Decorative Ivy Wreath

Our ivy topiary has evergreen palmate lobed leaves trained on a wire stem and globe frame. On level ground they are creepers; on suitable surfaces for climbing they are hearty climbers. Frank Lloyd Wright once said "Doctors bury their mistakes, architects cover them with ivy."

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Juniper "Karate Kid" Bonsai Tree

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.

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Decorated Artificial Christmas Bonsai Tree

19" Fraser Fir with packaged decorations for hassle-free holiday decoration.
$34.95
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Baby Jade (FREE SHIPPING!)

Also called the "Elephant Bush," this succulent bonsai comes from South Africa with leaves that are almost round and 1/3 the size of the common Jade. Water is stored in the flesh trunk, leaves, and branches of the plant. It's difficult to find the Baby Jade in its variegated form - this tree makes an excellent accompaniment to your home or office.

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Juniper Bonsai Tree (FREE SHIPPING!)

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." It is very hardy, long-lived, and tolerates many adverse conditions. This is an excellent tree for the beginner.

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Basic Bonsai Tree Care Tips

Temperatures above 50° F are suitable for most bonsai trees. If kept indoors, take extra care to be sure they get sufficient sunlight and are watered properly.

A few quick tips for taking care of your new bonsai tree:

  • Water it only when the soil is dry, if it’s still moist then it can be left alone
  • You can leave it indoors but don’t put it anywhere temperatures change rapidly.
  • Don’t leave the bonsai under air conditioner vents. It won’t be happy!
  • Position it where it will get direct sunlight
  • When you choose a spot for your bonsai tree don’t constantly move it (it stresses it out, really!)