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For prices and ordering information please click the following highlighted text Miniature Tuscan Olive Tree  

Miniature Tuscan Olive Tree

Miniature Tuscan Olive Tree

Our eco-friendly Miniature Tuscan Olive Tree brings the warm winds of the Mediterranean into your home or garden. It grows best outdoors, on a patio, in bright sun and moderate temperatures. It can also be displayed near a sunny window in your home.
  • VeriFlora® Certified
  • 14" - 18" Height
  • 8" Diameter
  • Indoors and out
  • California Grown

 


Most popular species of olive bonsai tree: olea cailletier small black olive olea europaea common olive, olea tanche black olive, olea picholine green olive, olea europea oleaster wild olive are all popular but the olea europaea montra little ollie aka dwarf olive has become the most popular do to its small leaves.

Lighting: The olive Bonsai requires full sun during summer months and less sun in the winter months. Indoor lighting requirements are 1000 lux. Watering: The Olive Bonsai does well with daily misting. Keeping olive tree slightly dry is beneficial and reducing water in winter months is suggested.

 Feeding: Olive Bonsai can do well on either liquid bonsai fertilizer or all purpose plant food generally at half the recommended strength used for house plants. Click here for fertilizer

Pruning: Olive bonsai being extremely versatile can be created into any bonsai style other than broom. When wiring olive it would be wise to use raffia young olive wood can be very soft. Please click the following highlighted text for more information about Bonsai Tools & Wire

Repotting: Olive bonsai tree is best planted in free draining calciferous soil. Olive does best when repotted every two to three years during the spring time and as new buds sprout. For recommended containers please click the highlighted link Bonsai Pots

Diseases and pests: Olive Bonsai can fall victim to scale, black mold, ants and aphids. With all Bonsai trees it is important to follow a good routine in order to prevent disease and or pests from taking hold of these precious. aphids.

 

For prices and ordering information click the following highlighted text Olive Bonsai Tree (olea europaea "little ollie")

Olive Bonsai Tree<br><i>(olea europaea "/>

Olive Bonsai Tree
(olea europaea "little ollie")

Also known as Common Olive or European Olive. Silvery leaves and white bark make this a very interesting looking tree. This unique tree produces the edible olive that is also used to make olive oil. To encourage fruiting, keep at 35F for several weeks during winter. Olea are often used as shade trees or planted in groves. Produces flowers on second year's branch growth. Transplants best in summer. Tolerates poor soil, heat, drought and loves the sun. Excellent for indoors.


 

For prices and ordering information please click the following highlighted text Wine Grape Bonsai

Wine Grape Bonsai

Wine Grape Bonsai

Our eco-conscious Wine Grape Bonsai are 10-12 year old wine grape specimens, literally bringing an authentic piece of California's Wine Country heritage into your home. This bonsai is grown best on a patio that's protected from the elements, but it will do equally well in any shaded spot. Watching your bonsai go from the active growing season into its dormant season will put you more in touch with the earth and its cycles.

  • VeriFlora® Certified
  • 10" to 12" Height
  • 8" to 10" Diameter
  • Natural ceramic container
  • Container measures 4"W x 6"L x 2½"H
  • Recommended for indoors
  • 10 to 12 year old
  • California grown


 For prices and ordering information please click the following highlighted text Tangerine Bonsai

Tangerine Bonsai

Tangerine Bonsai

You'll be treated to fragrant tropical flowers in spring, followed by mini tangerines that are perfectly scaled to the orchard originals! This eco Tangerine Bonsai is complemented with a natural ceramic bonsai container.

  • VeriFlora® Certified
  • 12" Height
  • 8" to 10" Diameter
  • Natural ceramic container
  • Container measuring 4”W x 6”L x 2½”H
  • Recommended for indoors
  • California Grown


 

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One of the first items you need to select when making a bonsai garden is the container.   The container sets the tone for the for the style and variety of plants used in the project.  Choosing an appropriate shape for the container as well as the color are vital to producing an excellent bonsai garden.