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Best Indoor Bonsai Tree

Carmona, Ficus and Pachira are a few of the best bonsai trees. They are very easy to maintain and as lovely as you can think of. Usually they come around 15cm – 35 cm.

Browse from the wide range of Indoor Bonsai Trees with Abana Homes. Excellent to thrive in your homes or offices, Bonsai Plants are the best for indoor gardens. These beautiful plants are manipulated and trained dwarf versions of natural full-size trees that purify the indoor air, are very easy to maintain and are the best for home decor.

Best Indoor Bonsai Trees

Like the normal trees, Bonsai plants also grow best outside, exposed to nature. However, tropical and subtropical Bonsai plants and trees do quite well indoors. They just need to be placed at a bright spot. Put them where proper sunlight comes into the house from a window or balcony. Water once in two or three days and keep the humidity level at moderate. Usually, indoor Bonsai trees come around 15 to 35 cm in height. 

To help you to make a perfect choice, here are some of the best indoor Bonsai tree recommendations. 

Indoor Bonsai Trees- small 20 cm- from Rs. 999

  • Grafted Ficus Indoor Bonsai 
  • Serissa Mame Bonsai Plants with Exposed Roots
  • Pachira Money Tree
  • Ficus Lyrata Fiddle Leaf Fig

Indoor Bonsai Trees- medium 25 cm- from Rs. 1500

  • Carmona Indoor Flowering Bonsai
  • Ficus Bonsai Plant 
  • Pachira Braided Money Tree
  • Rubber Plant Bonsai

Indoor Bonsai- large 30-35 cm- from Rs. 2000

  • Glorious Carmona Bonsai Tree
  • Chinese Pepper Bonsai Tree
  • Ginseng Ficus Bonsai
  • Stylish Multicurve Podacate Ficus Bonsai

How to care for your Indoor Bonsai Tree?

Here is a specific care guide of indoor Bonsai Trees:

  •  Light: The main issue of growing bonsai plants indoors is the intensity of the light. Bright light is a necessity for Bonsai plants. So, keep the plant close to a window or balcony to provide the right amount of light.   
  • Humidity: Another issue with having a Bonsai tree inside is humidity. The tree needs high humidity, especially when you have an air-conditioner in the room. You can place your tree on a humidity tray or mist it 2-3 times a day to keep the humidity level in check. 
  • Watering: The best time to water your plant is when the top layer of the soil has dried out. Water it generously and do not over or underwater. 
  • Fertilizer: Feeding it once a month during the growing period with any compost or organic fertilizer will do. Avoid feeding in wintertime. 
  • Pruning: Pruning your Bonsai is important for their growth. It encourages healthy growth and keeps them in their small size. Cutaway new shoots and leaves during spring or fall and use correct pruning tools. 
  • Repotting: Repotting becomes necessary when the tree stops growing anymore or has caught any kind of disease. Repot the plant when it outgrows the previous pot and use fresh pot mixing. 

FAQs About Indoor Bonsai Trees

  • Can I keep my Bonsai indoors?

Yes! You can keep Bonsai Plants indoors, depending on the species of the plant. 

  • What is the best bonsai for beginners?

If you want to begin with growing Bonsai indoors, then Ficus Bonsai would be the best choice as it is easy to maintain and can survive in almost any condition.

  • How often should I water my Bonsai?

There is no fixed routine for watering Bonsai plants. You must regularly check the soil. If the top half of the soil is dry then it is the best time to water your plant.