth
  • Traditional style bonsai pot
  • Best selling line of plastic bonsai pots in the world
  • Matching tray available (PP12T)

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Tags: 11.25, Dark, Brown, POTS, Bonsai, Plastic, PP12

Bonsai Boy’s Parisian Red Ceramic Bonsai Pot – Oval Lotus Shaped Professional Series With Attached Humidity Drip tray 10 75 x 8 5 x 4 125

Imported ceramic bonsai pot.

Note: Our professional Series Pots are a little deeper than other pots of the same length and have groove marks on the sides and bottom of the pot to help anchor the roots. Professional Series Pots also come with heavy duty drainage hole covers and are pre-wired to assist you with wiring the tree into the pot.

Product Features

  • Parisian red bonsai pot, glazed, oval, attached tray
  • Measures OD:10.75″ x 8.5″ x 4.125″
    ID:10″ x 8″ x 3″

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Tags: Professional, Series, Drip, Bonsai, Shaped, lotus, Boy's

12 3/8″ PP13 Plastic Bonsai Pot – Deep Style – Single Pot

This is a single PP13 pot.

12 3/8″ Deluxe Deep Plastic Pots. Deeper than our standard pots and in a lighter brown/coffee color.

From a two feet away these pots look very similar to some of our Japanese ceramic pots.

Available indivudally and in bundles of 10, 30, or 80

Overall Dimensions (L,W,D): 12 3/8″ x 8 3/4″ x 4 1/2″

These pots match up with our HT8DXBrn plastic humidity trays, available separately. Check our listings for availability!

Product Features

  • Single PP13 Pot
  • 12 3/8″ x 8 3/4″ x 4 1/2″
  • Deeper than our standard bonsai pots
  • Lighter brown/coffee color
  • Matching humidity tray available (HT8DXBrn)

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Tags: PP13, Plastic, Bonsai, Deep, Style, Single

Ceramic Bonsai Pot – Japanese Houtoku Brand – Blue 4.5 inch round

Ceramic Bonsai Pot – Japanese Houtoka Brand – Blue 4.75 inch round 1.5 tall

Product Features

  • Ceramic Bonsai Pot – Japanese Houtoku Brand – Blue 4.5 inch round
  • we only sell good quality
  • good for all bomsai
  • Handmade by jmbamboo
  • fats shipping free drain screens

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Tags: Blue, Houtoku, Round, Bonsai, inch, Ceramic

PP8T – Plastic Bonsai Trys for PP8 Pots – 3 Tray Bundle

20 Plastic Trays for our PP8 bonsai pots.

6 7/8″ x 4 11/16″ x 1 1/4″

The PP8T trays are available in bundles of 3, 20, or 160.

Product Features

  • 3 Trays
  • Perfect match to the PP8 Bonsai Pot
  • Durable molded plastic
  • Overall Dimensions: 6 7/8″ x 4 11/16″ x 1 1/4″

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Tags: PP8T, Bonsai, Tray, Trys, POTS, Bundle

TROPICA – Splitrock (Pleiospilos nelii) – 40 Seeds – Cacti / Succulents


TROPICA® – Splitrock (Pleiospilos nelii) – 40 Seeds

Worth knowing: This succulent plant is very easy to care for and cleverly disguises itself as a rock. Its compactly arranged leaves resemble pieces of granite – hence the name. The Splitrock grows up to 15 cm tall and develops yellow- orange flowers, about 7 cm in diameter, during summer and autumn.

Origin: South Africa (Northern Cape).

Propagation: Seeds can be started indoors at any time throughout the year. Mix fine ground cultivation soil with about 25 % of fine sand (silica sand works best). In order to guarantee that the seeds will not fall through the soil, the soil mixture should not be too coarse. Moisten the mixture with a water vaporiser and sprinkle the fine seeds on the soil. All cacti are light germinators, therefore the seeds should be left uncovered. Sufficient warmth (16 to 25°C) and high humidity are needed. Every seed tray should be covered with foil or a glass plate and should be aired for about 2 hours every 2-3 days.

Place / Light: The plant loves a sunny location but can also be placed in a rain sheltered outdoor position during summer.

Care: Water only after the substratum has dried out. Young plants should generally be kept a little moister. Rain water and water free of lime are ideal. A surplus of water should be poured out in order to avoid standing water and root rotting. Supply the plant with cactus fertilizer from Mai until August. Do not fertilize in blazing sun and see that the soil is moist before fertilizing.

Winter period: Keep the plant in room temperatures during winter and water exactly like in summer.

Bonsai Suitability: No

Product Features

  • Price for 40 seeds
  • Four-colour-card with color photo
  • Seeds can be started indoors any time throughout the year.
  • Seed cards with detailed information about propagation, place, care and hibernation.

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Tags: Cacti, Succulents, nelii, Splitrock, Pleiospilos, Seeds, TROPICA

TROPICA – Horsetail Tree (Casuarina equisetifolia) – 200 Seeds – Bonsai


TROPICA® – Horsetail Tree (Casuarina equisetifolia) – 200 Seeds

Worth knowing: The strange looking Horsetail Tree – also known as Australian Beach Pine – develops leaves that resemble pine needles. As it does also grow in sandy ground, it requires little water and is a tub plant that doesn’t need much attention.

Origin: Northern Australia is home to the Horsetail Tree.

Propagation: Seeds can be started indoors any time throughout the year. Sow the fine seeds on moist seed starting soil and cover them thinly with the growing medium. With even humidity, the first seeds germinate within 2 to 3 weeks.

Place / Light: Full sun places are preferred. An outdoor position in front of pale-coloured walls is also possible during summer.

Care: Always keep the soil slightly moist and do not allow the soil to dry out. Avoid standing water. From April to September, the plant should be provided with bonsai-fertilizer on a monthly basis. Fertilizing is not necessary during winter.

Winter period: New shoots that have grown to a length of 8 to 10 cm, can be pruned back to a length of 2 cm afterwards. Once the plant has matured, new shoots can also be pulled by hand.

Bonsai Suitability: Yes

Product Features

  • Price for 200 seeds
  • Four-colour-card with color photo
  • Seeds can be started indoors any time throughout the year.
  • Seed cards with detailed information about propagation, place, care and hibernation.

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Tags: Bonsai, equisetifolia, Seeds, Casuarina, Horsetail, TROPICA, Tree

TROPICA – Common Olive (Olea europea) – 20 Seeds – Bonsai


TROPICA® – Common Olive (Olea europea) – 20 Seeds

Worth knowing: The Common Olive has been known for about 6000 years and counts among the oldest of all cultivated plants. The plant can either be cultivated as a bush or as a tree. It is slowly-growing and very robust.

Origin: The Common Olive stems probably from the Eastern part of the Mediterranean region.

Propagation: Seeds can be started indoors any time throughout the year. Rough the extremely hard seeds slightly with a fine file or sandpaper and soak them in water at room temperature for 24 hours. Plant the seeds 1 cm deep in seed starting soil afterwards and place them evenly moist and very warm. Germination should follow within 4 to 12 weeks.

Place / Light: Like all other Mediterranean plants, the Common Olive loves a warm and very bright to full sunny place, outdoors as well. Watering and fertilizing: Water extensively during the summer months. The soil may dry on now and again. Water less during winter. Provide liquid bonsai-fertilizer every 3 weeks from April until October (with the exception of August).

Care:

Winter period: Because of the slow and squarrose growth pruning is sometimes laborious. Best is to shape the newly grown leaves into a round Crown.

Bonsai Suitability: Yes

Product Features

  • Price for 20 seeds
  • Four-colour-card with color photo
  • Seeds can be started indoors any time throughout the year.
  • Seed cards with detailed information about propagation, place, care and hibernation.

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Tags: Olea, Bonsai, Seeds, Europea, Olive, TROPICA

Bonsai Trees: All about growing, trimming, sculpting and pruning beautiful bonsai trees (Correct Times)

“”"Bonsai art is the display of a landscape – without the landscape.”" –NobuKajiwara This quote couldn’t be truer. Growing and sculpting bonsai trees can be quite a satisfying hobby. It is a hobby however, that requires a tremendous amount of patience. When you take a simple sapling and mould it to your desire, you’ll be rewarded with a beautiful piece of art you can truly be proud of! The term bonsai literally means plant in a pot or tray planting. Bonsai however is much more than simply a plant in a pot. The goal of bonsai is to create the appearance of great size and age. This is accomplished by creating a bonsai with strong roots that extend in all directions, creating a sense of stability, a large trunk which tapers as it goes upward, a clear apex, and well formed and well placed branches. These features all combine to create a careful blend of symmetry, balance and proportion. It also must be displayed in a pot, which harmonizes well with the plant material. Bonsai is the art of growing trees in a confined space to simulate certain environmental conditions such as great age, extreme weathering, twisted or contorted form, landscape, or other factors. Bonsai trees are modeled on and take inspiration from nature. The idea of bonsai is to recreate some of nature’s most stunning and beautiful effects on trees which are reduced in scale. When undertaking bonsai, you are beginning an experience that will expand your horizons in countless ways. You may find a new sense of appreciation for nature; you may start looking at trees, bushes and shrubs differently. You will certainly find yourself looking around all the “”worst parts”" of your local nurseries where they keep the plants that most people wouldn’t look twice at. How the art of bonsai will change you is as unpredictable as nature itself, but be assured of one thing: Bonsai will change the way that you look at things. To the Japanese, there is a link to many of the ideals that their society is based on. Zen Buddhism – where the pastime originated, man, nature, elements and change all are intertwined into this unique method of meditation and expression. To our world now, bonsai is viewed as a hobby that allows a greater understanding and being with nature and also a way to enhance our gardens. The tree and the pot involved with bonsai form a single harmonious unit where the shape, texture and colour of one, compliments the other. Then the tree must be shaped. It is not enough just to plant a tree in a pot and allow nature to take its course – the result would look nothing like a tree and would look very short-lived. Every branch and twig of a bonsai is shaped or eliminated until the chosen image is achieved. From then on, the image is maintained and improved by a constant regime of pruning and trimming. So read on and enjoy your e-book “”Bonsai Trees!”"

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