Bonsai

Bonsai

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  1. Zelkova Serrata Japanese Zelkova
    Zelkova Serrata Seeds (Japanese Zelkova Seeds, Grey-Bark Elm Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.60

    Some even call them one of the best deciduous trees for bonsai. In Winter they produce small, greenish flowers that have a slight perfume. View Details
  2. Chinese Wisteria Seeds
    Wisteria Sinensis Blue Seeds (Chinese Wisteria Seeds)

    Starting at: USD2.80

    Wisterias do not conform to normal bonsai styling; they are styled to show off their highly scented racemes of flowers up to 30 cm long. View Details
  3. Chinese Wisteria Seeds (Wisteria Sinensis Alba Seeds) on Rarexoticseeds.com
    Wisteria Sinensis Alba Seeds (Chinese Wisteria Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.75

    The long dark green leaves are suitable for bonsai styling as they are made up of 7 to 13 smaller leaflets that are around 5 cm long. View Details

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  4. Wisteria Floribunda (Japanese Wisteria)
    Wisteria Floribunda Seeds (Japanese Wisteria Seeds)

    Starting at: USD3.60

    The flowering habit of Japense wisteria is perhaps the most spectacular of the Wisteria family. It sports the longest flower racemes of any wisteria; they can reach nearly half a meter in length. View Details
  5. White Spruce Seeds
    White Spruce Seeds (Picea Glauca)

    Starting at: USD1.90

  6. Ulmus Parviflora (Chinese Elm)
    Ulmus Parvifolia Seeds (Chinese Elm Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.60

    Popular in the use of bonsai because it is easy to grow. The Chinese elm is also often recommended for beginners. View Details
  7. Tsuga Heterophylla (Western Hemlock)
    Tsuga Heterophylla Seeds (Western Hemlock Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.60

    Tsugas are typically tall, graceful trees with spreading branches that droop downwards at the tips creating a cascading effect. It is growing at a fast rate. View Details
  8. Japanese Yew Seeds
    Taxus Cuspidata Seeds (Japanese Yew Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.80

    It has become extremely popular due to its ease of culture and shade tolerance. View Details
  9. English Yew Seeds
    Taxus Baccata Seeds (English Yew Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.60

    The fruits, with their bright arils, the fleshy covering over the seeds, look at first like small acorns, but they ripen into bright red berries. It is the seeds inside the fruit that is poisonous. View Details
  10. Syringa Vulgaris (Lilac Common Purple)
    Syringa Vulgaris Seeds (Lilac Common Purple Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.70

    During fall, the leaves turn yellow-green. The light purple flowers grow in large clusters from May to June and have one of the most powerful fragrances emitted by a plant. View Details
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