• Bald Cypress - Taxodium distichum (25 Bonsai Seeds)

    This tree makes for an amazing looking thick trunked bonsai that is suitable for formal upright, slanting, twin trunk and group styles. The trunk tends to be perfectly straight and develops a pale-brown, shallowly fissured bark texture with age. In wet soil conditions, Swamp Cypress develop aerial roots known as 'knees' or pneumatophores at water level and this makes them an attractive option for bonsai. IIt is a spectacular tree if you have the space in your garden, and a good, moist soil to keep it happy. Also known as the Swamp Cypress and Bald Cyprus, this is a deciduous tree that is naturally found in the swampy areas of the South Eastern United States.
    AU $2.95
    AU $2.20 postage
    177 sold
  • Common Lilac - Syringa vulgaris (15 Bonsai Seeds)

    As a bonsai the lilac responds very well to hard pruning and can therefore be styled fairly easily. It produces large clusters of single and double flowers which look amazing in summer. One of the most popular ornamental trees grown throughout the world, the Common Lilac has been grown in the gardens of Europe since the 1500s and is treasured for it's sweet smelling flowers. Lilacs are hardy and easily grown in well-drained and preferably slightly alkaline soil. They perform best when planted in a position in sun or light shade. They will grow well in most temperate and cool areas of Australia..
    AU $2.95
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    152 sold
  • Staghorn Sumac - Rhus typhina (10 Bonsai Seeds)

    The Staghorn Sumac is favoured as a bonsai for it's delicate leaves which turn the most magnificent red in autumn. A versatile tree it can be developed into most upright and informal bonsai styles. The Staghorn Sumac is favoured as a bonsai for it's delicate leaves which turn the most magnificent red in autumn. A versatile tree it can be developed into most upright and informal bonsai styles. The Staghorn Sumac is a very tough tree. It grows in most soil types and is moderately drought tolerant. Spreading by suckering, the plant can be invasive if not pruned back regularly..
    AU $2.95
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  • Siberian Crab Apple - Malus baccata (60 Bonsai Seeds)

    With beautiful white flowers and miniature, bright red fruit, this species will offer interest all year round. Great for an informal upright style, it also has small leaves which make it ideal as a bonsai. With a rounded canopy and spreading branches, this species is grown as an ornamental and much loved for it's profusion of beautiful flowers in spring. It also produces masses of small 2cm fruit that are delicious and can be eaten fresh or dried. This species is native to most of Northern and Central Asia and will do very well in areas with cool winters. The tree has a liking for acidic soils but will grow adequately in most soils.
    AU $2.95
    AU $1.20 postage
    107 sold
  • Trident Maple - Acer buergerianum (50 Bonsai Seeds)

    Trident Maples are vigorous growers with relatively small leaves, and will develop large trunks and a well-aged look quickly. One of the easiest of the maples to grow, the red and gold autumn color is truly spectacular. Choose an upright form to match its natural habit. Grown as a street tree in many parts of the world, Acer buergerianum or the Trident Maple can do well in dry soils and develops into an attractive medium-sized tree in the garden. This species is native to Korea, China and Japan and if left to grow on its own will reach 10m or more in height. The seeds for sale are taken from parents with small leaves (less than 4cm).
    AU $2.95
    AU $1.20 postage
  • Cornelian Cherry - Cornus mas (10 Bonsai Seeds)

    The Cornelian Cherry makes a great informal or slanting bonsai with single or multiple trunks. It is a fast grower and is best trained as a medium to large size bonsai. Cornus mas is a medium to large deciduous shrub or small tree growing to 5–12 m tall, with dark brown branches and greenish twigs. The leaves are opposite, 4–10 cm long and 2–4 cm broad, with an ovate to oblong shape. The flowers are small (5–10 mm diameter), produced in clusters of 10–25 together in the late winter, well before the leaves appear - making for a lovely show as the plant becomes covered with a golden haze of blooms. The wood from this tree is extremely dense and does not float.
    AU $2.95
    AU $1.20 postage
  • Crabapple - Malus pumila (20 Bonsai Seeds)

    Apple trees are popular as bonsai for their beautiful profusion of flowers in spring followed by showy fruit in autumn. Best suited to an informal upright style, the fissured bark gives this species great character. Growing to about 10m in the wild, Malus pumila is a popular landscaping tree, either as a feature or to give shade. This cultivar "Red Delicious" has a profusion of beautiful white/pink flowers in spring followed by deep red edible fruit in autumn. Preferring a moist, well draining soil, this species does not like being too dry and will need regular watering and feeding during the fruiting period to get the best results.
    AU $2.95
    AU $1.20 postage
    89 sold
  • White Lilac - Syringa vulgaris alba (10 Bonsai Seeds)

    As with the common lilac, the white variety is also popular as a bonsai for both it's ability to respond to pruning and the beautiful spectacle of it 's delicate, sweet smelling flowers. A great tree for any garden, the Common White Lilac can be grown in groups along fences to make an attractive hedge or garden border. Lilacs are hardy and easily grown in well-drained and preferably slightly alkaline soil. They perform best when planted in a position in sun or light shade. They will grow well in most temperate and cool areas of Australia..
    AU $3.15
    AU $1.20 postage
  • Field Maple - Acer campestre (30 Bonsai Seeds)

    The Field Maple is considered as one of the easiest bonsai trees to grow and is suitable for most bonsai styles. Its prized for its leaves which have an attractive shape and turn from a bright green in summer to bright buttercup yellow in the autumn. This tree is also known as the Hedge Maple and as the name suggests, its foliage forms densely on the tree and responds very well to hard pruning. Growing to about 8m in the wild, it can be kept to a much lower height with pruning making it an ideal shade tree or pot plant for the patio. Unlike some of the other maples, this species will tolerate full sun well and is quite drought tolerant once established.
    AU $3.05
    AU $1.20 postage
  • Silk Tree - Albizia julibrissin (30 Bonsai Seeds)

    Often known as the Mimosa Bonsai, this species has wonderful pom pom shaped pink flowers and delicate fern like leaves that make for an elegant bonsai tree. Although the branches are brittle and difficult to wire, the natural growth form lends itself well to an upright style with weeping characteristics. Named the Silk Tree due to its delicate flowers. The tree is not only very beautiful, due to its fast spreading growth habit, it is also a really practical choice for a shade tree. A tree with a real tropical feel, this species is great as a potted specimen or for shading a back porch. Native to China, this tree can be grown in all areas of Australia except the very far north.
    AU $2.95
    AU $1.20 postage
  • European Larch - Larix decidua (30 Bonsai Seeds)

    The European Larch is a popular bonsai for beginners and will recover well from over pruning. It produces cones early in its life and this combined with its deciduous nature make it an interesting tree all year. A native to central and southern Europe, the European Larch will grow extremely quickly, reaching up to 50m. Once mature, the tree will broaden with a flattened crown and beautiful drooping branches. The leaves are a pale green turning a spectacular yellow in autumn before falling to reveal beautifully cracked bark. If you have the space this tree makes a great ornamental in the garden or at a local park. Coming from alpine areas this tree will tolerate moderate frosts.
    AU $3.35
    AU $1.20 postage
    82 sold
  • Common Ash - Fraxinus excelsior (10 Bonsai Seeds)

    As bonsai, the Ash is more suited to larger specimens. They grow very quickly and will often produce many shoots making them perfect for forest style bonsai. Whilst not the tree for a small garden, the Common Ash is an attractive tall tree that has traditionally been a valuable tree for its rapid wood production. Able to be harvested after only 10 years, the wood from Ash trees is light in colour and has an attractive grain that makes it fantastic for making furniture. Ash trees will tolerate most soil types and in particular can manage highly alkaline soils better than most trees.
    AU $2.95
    AU $1.20 postage
  • European Nettle - Celtis australia (10 Bonsai Seeds)

    A popular choice for bonsai, the European Hackberry, as it is commonly known, has attractive branches, smooth bark and soft green foliage which lend well to most upright bonsai forms. The leaves miniaturise well with judicious plucking. A native to the southern parts of Europe and North Africa, this tree produces dark purple berries which are sweet, very edible and a magnet for birds and other wildlife. Grown traditionally as an ornamental rather than for its fruit, the tree is very long lived and does well in areas of high air pollution. the autumn foliage is golden yellow, and the bare branches look dramatic in winter. I summer, it makes a wonderful shade tree.
    AU $2.95
    AU $1.20 postage
  • Bonsai Acer Campestre (Field Maple) 30 Fresh Seeds

    Acer campestre is commonly called hedge maple. It is also sometimes commonly called field maple (campestre meaning from fields). As the common name suggests, it may be pruned to form a tall hedge. In England it is often included in hedgerows.
    AU $3.40
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  • Crepe Myrtle - White (lagerstroemia indica x L.fauriei) 20 Reliable Viable Seed

    TheLagerstroemia indica species of crepe myrtle are probably the most widely available in Australia. The crepe myrtle flowers are wonderful - each petal is really like crepe paper, very wrinkly and crinkly, and that is where it gets its name.
    AU $3.39
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