Bahama Berry

This fruit-bearing tree boasts a lovely herb-like aroma, small clusters of white flowers, but does like extra attention.

Brazilian Rainforest

This delicate tree resemble the Mimosa, with its compact leaflet structure. It enjoys bright light, high humidity and consistent watering


This tree is native to the desert, likes to dry out between watering, and produces paper-like flowers. Commonly grown as a vine, it makes a beautiful bonsai

Chinese Elm

A popular choice among beginners to bonsai, this tree has a sturdy trunk lined with small dark green leaves.

Chinese Privet

The Ligustrum genus belongs to the olive family. These trees take well to styling, and are fast growing. Considered to be beginner friendly, this variety does like lots of attention


The variety is often used as a topiary in warmer climates, because they are easily shaped. A consistent care schedule is necessary to keep them happy, but they can be beginner friendly


This hardy family has lots of different varieties to choose from. Perfect for the bonsai beginner. These trees are adaptable to a variety of living conditions

Fukien Tea

These trees carry large dark green glossy leaves, and small white flowers. They appreciate high light and lots of water, best suited to those with some bonsai experience


Commonly known as the “Brazilian Grape Tree”, this variety of tree holds the capability to produce small clusters of fruit that grow directly on the trunk.

Young foliage has a red hue, and matures to a deep bright green with a textured trunk


These tropical evergreens are among the most popular varieties for bonsai. They are known for maintaining their dwarf foliage, and are meant to be grown indoors year-round. Having high humidity is essential for them to thrive.

Mediterranean Olive

A true olive native to the Mediterranean, this tree makes for a beautiful bonsai with its narrow silvery leaves. With the right conditions, it can bear small fruit

Mini Jade

These succulent trees will love a spot with full sun, and appreciate if you forget to water them. The perfect tree as an introduction to bonsai, they have fast foliage, easy care, and are great for styling

Natal Plum

Native to South Africa, the Natal Plum has round glossy foliage, with small thorns tucked under the leaves.

It bears white star shaped flowers, and bright red edible plums

Parrots Beak

This variety caries a leaf that can range in shape, from oval to ivy-like. They can produce bright yellow flowers, shaped like a parrots beak- which is where they got their name


Commonly called a Buddhist Pine, this conifer bears long and narrow dark green leaves that resemble the needles of a Yew.


This delicate fruit-bearing tree has bright green oblong leaves, and can develop a prominent trunk. Under proper conditions it will grow red trumpet-shaped flowers that can turn into miniature fruits


Commonly called a Dwarf Umbrella Tree, this tree has compound radially arranged leaves, and does not produce hard wood or rough bark. Their simple care lends well to a bonsai beginner


A delicate tree, with the nick name “Tree of a Thousand Stars” thanks to its canopy which gets covered by tiny white flowers.

Best suited for those with more bonsai experience, this tree can be very sensitive

Sweet Plum

With the right care, this tree will reward you with small dark blue fruit- which resemble plums.

Although sensitive to low humidity, this tree can still be hardy for those looking for a more delicate piece to their collection