Welcome to Bonsai Garden

Explore our selection of Bonsai trees.

Tree Species Curently Avalaible On Our Website

Juniper (Juniperus)

Juniper bonsai trees are fairly low maintenance making them great for beginners.

Juniper bonsai tree

Pine (Pinus)

The pine bonsai, another beginner friendly tree. It can be grown with most techniques.

Pine bonsai tree

Japanese Maple (Acer Palmatum)

The japanese maple bonsai is perhaps one of the most aesthetically pleasing bonsais out there.

Japanese maple bonsai tree

Japanese Flowering Cherry (Prunus Serrulata)

Another japanese bonsai, the flowering cherry. In the japanese tradition, cherry trees symbolize friendship.

Flowering Cherry bonsai tree

Cedar (Cedrus)

Cedar bonsais are very malleable. As a result, the number of styles is only limited by the artists creativity.

Cedar bonsai tree

Chinese Elm (Ulmus Parvifolia)

The Chinese elm bonsai can be grown both outdoors and indoors. It's great for practicing different styles because it requires a lot of trimming.

Chinese elm bonsai tree

Weeping Fig (Ficus Benjamina)

The weeping fig is great for those looking for both decoration and utility. This minature tree also serves as an air purifier.

Weeping fig bonsai tree

Dwarf Jade (Portulacaria Afra)

Dwarf jade bonsai trees are great indoor trees, however, they will require a lot of sunshine to grow and stay healthy.

Darf Jade bonsai tree

Dwarf Boxwood (Buxus)

The dwarf boxwood, another tree that's very responsive to trimming. A very good pick for florists looking to experiment and hone their skills.

Darf Boxwood bonsai tree