Japanese Maple, Weeping, Viridis' Green Tree, 3 Gal Live Tree, 42+ Tall


Japanese Maple, Weeping, Viridis' Green Tree, 3 Gal Live Tree, 42+ Tall


Japanese Maple, Weeping, Viridis' Green Tree, 3 Gal Live Tree, 42+ Tall


Japanese Maple, Weeping, Viridis' Green Tree, 3 Gal Live Tree, 42+ Tall


This Yree is stunning! ACER PALMATUM’ VIRIDIS. Weeping small tree 5-8 ft tall AND 5 FT WIDE-fully grown. Full to partial sun, The growth habit is like a dwarf’Crimson Queen’. Crimson red lace leaf foliage. The plant reaches you with minimal damage- very safe and secure. Most plants go dormant in fall and winter and will lose most of their leaves – looking dead and dry – very normal. They will flush out in spring. YOU MAY FIND CHEAPER BUT YOU WON’T FIND NICER! THE PHOTOS ARE THE ACTUAL PLANT THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE. PLEASE SEE THE OTHER PLANTS THAT ARE AVAILABLE. WE WILL DUE OUR BEST TO COMBINE THEM IN 1 BOX. IT WILL COMBINE ALL YOUR ITEMS ON 1 INVOICE. FEEDBACK: we strive to earn positive 5 star feedback for all items. And we will leave the same for all good buyers. If you feel we deserve anything less please send us a message before leaving anything less or opening a case and we will fix the issue within 24 hours. The item “Japanese Maple, Weeping, Viridis’ Green Tree, 3 Gal Live Tree, 42+ Tall” is in sale since Sunday, June 14, 2020. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “dirtynailsnursery66″ and is located in Alden, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • USDA Hardiness Zone (°F): 5 (-20 to -10 °F)
  • Foliage: Deciduous
  • Brand: Rayburn Farms
  • Type: Dissectum
  • Soil pH: Acidic
  • Climate: Cold
  • Style: Weeping Laceleaf
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Aspect: East-facing
  • Watering: Medium
  • Soil Type: Perlite, Pine Bark, Fox Farms Potting Soil
  • Bonsai Species: Japanese Maple ‘Viridis’
  • Plant Form: TREE
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Season of Interest: All Year!
  • Species: Palmatum
  • Genus: Acer

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Brussel's Bonsai Shimpaku Juniper ST0818SJ-B Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree


Brussel’s Bonsai Shimpaku Juniper – ST0818SJ-B Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree. Shimpaku Juniper is considered the best of all the Junipers for bonsai. This specimen with the final textured foliage and outstanding branches helps create the perfect bonsai. Whether on a rock or in a container; the Shimpaku Juniper is one of the best. Outdoor bonsai include evergreen varieties like pines and junipers as well as deciduous varieties like maples and elms. All outdoor bonsai are hardy and require seasonal change. Upon receiving your bonsai, it is best to acclimate it in a shady area for one week. All outdoor bonsai prefer morning sun and afternoon shade. Patios, decks and balconies are great areas to display your bonsai during the growing season. Outdoor bonsai can be displayed indoors, but only for short periods of time. You should never leave your bonsai inside for more than five days. Watering properly is critical to maintaining a healthy bonsai! Outdoor bonsai are watered according to the season. Outdoor bonsai should be watered daily in the spring, summer and fall. In the winter you will not need to water as frequently. However, you should never let your bonsais soil dry out. Water your bonsai properly by using a watering can or hose attachment that has a fine-spray nozzle. You should thoroughly soak your bonsais soil. Water should be running out of the drain holes. Misting foliage periodically is recommended, but should not be considered watering. General care is also important to maintaining a beautiful bonsai. Bonsai should be periodically trimmed to keep their miniature shape. To best understand trimming and wiring techniques, we recommend purchasing an instructional book. Your bonsai will need to be repotted every four to five years. It is necessary to repot your bonsai when its root system becomes pot bound. Repotting outdoor bonsai should be done before new growth appears during late winter or early spring. Make sure you are using a good bonsai soil when repotting since regular potting soil will compact and inhibit proper drainage. We recommend waiting at least one growing season before repotting your bonsai to make sure it is well established. Fertilizing bonsai is required. Most water-soluble and time-released fertilizers work very well when used as directed. We recommend using slow-releasing organic fertilizers for more mature specimen bonsai. Insects and diseases can attack bonsai just like any other plant. Inspect your bonsai regularly. A brisk spraying of the trunk and foliage periodically will help keep your tree clean. If any problems appear, most garden centers have products available for treatment. Outdoor bonsai need to experience winter dormancy and should remain outdoors in the winter. Nevertheless, the root systems of outdoor bonsai need protection from extreme winter weather. You should Heel-In your bonsai by covering the pot and soil with pine needles or mulch when temperatures approach freezing. We also recommend protecting your bonsai from extremely cold winds by placing it against the south side of your house. In areas that have extremely cold winters, bonsai can be protected in garages, sheds, cold frames or basements. Contact a local bonsai club for more advice. States and the District of Columbia. When temperatures are below freezing, we use heat packs to ensure tropical product arrives safely. This is necessary for some sensitive plant material. In these rare instances, we will contact you directly to make arrangements. We will be happy to assist and guide you through our simple claim process. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “Brussel’s Bonsai Shimpaku Juniper ST0818SJ-B Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree” is in sale since Friday, February 7, 2020. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “brusselsbonsai” and is located in Olive Branch, Mississippi. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Bonsai Species: Juniper (Juniperus)
  • Brand: Brussel’s
  • UPC: DOES NOT APPLY
  • Indoor/Outdoor:: Outdoor
  • Age: 15
  • Height: 21″

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Brussel's Bonsai Chinese Elm ST0216CELR-B Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree



The easy to grow Chinese Elm with its very leaf and fine branch structure make a natural bonsai. The Chinese Elms fast growth allows you to quickly develop nice mature twigging. These are one of the most used trees for bonsai. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “Brussel’s Bonsai Chinese Elm ST0216CELR-B Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree” is in sale since Monday, February 10, 2020. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “brusselsbonsai” and is located in Olive Branch, Mississippi. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Brand: Brussel’s
  • Indoor/Outdoor:: Outdoor
  • UPC: DOES NOT APPLY
  • Age: 10
  • Height: 11″
  • Bonsai Species: Ulmus parvifolia

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Brussel's Bonsai Japanese Black Pine ST0432JBP Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree



Brussel’s Bonsai Japanese Black Pine – ST0432JBP Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree. This tree is the most popular pine used for bonsai; in part because it exhibits attractive rough bark and deep green needles that are simple to maintain. The hardy Japanese Black Pine is also an easy care tree that thrives outdoors in full sun. Thrives outdoors above 20 degrees with protection; see bonsai care. Outdoor bonsai include evergreen varieties like pines and junipers as well as deciduous varieties like maples and elms. All outdoor bonsai are hardy and require seasonal change. Upon receiving your bonsai, it is best to acclimate it in a shady area for one week. All outdoor bonsai prefer morning sun and afternoon shade. Patios, decks and balconies are great areas to display your bonsai during the growing season. Outdoor bonsai can be displayed indoors, but only for short periods of time. You should never leave your bonsai inside for more than five days. Watering properly is critical to maintaining a healthy bonsai! Outdoor bonsai are watered according to the season. Outdoor bonsai should be watered daily in the spring, summer and fall. In the winter you will not need to water as frequently. However, you should never let your bonsais soil dry out. Water your bonsai properly by using a watering can or hose attachment that has a fine-spray nozzle. You should thoroughly soak your bonsais soil. Water should be running out of the drain holes. Misting foliage periodically is recommended, but should not be considered watering. General care is also important to maintaining a beautiful bonsai. Bonsai should be periodically trimmed to keep their miniature shape. To best understand trimming and wiring techniques, we recommend purchasing an instructional book. Your bonsai will need to be repotted every four to five years. It is necessary to repot your bonsai when its root system becomes pot bound. Repotting outdoor bonsai should be done before new growth appears during late winter or early spring. Make sure you are using a good bonsai soil when repotting since regular potting soil will compact and inhibit proper drainage. We recommend waiting at least one growing season before repotting your bonsai to make sure it is well established. Fertilizing bonsai is required. Most water-soluble and time-released fertilizers work very well when used as directed. We recommend using slow-releasing organic fertilizers for more mature specimen bonsai. Insects and diseases can attack bonsai just like any other plant. Inspect your bonsai regularly. A brisk spraying of the trunk and foliage periodically will help keep your tree clean. If any problems appear, most garden centers have products available for treatment. Outdoor bonsai need to experience winter dormancy and should remain outdoors in the winter. Nevertheless, the root systems of outdoor bonsai need protection from extreme winter weather. You should Heel-In your bonsai by covering the pot and soil with pine needles or mulch when temperatures approach freezing. We also recommend protecting your bonsai from extremely cold winds by placing it against the south side of your house. In areas that have extremely cold winters, bonsai can be protected in garages, sheds, cold frames or basements. Contact a local bonsai club for more advice. States and the District of Columbia. When temperatures are below freezing, we use heat packs to ensure tropical product arrives safely. This is necessary for some sensitive plant material. In these rare instances, we will contact you directly to make arrangements. We will be happy to assist and guide you through our simple claim process. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “Brussel’s Bonsai Japanese Black Pine ST0432JBP Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree” is in sale since Monday, February 10, 2020. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “brusselsbonsai” and is located in Olive Branch, Mississippi. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Brand: Brussel’s
  • Indoor/Outdoor:: Outdoor
  • UPC: DOES NOT APPLY
  • Age: 1
  • Height: 1

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Brussel's Bonsai Bald Cypress ST5119BC Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree



Brussel’s Bonsai Bald Cypress – ST5119BC Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree. Bald Cypress have strong masculine trunks and light beautiful foliage. They are deciduous and make a great seasonal addition to any serious bonsai collection. Thrives outdoors above 20 degrees with protection; see Bonsai Care. Outdoor bonsai include evergreen varieties like pines and junipers as well as deciduous varieties like maples and elms. All outdoor bonsai are hardy and require seasonal change. Upon receiving your bonsai, it is best to acclimate it in a shady area for one week. All outdoor bonsai prefer morning sun and afternoon shade. Patios, decks and balconies are great areas to display your bonsai during the growing season. Outdoor bonsai can be displayed indoors, but only for short periods of time. You should never leave your bonsai inside for more than five days. Watering properly is critical to maintaining a healthy bonsai! Outdoor bonsai are watered according to the season. Outdoor bonsai should be watered daily in the spring, summer and fall. In the winter you will not need to water as frequently. However, you should never let your bonsais soil dry out. Water your bonsai properly by using a watering can or hose attachment that has a fine-spray nozzle. You should thoroughly soak your bonsais soil. Water should be running out of the drain holes. Misting foliage periodically is recommended, but should not be considered watering. General care is also important to maintaining a beautiful bonsai. Bonsai should be periodically trimmed to keep their miniature shape. To best understand trimming and wiring techniques, we recommend purchasing an instructional book. Your bonsai will need to be repotted every four to five years. It is necessary to repot your bonsai when its root system becomes pot bound. Repotting outdoor bonsai should be done before new growth appears during late winter or early spring. Make sure you are using a good bonsai soil when repotting since regular potting soil will compact and inhibit proper drainage. We recommend waiting at least one growing season before repotting your bonsai to make sure it is well established. Fertilizing bonsai is required. Most water-soluble and time-released fertilizers work very well when used as directed. We recommend using slow-releasing organic fertilizers for more mature specimen bonsai. Insects and diseases can attack bonsai just like any other plant. Inspect your bonsai regularly. A brisk spraying of the trunk and foliage periodically will help keep your tree clean. If any problems appear, most garden centers have products available for treatment. Outdoor bonsai need to experience winter dormancy and should remain outdoors in the winter. Nevertheless, the root systems of outdoor bonsai need protection from extreme winter weather. You should Heel-In your bonsai by covering the pot and soil with pine needles or mulch when temperatures approach freezing. We also recommend protecting your bonsai from extremely cold winds by placing it against the south side of your house. In areas that have extremely cold winters, bonsai can be protected in garages, sheds, cold frames or basements. Contact a local bonsai club for more advice. States and the District of Columbia. When temperatures are below freezing, we use heat packs to ensure tropical product arrives safely. This is necessary for some sensitive plant material. In these rare instances, we will contact you directly to make arrangements. We will be happy to assist and guide you through our simple claim process. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “Brussel’s Bonsai Bald Cypress ST5119BC Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree” is in sale since Friday, February 7, 2020. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “brusselsbonsai” and is located in Olive Branch, Mississippi. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • UPC: DOES NOT APPLY
  • Indoor/Outdoor:: Outdoor
  • Age: 1

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Brussel's Bonsai Pomegranate Bonsai DT0819PG Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree



Brussel’s Bonsai Pomegranate Bonsai – DT0819PG Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree. Rare and special; this dwarf Pomegranate has refined coral flowers that can be appreciated up close. Buds and blooms develop from spring through summer and colorful fruit appears in August. A distinct; attractive; hard-to-find bonsai variety. Blooms June – Aug. Thrives outdoors above 20 degrees with protection; see pg. Outdoor bonsai include evergreen varieties like pines and junipers as well as deciduous varieties like maples and elms. All outdoor bonsai are hardy and require seasonal change. Upon receiving your bonsai, it is best to acclimate it in a shady area for one week. All outdoor bonsai prefer morning sun and afternoon shade. Patios, decks and balconies are great areas to display your bonsai during the growing season. Outdoor bonsai can be displayed indoors, but only for short periods of time. You should never leave your bonsai inside for more than five days. Watering properly is critical to maintaining a healthy bonsai! Outdoor bonsai are watered according to the season. Outdoor bonsai should be watered daily in the spring, summer and fall. In the winter you will not need to water as frequently. However, you should never let your bonsais soil dry out. Water your bonsai properly by using a watering can or hose attachment that has a fine-spray nozzle. You should thoroughly soak your bonsais soil. Water should be running out of the drain holes. Misting foliage periodically is recommended, but should not be considered watering. General care is also important to maintaining a beautiful bonsai. Bonsai should be periodically trimmed to keep their miniature shape. To best understand trimming and wiring techniques, we recommend purchasing an instructional book. Your bonsai will need to be repotted every four to five years. It is necessary to repot your bonsai when its root system becomes pot bound. Repotting outdoor bonsai should be done before new growth appears during late winter or early spring. Make sure you are using a good bonsai soil when repotting since regular potting soil will compact and inhibit proper drainage. We recommend waiting at least one growing season before repotting your bonsai to make sure it is well established. Fertilizing bonsai is required. Most water-soluble and time-released fertilizers work very well when used as directed. We recommend using slow-releasing organic fertilizers for more mature specimen bonsai. Insects and diseases can attack bonsai just like any other plant. Inspect your bonsai regularly. A brisk spraying of the trunk and foliage periodically will help keep your tree clean. If any problems appear, most garden centers have products available for treatment. Outdoor bonsai need to experience winter dormancy and should remain outdoors in the winter. Nevertheless, the root systems of outdoor bonsai need protection from extreme winter weather. You should Heel-In your bonsai by covering the pot and soil with pine needles or mulch when temperatures approach freezing. We also recommend protecting your bonsai from extremely cold winds by placing it against the south side of your house. In areas that have extremely cold winters, bonsai can be protected in garages, sheds, cold frames or basements. Contact a local bonsai club for more advice. States and the District of Columbia. When temperatures are below freezing, we use heat packs to ensure tropical product arrives safely. This is necessary for some sensitive plant material. In these rare instances, we will contact you directly to make arrangements. We will be happy to assist and guide you through our simple claim process. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “Brussel’s Bonsai Pomegranate Bonsai DT0819PG Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree” is in sale since Tuesday, February 4, 2020. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “brusselsbonsai” and is located in Olive Branch, Mississippi. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Bonsai Species: Punica granata ‘Nana’
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor
  • Brand: Brussel’s
  • Height: 12″
  • Age: 6

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Brussel's Bonsai Crepe Myrtle ST3015CM-A Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree


Brussel’s Bonsai Crepe Myrtle – ST3015CM-A Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree. Outdoor bonsai include evergreen varieties like pines and junipers as well as deciduous varieties like maples and elms. All outdoor bonsai are hardy and require seasonal change. Upon receiving your bonsai, it is best to acclimate it in a shady area for one week. All outdoor bonsai prefer morning sun and afternoon shade. Patios, decks and balconies are great areas to display your bonsai during the growing season. Outdoor bonsai can be displayed indoors, but only for short periods of time. You should never leave your bonsai inside for more than five days. Watering properly is critical to maintaining a healthy bonsai! Outdoor bonsai are watered according to the season. Outdoor bonsai should be watered daily in the spring, summer and fall. In the winter you will not need to water as frequently. However, you should never let your bonsais soil dry out. Water your bonsai properly by using a watering can or hose attachment that has a fine-spray nozzle. You should thoroughly soak your bonsais soil. Water should be running out of the drain holes. Misting foliage periodically is recommended, but should not be considered watering. General care is also important to maintaining a beautiful bonsai. Bonsai should be periodically trimmed to keep their miniature shape. To best understand trimming and wiring techniques, we recommend purchasing an instructional book. Your bonsai will need to be repotted every four to five years. It is necessary to repot your bonsai when its root system becomes pot bound. Repotting outdoor bonsai should be done before new growth appears during late winter or early spring. Make sure you are using a good bonsai soil when repotting since regular potting soil will compact and inhibit proper drainage. We recommend waiting at least one growing season before repotting your bonsai to make sure it is well established. Fertilizing bonsai is required. Most water-soluble and time-released fertilizers work very well when used as directed. We recommend using slow-releasing organic fertilizers for more mature specimen bonsai. Insects and diseases can attack bonsai just like any other plant. Inspect your bonsai regularly. A brisk spraying of the trunk and foliage periodically will help keep your tree clean. If any problems appear, most garden centers have products available for treatment. Outdoor bonsai need to experience winter dormancy and should remain outdoors in the winter. Nevertheless, the root systems of outdoor bonsai need protection from extreme winter weather. You should Heel-In your bonsai by covering the pot and soil with pine needles or mulch when temperatures approach freezing. We also recommend protecting your bonsai from extremely cold winds by placing it against the south side of your house. In areas that have extremely cold winters, bonsai can be protected in garages, sheds, cold frames or basements. Contact a local bonsai club for more advice. States and the District of Columbia. When temperatures are below freezing, we use heat packs to ensure tropical product arrives safely. This is necessary for some sensitive plant material. In these rare instances, we will contact you directly to make arrangements. We will be happy to assist and guide you through our simple claim process. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “Brussel’s Bonsai Crepe Myrtle ST3015CM-A Outdoor Bonsai Live Tree” is in sale since Friday, February 7, 2020. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “brusselsbonsai” and is located in Olive Branch, Mississippi. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Indoor/Outdoor:: Outdoor
  • UPC: DOES NOT APPLY
  • Age: 50

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Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift


Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift


Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift


Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift


Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift


Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift


Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift


Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift


Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift


Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift


Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift


Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift


Brussel’s Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous New. Chinese Elms are deciduous trees with small leaves and fine twigging on their secondary branches. These trees are imported from Chinese nurseries where the branches have been painstakingly trained for years. Chinese Elms are durable and may be displayed indoors for extended periods of time. The small leaves are ideally suited for bonsai. Imported from northern China. 7 years old; 9 – 14 inches tall. Thank you for shopping at our store. The item “Chinese Elm Bonsai Live Garden Home Plant 7 Years Old Deciduous Yard Best Gift” is in sale since Friday, May 6, 2016. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “gk_usa_mall” and is located in Ontario, California. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Plant Type: Bonsai
  • Form: Plant
  • UPC: 785696480243
  • MPN: None
  • Modified Item: No
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Non-Domestic Product: No
  • Foliage: Deciduous
  • Brand: Brussel’s Bonsai

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