Japanese Elm Bonsai

Japanese Elm Bonsai

Japanese Elm Bonsai flowering plant native to Japan, Korea, eastern China and Taiwan. It is also know as Zelkova serrata, Japanese zelkova, Japanese elm or…

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Chinese Elm Bonsai

Chinese Elm Bonsai

Commonly known as the Chinese elm Bonsai or Lacebark Elm Bonsai or Ulmus parvifolia Bonsai, is a species native to China, India, Taiwan, Japan, North…

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Field Elm Bonsai

Field Elm Bonsai

Field Elm Bonsai or Ulmus minor Bonsai. Its is found in south European, extending to Asia Minor, Baltic islands of Oland and Gotland. Source Embed…

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Thyme Bonsai

Thyme Bonsai

Thyme Bonsai is of the genus Thymus, and commonly know Thymus vulgaris. It is used as herb with culinary, medicinal and ornamental making. Source Embed…

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Dwarf-jade-bonsai

Dwarf jade Bonsai

Dwarf jade Bonsai aslo known as elephant bush, Portulacaria afra, porkbush and spekboom is a small-leaved  plant found mostly in South Africa and Swaziland region.…

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Spruce Bonsai

Spruce Bonsai

A Spruce Bonsai is a large tree of the genus Picea in the Family Pinaceae. Mostly found in the northern and boreal. Source Embed This…

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Shrubby Honeysuckles Bonsai

Shrubby Honeysuckles Bonsai

Shrubby Honeysuckles Bonsai are in the family Caprifoliaceae. They are around 100 of these species can be found in China, Europe, India and North America. source Embed This…

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Ginkgo Bonsai

Ginkgo Bonsai

Ginkgos Bonsai are large trees, and can reach up to height 65–110 feets. Native to China, the tree has roots back to early to human…

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Hornbeam Bonsai

Hornbeam Bonsai

Collection of Hornbeam Bonsai, they are the genus Carpinus and are relatively small hardwood. Source Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below):

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