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Juniper Bonsai Tree - Trained
(juniper procumbens nana)

This dwarf Juniper from Japan is the most popular evergreen in the U.S. When we think of a traditional bonsai and what it should look like we think of a "Juniper Procumbens Nana". They are very hardy, long-lived and tolerate many adverse conditions. Trained style.

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Colorado Blue Spruce Bonsai Tree - Large
(picea pungens)

Native to the Rocky Mountains, this coniferous (cone bearing) evergreen tree. The bark is thin with narrow vertical furrows. The crown is Conical in young trees becoming cylindrical in older trees. The leaves are needle-like and approximately .5" - 1.0" long and the color is gray/green to bluish gray/green which varies greatly from tree to tree in wild population.


Hinoki Cypress Bonsai Tree
Evergreen Conifer - Medium
(chamecyparis obtusa 'nana')

The Hinoki Cypress is an needled Evergreen native to Japan. It features spreading branches with dark green flattened horizontal branchlets. Beautiful evergreen as it displays its fan shaped foliage. Hardy, keep outdoors.


Dwarf Hinoki Cypress Bonsai Tree
(chamecyparis "gracillis")

Slow growing evergreen conifer with flat deep green fan-like foliage. Leaves edged with blue on undersides. Pea-sized cones. Beautiful uncommon ornamental evergreen with gracefully arching branchlets. Keep outdoors.


European Cypress Evergreen Bonsai Tree
(chamaecypari Iawsoniana 'ellwoodii')

The European Cypress is a great outdoor tree which can be grown singularly or in groups. Originally found in the northern Mediterranean area, this bonsai will tolerate temporary periods indoors making it ideal for a bonsai Christmas tree for the month of December, then placed outdoors until next year. They feature fine green/gray/blue foliage which actually grows in flattened sprays. They also grow "cool looking" tiny elongated brown cones during the year, something that is somewhat rare in bonsai.