Bonsai

Bonsai prices

The Bunjingi

Bunjingi is a particular type of bonsai that can be found in nature in numerous Asian and Eastern European areas, usually in areas densely populated by many other trees. For this reason, it is faced with a rather ruthless ‘competition’ and to be able to survive together with the tallest trees, it is necessary that it at least manages to exceed them in height. This is made possible by the growth of the Bunjingi trunk which develops vertically, so as to guarantee itself the reception of the sun’s rays and therefore adequate growth. It is not a very well-known specimen, but the Bunjingi is undoubtedly one of the simplest plants to manage in one’s home; in fact it will be enough to irrigate it about once a week and it is sufficient to place it in a small round pot near a source of light. The prices of the specimen are quite variable and differ according to the size of the specimen at the time it is purchased; in most cases it is about 25/30 euros.

The Carmona Bonsai: prices and characteristics


The Carmona Bonsai is a particular type of Bonsai, which arrived in Italy about two hundred years ago. It is considered one of the most common windowsill plants, due to its rather small size and the presence of very small leaves that easily manage to adapt to the thin trunk to which they are connected. The Carmona is actually able to reach ten meters in height in nature, and it is for this reason that at first it was also used in the most spectacular and evocative public parks for ornamental purposes. At the same time used in some countries (the Philippines are an example) for medical purposes and to obtain an excellent herbal tea instead of tea, this small plant is certainly among the most widespread of the species in homes and offices. To guarantee you a Carmona Bonsai,

The ficus bonsai


Ficus bonsai is considered by most green thumbs to be the classic indoor bonsai. Compared to other specimens of the same species, it requires an even lower number of treatments, thanks to its high ability to adapt even in poorly lit areas. The trunk of the Ficus Bonsai is quite robust and intertwined, with a bark in most cases streaked horizontally and of a rather light color. As this plant grows, it tends to take on a somewhat twisted shape which makes it a unique and particular specimen, due to the presence of external twisted roots and developed in height, almost as if they were going to create secondary trunks. Its leaves are oval and rather angular, of a greenish color;

Bonsai prices: The ligustrum


The privet is a particular type of bonsai that also lends itself well to the creation of hedges in gardens and public parks. It is a large bonsai, capable of reaching even ten meters in height. As regards the environmental conditions, it should be emphasized that the privet prefers to be placed in an area of ​​the house that is as bright as possible, even better if it is possible to guarantee it receives a direct light source for most of the day. Compared to other bonsai specimens, it is a rather delicate plant, which can hardly tolerate temperatures below ten degrees; it is also for this reason that the ligustrum is best suited for indoor cultivation. As for the costs,

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