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  • EGP310.00

    Buddhist Pine (Podocarpus Bonsai)

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    Scientific Name: Podocarpus macrophyllus A rather slow growing evergreen, very common for Bonsai trees, Easy to care for as well. Also known as Chinese Yew, The Podocarpus is a dense evergreen with pointed, leathery, dark green leaves arranged on stiff, symmetrical branches. New foliage appears light green in color that turns darker with age. a rather slow growing evergreen, very common for Bonsai trees. Easy to care for as well. * The product image above is a generic image of this product. Delivered product may not be identical to the product image on this page. * Each Plant comes in a plain black plastic pot with its saucer, For more pots varieties please check our Pots & Planters section.  
    EGP310.00
    EGP310.00
  • EGP195.00

    Fukien Tea Bonsai (Carmona)

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    Scientific name: Carmona Retusa. The Fukien tea tree is popular for bonsai because it easily develops a thick and knotted trunk, is evergreen, blooms frequently and has tiny lobed leaves. The trunk starts out thinner than desired for bonsai with young, light brown bark. As the plant ages, the trunk thickens slowly, turns a light gray color and develops an attractive cracked appearance. The dark green, glossy leaves are covered in with small hairs and keep their luster all year round. Each tiny leaf maintains its adorable size as the tree grows and is sculpted into a bonsai. Though small, the leaves of the Fukien tea tree make a thick, dense foliage in their prime. * The product image above is a generic image of this product. Delivered product may not be identical to the product image on this page. * Each Plant comes in a plain black plastic pot with its saucer, For more pots varieties please check our Pots & Planters section.
    EGP195.00
    EGP195.00
  • EGP355.00

    Ginseng Ficus

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    Scientific Name: Ficus Retusa Sometimes known as the Taiwan Ficus, Banyan Fig or Indian Laurel Fig, the Ginseng Ficus is characterized by the shape of its strong roots and stems and small, alternating oval dark green leaves that grow up the stem and which are more oval than the Ficus Benjamina. A Ginseng Ficus will have two or more heavy, thick exposed aerial roots that appear to look more like tree trunks than a typical root. * The product image above is a generic image of this product. Delivered product may not be identical to the product image on this page. * Each Plant comes in a plain black plastic pot with its saucer, For more pots varieties please check our Pots & Planters section.
    EGP355.00
    EGP355.00