Very Rare True Dwarf Dazzle Crape/Crepe Myrtle Pre-Bonsai Mame Shohin


Very Rare True Dwarf Dazzle Crape/Crepe Myrtle Pre-Bonsai Mame Shohin


Very Rare True Dwarf Dazzle Crape/Crepe Myrtle Pre-Bonsai Mame Shohin


Rare to find a dwarf Crepe Myrtle with this size trunk. I would estimate this tree to be at least 15 years old. Also has many branches to refine your new bonsai into a specimen within a short period of time. Trunk is 2+ in diameter. Also has a good root spread that will surely make a wonderful nebari in the very near future. There has been minimal pruning and wiring on this tree. Its form is very natural. This is a “Dazzle” variety and produces beautiful pink flowers. The item “Very Rare True Dwarf Dazzle Crape/Crepe Myrtle Pre-Bonsai Mame Shohin” is in sale since Tuesday, April 25, 2017. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “onokinedealz” and is located in Tampa, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Plant Form: Pre-Bonsai

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Old juniper pre-bonsai tree


Old juniper pre-bonsai tree


Old juniper pre-bonsai tree



An old specimen ready to be shaped. The trunk is a few inches thick as you can see in the pics. Its been in this pot for two years now. It has lots of little healthy shoots on it. Ill be revising the listing later. Heres a little about the juniper in general. The juniper is a genus of about 50 – 70 species within the cypress family. They are evergreen coniferous trees or shrubs, which are very popular for Bonsai purposes. The most popular species are the Chinese juniper (Juniperus chinensis), the Japanese Shimpaku (Juniperus sargentii), the Japanese needle juniper (Juniperus rigida), the two central European species: the savin (Juniperus sabina) and the common juniper (Juniperus communis), and other species and cultivars from many parts of the world which are available in our nurseries. The foliage colors range from dark blue-greens to light greens and the foliage can either be scale-like or needle-like. Scale junipers usually have needle-like foliage when they are young (called juvenile foliage), the typical scale-like foliage appears later. After heavy pruning or bending, over-watering or other stress often juvenile foliage will grow again. It can last a few years until enough normal scale-like foliage has grown and all the needle-like foliage can be removed. The berry-like cones are round or oval, depending on the species they measure between 3 mm and 2 cm and they need a year or two to ripen. The seeds are round or edged. The cones are often eaten by birds who spread the germinal seeds later with their droppings. Junipers are very suitable for creating deadwood (jin and shari). This is due to the fact that live veins below a broken or for other reasons dying branch will dry out and die. This results in natural deadwood which is peeled, polished and bleached by climatic conditions and is very durable in case of the juniper. The triad of green foliage, reddish-brown or yellowish-brown bark and silvery white deadwood is very appealing. Specific Bonsai care guidelines for the Juniper Bonsai Position: Place the tree outside, year-round, on a bright spot with lots of sunlight. The Juniper cannot live indoors. During the winter protect the tree once temperatures drop below -10 degrees C (14F). Some species change their foliage color during frosty periods to a purplish brown which is connected with their frost protection mechanism. In spring they will turn green again. Watering: Be careful not to water too much, as the juniper roots don’t like soil wetness. Before you water, the soil should dry well. Misting the tree can be done regularly, especially after the tree has been repotted because it benefits from air humidity. Continue reading about watering Bonsai trees. Feeding: Use normal organic fertilizer pellets or balls every month during the growth season or a liquid fertilizer each week. If strong growth is desired some higher nitrogen levels can be applied in spring. Pruning: To develop the foliage pads, long shoots which stick out of the silhouette can be pinched or cut at the base with sharp scissors throughout the growth season. Do not trim the juniper like a hedge because the removal of all growing tips will weaken the tree and the cut will turn the needles brown. When the foliage pads become too dense they must be thinned out with sharp scissors at the base. The Juniper Bonsai is generally a strong tree that also withstands aggressive pruning quite well. But it cannot bud again from bare tree parts, so take care that there is some foliage left on every branch you want to keep alive. Continue reading about pruning Bonsai trees. Wiring: Junipers which are produced for Bonsai purposes are already wired quite heavily in most cases when they are still very young. Dramatically twisted shapes are very popular and correspond with the natural shapes that used to grow in the Japanese mountains in former times. Junipers can be strongly bent, if necessary wrapped with raffia or tape as a protection, but you must be careful with parts which possess deadwood. Those parts break easily. If they are large and old, you can split the deadwood off in order to bend the more flexible living parts. The foliage pads should be wired and fanned out after thinning when necessary, to let light and air get in. Otherwise the inner parts of the foliage pads will die. In addition to this, the danger of pest infestation is increased if the pads are too dense. From the aesthetic point of view we also want to achieve unobstructed structures and want to prevent the juniper from looking like broccoli. Repotting: Once every two years, very old trees at longer intervals, using a basic (or somewhat more draining) soil mixture. Don’t prune the roots too aggressively. Propagation: Use seeds or cuttings. Acquisition of juniper Bonsai: Many well-suited juniper species in different sizes are offered in most nurseries. You can often find good Bonsai raw material there. Specialized Bonsai traders offer everything from young plants, pre-Bonsai and pre-styled juniper trees up to high-value Bonsai, in various styles and shapes. Pests / diseases: If junipers are well cared for and placed in an ideal position they are quite resistant against pests. It is important though not to let the foliage pads get too dense, because otherwise pests can settle in them more easily. During winter the junipers must be kept in a place with enough light and they must be checked for pests regularly because pests can even occur in winter. Junipers can sometimes get infested with spider mites, juniper scale, juniper aphids and juniper needle miners as well as juniper web worms for example. Customary insecticide / miticide sprays will help but you should also find the reason why the tree was prone to infestation. A big problem are fungal rust diseases. The diverse juniper species and cultivars have a very different level susceptibility to rust fungus, there are also some which are regarded as resistant. As a rule of thumb, the blue-green junipers are more resistant than those with yellowish-green foliage. The Japanese junipers are also not infested very often. In the internet you can find files which list many juniper species and cultivars and their susceptibility / resistance level to rust fungus. The rust fungus infests the junipers permanently and causes swellings from which hard, brown galls emerge. In spring, during rainy weather, the galls produce large, orange, gelatin-like tendrils, full of spores, which infest the leaves of pear trees (but there are also types of rust fungus which use hawthorn or crab apples as a second host instead of the pear). The fungus causes orange spots on the pear leaves. In late summer brownish proliferations grow from the bottom-sides of the leaves which release spores that infest junipers again. While the pear trees in most cases are not fatally affected they are newly infested each year again and they can even be treated successfully with a fungicide, an infested juniper normally cannot be cured. The visibly infested branches die in most cases and the fungus can emerge on other tree parts. Removing the parts with the swellings and galls is no guarantee at all that the fungus will not reappear. Although some people have a different opinion, it is best to immediately burn up a rust-infested juniper or put it into the garbage instead of your compost heap. The item “Old juniper pre-bonsai tree” is in sale since Sunday, March 26, 2017. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “odarkwave_7″ and is located in Mobile, Alabama. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Type: Conifer
  • Bonsai Species: Juniper Bonsai (Juniperus)
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor
  • Plant Form: Pre-Bonsai
  • Watering: Light

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Bonsai trees Trident maple (pre-bonsai) Acer buergerianum lot of 10 stubs


Bonsai trees Trident maple (pre-bonsai) Acer buergerianum lot of 10 stubs


These are 4-5 years old and still dormant. They are 8-10 inches tall with trunks that range from just under 3/4 to 1 inch thick. A nice group with Shohin-style potential. The temperature is going to be in the 60’s much of the week here and bare-root season looks like it will be short this year. I have so many trident maples. Moving trees when they are dormant is much less stressful than when they are in full-leaf. Plus, it is very easy to see the branch structure. These trees that I offer are raw bonsai material that I have kept small with annual branch and root pruning. I don’t claim to be a bonsai master by any stretch. What I do is grow tree species that are suitable for bonsai. I trim the roots severely each year to develop a fibrous root mass and train them for permanent life in a bonsai pot. I sell to those that enjoy bringing out the full potential of a tree and who won’t mind investing a little time to do so. Obviously, some trees will need more work and time than others. I start most of them at a low price and let the buyers decide what they are worth. Trees are like fingerprints, no two are alike. These have spent most of their life growing in the ground. Plant the trees back in the ground, a training pot or finished pot on arrival. If you are going for training, use a 2-3 gallon pot. Trident maple is a deciduous species that must be grown outdoors. They are hardy from zones 5-8 and very fast-growing. Some of mine have grown 3-5 feet in one season and they grow well into the fall. The trident is one of the most popular trees for bonsai. They usually develop a thick trunk with a wide base at the soil line and exposed surface roots. The 3-lobed leaves are glossy and reduce well. Just “Google” the trident maple and you will see many fine examples. I will send a care sheet with the tree. The trees will be sent as shown, with most of the soil removed. The roots will be enclosed in a plastic bag with moist packing. The item “Bonsai trees Trident maple (pre-bonsai) Acer buergerianum lot of 10 stubs” is in sale since Thursday, February 16, 2017. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “plantasm” and is located in Saint Louis, Missouri. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Climate: Temperate
  • Genus: Acer
  • Bonsai Species: Trident Maple
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor
  • Plant Form: Pre-Bonsai
  • Sunlight: Partial Shade
  • Season of Interest: Summer
  • Foliage: Deciduous
  • Soil Type: Loam
  • USDA Hardiness Zone (°F): 5 (-20 to -10 °F)
  • Watering: Medium

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Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


I put this bonsai container in this pot about 4 months ago. Container: stoneware: 7 5/8 by 5 7/8 inches: height 2 3/8 inches. I use wd-40 on bonsai container. Scientific name: portulacaria common name: jade. This is pre-bonsai: it will take between 1 to 4 years and this will be nice bonsai tree. Refinement rule # 1 trim the bonsai tree the way you like it: this tree needs some clip & grow and it will turn into nice bonsai tree: rule # 2 follow bonsai tree rules. Light: bright sunlight: can be grown indoors but must have bright sunlight (5 to 8 hours). Water: i water this bonsai tree 2 or 5 days week: allow soil surface to dry between waterings. Temperature: tolerate as low as 40 degree fahrenheit. Thank you for looking!!The item “Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai” is in sale since Saturday, May 16, 2015. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Flowers, Trees & Plants\Bonsai\Plants”. The seller is “ficusplant123″ and is located in Fort Pierce, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.

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Japanese Maple 'Kashima' pre-bonsai PENNY START & NO RESERVE


Japanese Maple 'Kashima' pre-bonsai PENNY START & NO RESERVE


Japanese Maple 'Kashima' pre-bonsai PENNY START & NO RESERVE


Japanese Maple 'Kashima' pre-bonsai PENNY START & NO RESERVE


Japanese Maple 'Kashima' pre-bonsai PENNY START & NO RESERVE


Japanese Maple 'Kashima' pre-bonsai PENNY START & NO RESERVE


Japanese Maple 'Kashima' pre-bonsai PENNY START & NO RESERVE


Japanese Maple 'Kashima' pre-bonsai PENNY START & NO RESERVE



Japanese maple ‘kashima’ pre-bonsai. Its in a 11.5″x4″ training pot. It stands 18″ tall with 1.25″ trunk above the 2″ base and 3″ root spread. It has tons of branches to work with. It has a nice trunk and good flare at the base. Penny start & no reserve.The item “Japanese Maple ‘Kashima’ pre-bonsai PENNY START & NO RESERVE” is in sale since Saturday, May 02, 2015. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Flowers, Trees & Plants\Bonsai\Plants”. The seller is “dyedb” and is located in Dowagiac, Michigan. This item can be shipped to United States.

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Dwarf Black Olive Pre-Bonsai Tree Great Indoors 4 pot Bucida spinosa



Click an image to enlarge. Great indoor bonsai tree. Makes a unique gift. The starter plant you will receive is growing in a 4 pot. Many bonsai enthusiasts prefer trees with strong, angular lines and the black olive is an exceptional example of this form. Tiny leaves, sprinkled in a lacey pattern, allow the trunk line to be clearly seen. This tree prefers warm, sunny, indoor growing sites and does well in average home conditions. Click here to find out what zone you are in! Do not pay until you are finished shopping. If you have a plant question and wish to speak to an expert in your area click on the following link. Problems must be reported to us within 15 days of receiving the product. Send a photo of the items in question using the. Seed is a live product which depends on many important grower skills such as proper planting time, seed depth, type of soil, watering, light intensity, proper use of fertilizers, weed controls, fungicides, insecticides, soil conditions, and reasonable weather during the growing period. All seed sales are final. Hirt’s is one of ohio’s oldest horticultural establishments, founded in 1915 by samuel hirt.The item “Dwarf Black Olive Pre-Bonsai Tree Great Indoors 4 pot Bucida spinosa” is in sale since Sunday, November 16, 2014. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Flowers, Trees & Plants\Bonsai\Plants”. The seller is “hirtsgardens” and is located in Wadsworth, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States.

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Bonsai tree flowering crabapple (6-7 years old) # 3 pre-bonsai


Bonsai tree flowering crabapple (6-7 years old) # 3 pre-bonsai


Bonsai tree flowering crabapple (6-7 years old) # 3 pre-bonsai


Bonsai tree flowering crabapple (6-7 years old) # 3 pre-bonsai


Bonsai tree flowering crabapple (6-7 years old) # 3 pre-bonsai


Bonsai tree flowering crabapple (6-7 years old) # 3 pre-bonsai


Bonsai tree flowering crabapple (6-7 years old) # 3 pre-bonsai


Bonsai tree flowering crabapple (6-7 years old) # 3 pre-bonsai


Bonsai tree flowering crabapple (6-7 years old) # 3 pre-bonsai


Bonsai tree flowering crabapple (6-7 years old) # 3 pre-bonsai


This is raw material, great for someone who doesn’t mind taking a little time to develop them for bonsai. This is also the largest tree in the group. The crabs were named varieties, though the tags were lost and i’m not sure of the name of the exact variety. They could be indian magic. The blooms are most likely a shade of pink and the fruit should be small. They are still dormant but the buds are starting to swell. The trees should be 6-7 years old. This particular tree is 8 inches tall with a trunk that is 1 and 3/4 inches thick right above the roots. It has a partial hollow trunk that you could carve. These crabs will be sent virtually bare-root. Plant them in the ground on arrival or in a training pot. If you are potting them, use at least a 2 gallon pot. Flowering crabapples are deciduous and must be grown outdoors. They are generally hardy from zones 3 to 8. They are noted as an easy-to-grow flowering and fruiting bonsai subject. They become twiggy and are very fast-growing. I will send a care sheet with the tree. Please note that i will take a m.The item “Bonsai tree flowering crabapple (6-7 years old) # 3 pre-bonsai” is in sale since Thursday, March 12, 2015. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Flowers, Trees & Plants\Bonsai\Seedlings”. The seller is “plantasm” and is located in Saint Louis, Missouri. This item can be shipped to United States.

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Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai


Scientific name: portulacaria common name: jade: elephant grass. This is pre-bonsai: it will take between 1 to 4 years and this will be nice bonsai tree. I use wd-40 bonsai container. Refinement rule # 1 trim the bonsai tree the way you like it: this tree needs some clip & grow and it will turn into nice bonsai tree: rule # 2 follow bonsai tree rules. Light: bright sunlight: can be grown indoors but must have bright sunlight (5 to 8 hours). Water: i water this bonsai tree 3 or 5 days week: allow soil surface to dry between waterings. Temperature: tolerate as low as 40 degree fahrenheit.The item “Bonsai Tree Portulacaria Jade Pre-Bonsai” is in sale since Saturday, October 25, 2014. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Flowers, Trees & Plants\Bonsai\Plants”. The seller is “ficusplant123″ and is located in Fort Pierce, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.

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Ming Pre-Bonsai Tree Plant Polyscias Indoor 4 Pot



Click an image to enlarge. The naturally twisted stems and fernlike foliage make this ming a true asian treasure. Correct name: polyscias fruticosa ‘elegans’. Also know as parsley aralia. Display this plant in bright light but protect from the hot sun.

Makes a great house plant or bonsai! The plant you will receive is 8-10″ tall growing in a 4″ pot. Let its natural bonsai-like appearance add a touch of the orient to your home. Keep evenly moist, but not wet or dry. Do not allow the plant to stand in water.


Normal house temperatures are fine. Click here to find out what zone you are in! Do not pay until you are finished shopping. If you have a plant question and wish to speak to an expert in your area click on the following link. Problems must be reported to us within 15 days of receiving the product.

Send a photo of the items in question using the. Seed is a live product which depends on many important grower skills such as proper planting time, seed depth, type of soil, watering, light intensity, proper use of fertilizers, weed controls, fungicides, insecticides, soil conditions, and reasonable weather during the growing period. All seed sales are final. Hirt’s is one of ohio’s oldest horticultural establishments, founded in 1915 by samuel hirt.

The item “Ming Pre-Bonsai Tree Plant Polyscias Indoor 4 Pot” is in sale since Friday, August 15, 2014. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Flowers, Trees & Plants\Bonsai\Plants”. The seller is “hirtsgardens” and is located in Wadsworth, Ohio. This item can only be shipped to United States.

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Snowflake' Ming Aralia Pre-Bonsai Tree Polyscias fruticosa Indoor 4 Pot


Click an image to enlarge. The naturally twisted stems and fernlike foliage make this ming a true asian treasure. Correct name: polyscias fruticosa ’snowflake. Display this plant in bright light but protect from the hot sun. Makes a great house plant or bonsai! Let its natural bonsai-like appearance add a touch of the orient to your home.

Keep evenly moist, but not wet or dry. Do not allow the plant to stand in water. Normal house temperatures are fine.
Click here to find out what zone you are in! Do not pay until you are finished shopping. If you have a plant question and wish to speak to an expert in your area click on the following link. Problems must be reported to us within 15 days of receiving the product. Send a photo of the items in question using the.

Seed is a live product which depends on many important grower skills such as proper planting time, seed depth, type of soil, watering, light intensity, proper use of fertilizers, weed controls, fungicides, insecticides, soil conditions, and reasonable weather during the growing period. All seed sales are final. Hirt’s is one of ohio’s oldest horticultural establishments, founded in 1915 by samuel hirt.

The item “Snowflake’ Ming Aralia Pre-Bonsai Tree Polyscias fruticosa Indoor 4 Pot” is in sale since Saturday, May 31, 2014. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Flowers, Trees & Plants\Bonsai\Plants”. The seller is “hirtsgardens” and is located in Wadsworth, Ohio. This item can only be shipped to United States.

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