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Ginseng Ficus Bonsai Tree Care Information
Ficus will grow decently in low light, but thrive in high light conditions. Prune back to 2-4 leaves after 6-10 leaves have grown. We recommend using a dull pruning tool on Ficus, as a clean cut
Golden Gate Ficus Bonsai Tree Care Information
Ficus will grow decently in low light, but thrive in high light conditions. Prune back to 2-4 leaves after 6-10 leaves have grown. We recommend using a dull pruning tool on Ficus, as a clean cut
Golden Coin Ficus Bonsai Tree Care Information
Ficus will grow decently in low light, but thrive in high light conditions. Prune back to 2-4 leaves after 6-10 leaves have grown. We recommend using a dull pruning tool on Ficus, as a clean cut
Trained Olive Bonsai Tree Care Information
The Olive Bonsai will grow in full shade to full sun, but the more light it has the more dense its foliage will be. The Olive Bonsai can be kept indoors during the winter months. However, they a
Why is my plant not doing so well even when I followed all the care instructions exactly?
Please be aware that the general care information for each plant was established based on average environmental conditions. Due to the sensitive nature of living products, the amount of given care sho
Juniper Bonsai Tree Care Information
The Juniper does best in filtered or shaded sunlight. Junipers can survive in cold weather and are extremely hardy but provide protection from freezing conditions in winter. To avoid browni
Chinese Elm Bonsai Tree Care Information
The Chinese Elm enjoys partial filtered natural sunlight. Prolonged direct exposure to intense sun may burn the plant and yellow the leaves. The Chinese Elm constantly rotates leaves and sprouts
Boxwood Bonsai Tree Care Information
Boxwoods will grow decently in low light, but thrive in filtered light conditions. Strong direct sunlight may cause the leaves to burn. Prune back to shape to your preference. We recommend us
Sago Palm Bonsai Tree Care Information
Palm does best in filtered or shaded sunlight but can also tolerate direct sun. The palm can survive in cold weather as well as hot weather. It is extremely hardy. Pruning is not necessary
Ponytail Palm Bonsai Tree Care Information
The Ponytail Palm does best in filtered or shaded sunlight but can also tolerate direct sun. Leaves can be pruned back regularly as the leaves grow rather quickly. The Ponytail Palm does no
Pine Bonsai Tree Care Information
The Pine tree does best when kept in a cool bright location. Avoid overly bright areas such as intense afternoon sun. Water regularly as needed to keep the soil from drying out. The plant should
Schefflera Bonsai Tree Care Information
The Schefflera does best in filtered or shaded sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight. Prune by pinching off unwanted stems using fingers or shears. Water moderately, do not let the soil dry out
Braided Money Tree Care Information
The Pachira Aquatica (Money Tree) is a very hardy plant that can withstand low light conditions and infrequent watering. We recommend watering the tree whenever the soil looks dry but the soil s
Flowering Tea Tree Care Information
Fujian Tea thrives in sunny, warm temperate locations. Better lighting conditions will result in more frequent flowering. Avoid intense afternoon sun shining through windows in the summer. Fujia
How should I keep good care of my plant when I'm away?
When you're gone on a short trip for less than a week or just over a long weekend, keeping your plant well watered and placing it in a good location is very important. For bamboos, you should
General Care for Event Favors
Bamboo Favors Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderia) thrive in indirect sunlight. Full sun will cause the leaves to turn yellow. We recommend watering your lucky bamboo arrangement with filtered or bott
How often should I water my bonsai tree?
Make sure you water your plant until the water seeps through the drainage hole. We recommend using a water pitcher with a shower nozzle to prevent topsoil erosion and water run-offs. An alterna
How old are your bonsai?
Most are at least 3-5 years old. Some of the larger plants are at least 6 years old and the Podocarpus is about 10 years old. The age of older trees are specified in the description of the product.
Is artificial light sufficient enough for a bonsai?
On a long term basis, bonsai plants do not do well without at least some filtered sunlight to allow the leaves to grow and stay green. Artificial lighting alone will eventually result in yellowing lea
Can I repot my bonsai into a larger pot?
Yes, it is up to personal preference on allowing how big you want the tree to grow or the proportion of the size of the plant to the pot. It is best to do so during spring and autumn.