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Everyone needs a little Bonsai in their life...
What is the appeal of Bonsai? Is it the sense of serenity one feels when gazing at a bonsai tree? The idea that one is connected to the outside world through the miniature world of Bonsai? Or it just the delight Of having a tiny tree in your home that is 12- or 20- or 100-years-old?

I am of the opinion that everyone should have a bonsai tree or shrub in their life. With just a little care you can have a fascinating oasis of calm radiating in your house or garden.

But what if you don't have time to grow a bonsai tree? Thankfully, you can now buy a bonsai tree or shrub online! And for beginners in growing Bonsai, having a living sample for inspiration is an excellent idea as well. I recommend purchasing your bonsais from Bonsai Boy of New York. They have an excellent reputation, the best choices anywhere, trees shipped directly to your home, and, of course, excellent prices. Below you will find a sampling of their bonsai trees in stock:

Japanese Red Maple Bonsai Tree - Large  (Acer Palmatum

Japanese Red Maple Bonsai Tree - Large (Acer Palmatum "Atropurpurea")

Purplish-red becoming green in late summer, deeply lobed. Red fall color. Insignificant small reddish-purple flowers in May-June. Deciduous. Keep outdoors. Available 12 months a year. Will have no foliage during winter months.


Sago Palm Bonsai Tree - Exotic  (Cycas Revoluta)

Sago Palm Bonsai Tree - Exotic (Cycas Revoluta)

The Sago Palm is a long-lived exotic palm that tolerates neglect but thrives with attention. Adapts to indirect light or full sun and has a wide temperature range from 15 to 120 degrees F. A slow growth rate allows indoor specimens to remain in the same container indefinitely. Treat as a cactus -- water when almost dry and seldom fertilize.


Juniper in a Lava Rock  (Juniper Procumbens

Juniper in a Lava Rock (Juniper Procumbens "nana")

We grow the Juniper in lava-rock (pumice stone) by boring a hole in the rock and sawing flat the bottom of the stone. Since the lava-rock is porous the rock serves the same purpose as the bonsai pot. When we think of a traditional bonsai and what it should look like, we think of a Juniper Procumbens. They are hardy and long-lived and tolerate many adverse conditions. Popular and unique.


Juniper

Juniper "Karate Kid" Bonsai Tree - Medium (Juniper Procumbens "nana")

This dwarf Juniper from Japan is 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 very hardy, long-lived, and tolerate many adverse conditions. Trained in the traditional style, this Juniper Procumbens is popularly known as the "Karate Kid" tree.




Of course, Bonsai Boy of New York has a large selection of bonsai accessories: training wire, pots, trays, soils, fertilizers, pebbles and much more.

If your life is too busy to grow you own Bonsai, consider buying your bonsaitree online.


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cleveland.com

Cool Spaces: Euclid Japanese Maple gardener hosts tours at her home (photos and video)
cleveland.com
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After I confessed that I killed my beautiful bonsai bush -- killing it with love or not loving it enough or whatever happened that caused its untimely demise -- I got a number of responses that are making me think I need to end the bonsai bungle on a ...



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Bonsai Day returns Saturday to Shore Acres State Park
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"Imagine those being miniaturized down to just a fraction of what they could possibly be through the art of bonsai, where not only the leaves and the branches are trained and trimmed, but the roots are too, and (they are) put into very small pots to be ...



Grand Junction Daily Sentinel

Next steps for Bonsai Design
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Construction work begins at the Las Colonias Business Park, where a deal was struck between Bonsai Design and the Grand Junction City Council to make the company an anchor tenant in the park. Bonsai plans to build a warehouse, office building and ...



Peninsula Daily News

Dungeness Bonsai club helps Tacoma teens after vandalism
Peninsula Daily News
SEQUIM — A Sequim-area bonsai club is helping Tacoma teens regrow their efforts following vandalism that destroyed trees in their greenhouse in May. Earlier this month, Ron Quigley, president of the Dungeness Bonsai Society, delivered about 30 ...



The Telegraph

Cultivating bonsai – a Japanese art form
The Telegraph
In 1999, Larry Logue left Pittsburgh and moved to Macon with his wife, Cecelia, to take a position as a pharmacist at what was then the Medical Center of Central Georgia. Packed to make the move with them was one bonsai tree that was a gift from Cece ...


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