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Easy to Care

Discover which bonsai trees are very easy to maintain indoors and are more tolerant of lower lighting conditions and some watering neglect. Good for beginners and gifts when you are unsure of the recipients bonsai expertise.

Juniper Bonsai Trees

These Dwarf Junipers from Japan are the most popular evergreen in the U.S. When we think of a traditional bonsai and what it should look like, we think of a “Juniper Procumbens Nana.” They are an excellent choice for the beginner.

Flowering & Fruiting

The trees shown in this category are all flowering bonsai trees of different varieties and some may fruit as well.  Most are tropical or sub-tropical indoor trees, however, some are temperate or outdoor trees. 

Sweet Plum Curved Trunk Bonsai Tree Large

A tropical evergreen tree native to China. Has very small (less than 3/4″) green leaves which are lightly veined and almost bronze when they emerge. The Sageretia sheds its bark and the trunk becomes multi-colored. Small pink-white flowers in spring give way to small black fruits (3-5mm) during the summer and into autumn. A very popular bonsai for indoors.

Paperbark Maple Bonsai Tree (acer griseum)

Massive branches that thicken with age display exquisitely peeling and orange-copper bark. Spring and summer displays rich green leaves and in fall change to brilliant red. The slowing compact tree is a perfect companion with other dwarf conifers and other smaller scale bonsai. Native to China.

Ginseng Ficus Bonsai Tree Curved & Gnarled Trunk (ficus retusa)

Also known as Banyan Fig and Taiwan Ficus, the Retusa has small dark green leaves that alternate up the stem and which are more oval than the Benjamina. Grey to reddish bark dotted with small horizontal flecks, similar to tiger-like markings. Has a curved & gnarled trunk. Among the most tolerant, versatile and trouble-free bonsai trees for indoor use.