Ficus Ginseng: a name, a certainty! An unmissable variety among bonsaists from all over the world, so much so that it has even taken on the quality of a piece of furniture or design in recent years. We all know it as one of the most resistant and at the same time intriguing bonsai thanks to its splendid roots. But what does the name ginseng actually derive from? And why does it have this particular appearance?
Bonsai Tree Olive, the literature informs us that it was initially a shrub: its transformation into a tree occurred after the intervention and treatment of man. The shrub requires a constantly drained but not moist soil, with continuous watering essential to show its evergreen soul.
Citrus Bonsai are among the favorite plants for beginners and enthusiasts: they are suitable for taking different styles, such as those with degrading or sloped stems. The flowers mark the beginning of the production of small fruits with colors ranging from light yellow to bright orange.
Name: Olea EuropeaFamily: OleaceeCountry of origin: Mediterranean basin Pot diameter: 20 cmHeight: 35 cmBlooming season: between May and June History and curiosities: symbol of spirituality, immortality and peace, the olive tree is considered the highest expression of the bound between nature and man. The Sylvestris variety is the most suitable...
Name: Beaucarnea Nolina recurvataFamily: AgavaceaeCountry of origin: Central AmericaVessel Diameter: 20 cmBasin base height: 40 cmFlowering period: rareHistory and curiosity: The name "Smoke-eater" comes from the fact that this plant has the ability to absorb harmful gases and fumes.
Name: Crassula CompactaFamily: CrassulaceaeOrigin: South AfricaFlowering period: SpringPot Diameter: 20 cmHeight: 45 cmCuriosity: It is also known as "Jade Tree". It is a shrub-like, ramified plant, which can exceed 1 m in its natural habitat. Crassula compacta: a wonderful succulent that will amaze you!
Name: Camellia JaponicaFamily: TheaceaeCountry of origin: Japan/ChinaPot diameter : 20 cmHeight: 50 cmBlooming period: SpringHistory and fun facts:History and curiosity: the name derives from the religious Joseph Kamel, the first one he imported the plant on the European continent from Japan in the eighteenth century
Name: Pyracantha AngustifoliaFamily: RosaceaeCountry of origin: Europe and Asia Blooming period: Spring History and fun facts: In summer it produces highly decorative small edible berries (yellow, red or orange). In Italy it can be found in the wild
Name: Pachira money treeFamily: BombacaceaeCountry of origin: China, Japan, ThailandVase diameter: 12 cmFlowering: rareHistory and curiosity: In the Far East, it is considered a "tree of good fortune": according to popular legends the leaves attracted the money, and the trunk held it inside.
Name: Pepper tree XLFamily: AnacardiaceaeCountry of origin: Sud AmericaPot diameter : 20 cmHeight: 50 cmBlooming period: SummerHistory and fun facts: It's one of the most selling bonsai ever for its easy care and its shape.
Name: Acerum PalmatumFamily: AceraceaeCountry of origin: Japan, China, KoreaPot diameter: 20 cmHeight: 50 cmHistory and curiosities: The changing of the leaves color every season makes this tree one of the most spectacular Japanese bonsai. Deciduous bonsai UNIQUE SPECIMEN 30 YEARS OLD
Name: Pepper tree groveFamily: AnacardiaceaeCountry of origin: Sud AmericaPot diameter : 20cmHeight: 40cmBlooming period: SummerHistory and fun facts: It's one of the most selling bonsai ever for its easy care and its shape.
Name: Olea EuropeaFamily: OleaceeCountry of origin: Mediterranean basin Pot diameter: 12 cmHeight: 35 cmBlooming season: between May and JuneHistory and curiosities: symbol of spirituality, immortality and peace, the olive tree is considered the highest expression of the bound between nature and man. The Sylvestris variety is the most suitable for bonsai.