Bonsai

Bonsai

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  1. Prunus Mahaleb Seeds (Mahaleb Cherry, Prunus Seeds)
    Prunus Mahaleb Seeds (Mahaleb Cherry, Prunus Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.80

    Mature plants bear masses of fragrant cup-shaped white flowers. It is in flower from April to May. Each inflorescence typically has fewer than 10 flowers in a raceme. View Details
  2. Prunus Mume (Japanese Apricot)
    Prunus Mume Seeds (Japanese Apricot Seeds)

    Starting at: USD4.90

    Fast growing bonsai. Hardy to -15°C. View Details

    Out of stock

  3. Prunus Persica Seeds
    Prunus Persica Seeds (Peach Tree Seeds)
    Fast growing tree that produces peaches. Great ornament. View Details

    Out of stock

  4. Weeping Higan Cherry Seeds
    Prunus Subhirtella Pendula Seeds (Weeping Higan Cherry Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.90

    There is nothing quite like the Weeping Higan Cherry in full bloom in the Spring. The light pink, almost white, one-inch-diameter flowers cover the branches before the leaves emerge, giving the appearance that fresh snow has fallen on the tree. View Details

    Out of stock

  5. Punica Granatum Nana (Dwarf Pomegranate)
    Punica Granatum Nana Seeds (Dwarf Pomegranate Seeds)

    Starting at: USD1.60

    It is not only small in stature, but even the flowers and fruits are dwarfed. It has sweetly scented flowers and edible fruit. View Details
  6. 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
  7. 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
  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. 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
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