indoor bonsai trees

tropical

subtropical

warm conditions

The Fukien tea tree is a subtropical species and gets its name from Fukien in China but is native to a wide part of southeast Asia. It has small, dark green and glossy leaves and produces tiny white star-shaped flowers all year round. It occasionally can produce small black berries too.  

Despite being a challenging species to look after, the gardenia is very well-loved for its heavily scented cream coloured flowers in spring. It is an evergreen, tropical species that is native to regions of Asia and south Africa. 

Serissa foetida, also known as the snow rose or tree of a thousand stars, is a tropical shrub that is native to southeast Asia. It is valued by bonsai collectors for its gnarled bark, small white flowers and fine ramification, and is one of the more challenging bonsai trees to look after.  

indoor bonsai trees

 

The Ficus is the most popular bonsai for beginners, and the genus can be found in most tropical climates around the world, making it the perfect indoor variety. It has lush, waxy dark green leaves as well as the ability to grow aerial roots. The oldest bonsai tree in the world is a 1000-year-old Ficus.  

Banyan Fig
Buddhist Pine
Chinese Box Tree
Chinese Elm
Chinese Myrtle
Chinese Rose
Fukien Tea Tree
Gardenia
Japanese Pepper Tree
Mandarin Tree
Mexican Heather
Serissa Foetida
Variagated Serissa

broadleaf shohin

mame

Cascade

Semi-cascade

Literati

Formal upright

Informal upright

Slanting

Windswept

Multi-trunk

Raft

Broom

Deadwood

Nebari

Jin

Shari

Yamadori (collected from the wild)

Grafted

Training

indoor bonsai trees

Pruning

Wiring

Fertilizing

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