Buttonwood Bonsai Conocarpus Erectus The buttonwood is native to tropical America and Africa. It is an absolute must for tropical bonsai. Known for their hard wood, natural [...]
I was always drawn to this species since I first noticed the delicate compound leaves and interesting growth pattern it exhibits. The Brazilian Rain Tree is native to South America,more specifically Brazil. It is a tree that can grow to over 15 feet tall, and spread over 18 feet in diameter. It has crooked stems and branches, thorns, and a peeling grayish bark. It has compound leaves with 3 pairs of bipinnate leaves. It has white flowers and corkscrew shaped seed pods.
Keep your bonsai in a well lighted area they grow best in a location which receives morning sun and afternoon shade. The morning sun is not as hot and dehydrating as the afternoon sun. Bonsai are not houseplants so they should be kept outdoors. A screen porch is ideal there they can receive filtered light. You need to protect them from strong winds and temperature extremes.
Ficus natalensis Also known as the natal fig tree Characteristics: Epiphytic or terrestrial shrub or tree, if epiphytic sometimes becoming a strangler. In favorable conditions can reach [...]
DESCRIPTION Spiny Black Olive, Dwarf black olive Though commonly called “black olive” this tree does not produce an edible olive, but rather a small seed pod. Native [...]
Limeberry, Limoncillo Triphasia trifolia Origin: Java, Indonesia, Suriname, and Puerto Rico Description: A member of the rutacae (citrus) family. Grows as a shrub to a height of [...]