If you are reading this, then someone asked for a bonsai tree for Christmas. A bonsai tree! Where are you going to get one of those and what on earth should you buy? If you haven’t got a clue, then read on.
Chinese Elm Bonsai are great for Christmas
Chinese Elms are the most popular bonsai tree for Christmas. They have small leaves, nicely shaped trunks and are not crazily expensive. They’re also one of the easiest species of tree to care for.
A lot of people will start by looking at the bonsai kits page of the website. We have a range of trees on here. You can buy the tree on its own if you wish. For each product, you can add various option, such as making it into a gift set.
If you are looking to spend a little more, we have larger Chinese Elm bonsai trees. The extra money bring a bigger tree with a thicker trunk.
There’s nothing wrong with the basic blue or green pots that come with these trees. However, the look of any tree can be improved by adding a higher quality pot. We can do this for you. again, have a look on the bonsai kits page for this.
Something different for Christmas
If you are buying from someone who already has bonsai trees, its a little more tricky. I would ask them what kind of tree they want. We sell lots of different species of bonsai tree. When you know what kind of bonsai tree they want, you can use the search tool at the top of this page to find matching trees.
Cork Bark Chinese Elm Bonsai Tree Number 540£180.00
Cork Bark Chinese Elm Bonsai Tree Number 265£150.00
Cork Bark Chinese Elm Bonsai Tree Number 490£180.00
Cork Bark Chinese Elm Bonsai Tree Number 201£180.00
Acer Palmatum Deshojo Japanese Maple Bonsai Tree Number 486£98.00
Acer Palmatum Deshojo Japanese Maple Bonsai Tree Number 655£98.00
Acer Palmatum Deshojo Japanese Maple Bonsai Tree Number 605£98.00
Acer Palmatum Deshojo Japanese Maple Bonsai Tree Number 546£98.00
We’ve got a good selection of bonsai trees. Here are a few. Use the search box at the top to find more.
Now that you’ve got some ideas, you might have questions regarding delivery. Here is a link to an older post that I wrote which answers some frequently asked questions.