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Top 4 Real Bonsai Trees to Replace Your Artificial Bonsai Collection

Thinking of replacing your artificial bonsai with a real bonsai tree? Then look no further than this article. Various types of bonsai trees exist, each with its own characteristics. However, to help you select the best real bonsai, I am going to list the top 4 real bonsai trees.

Furthermore, I have included real bonsai plants that are beautiful and beneficial for your health. Also, you don’t need to worry if you are a beginner because I have covered a bonsai tree you can easily care for. 

Having said that, let’s check out the top real bonsai.

A flowering bonsai plant is a beautiful and unique addition to any indoor or outdoor space. These miniature trees bloom with stunning flowers, adding color and life to your environment. Popular flowering bonsai plant species include Azalea, Jasmine, and Gardenia. With proper care and attention, a flowering bonsai plant can thrive and bring beauty for years to come. 

Top 4 Real Bonsai Trees

1. Pachira Bonsai Tree (Money Tree Bonsai)

Pachira Money Tree Plant

A pachira bonsai, also known as a money tree, is an excellent symbol of fortune and prosperity. Its beautiful trunk and leaves can add a touch of elegance to your home. Furthermore, this plant is low light-tolerant, which makes it a good choice for your office or home. 

Aside from its aesthetic appeal, pachira bonsai also purifies the air, thereby providing you with health benefits.

2. Radermachera Bonsai Plant

Radermachera Bonsai Plant

Bonsai Radermachera is commonly known as China Doll. The bonsai has a beautiful trunk and vibrant, glossy, mild-green leaves that are divided into leaflets. Radermachera bonsai remain compact and are easy to care for.

Similarly to Pachira bonsai, China Dolls also enhance indoor air quality. It is also non-toxic, so Radermachera bonsai is a great choice if you have pets at home.

3. Braided Pachira Bonsai Plant

big-braided-pahira-bonsai-plant-by-abana-homes

Choose braided pachira bonsai if you want to brighten up your place with its green presence. Due to their attractive trunk and foliage, this bonsai can fill every corner of your house.

Slender deep green leaves grow horizontally stems that grab attention in the center of your hall. Most people choose braided pachira because of its easy-care qualities. Moreover, this bonsai comes with a ceramic pot that completes the beautiful braided pachira look. This complete package of beauty also makes a wonderful gift for your family and friends.

4. Grafted Ficus Bonsai Plant

Grafted Ficus Bonsai plant

It’s hard to beat grafted ficus for bonsai. This plant has a unique bark shape and entangled roots, making it one of the prettiest indoor plants. Also, there’s something about its lush green leaves and canopy structure that draws everyone’s attention. 

This member of the fig family looks gorgeous on any table or in the living room. It is also well suited to the Indian climate. Moreover, this gorgeous bonsai only needs minimal care to thrive.

Since it’s considered auspicious, it’s a great gift for someone who loves bonsai plants.

Conclusion

Among real bonsai trees, these are the best. When it comes to enhancing your low-light area, Pachira is a great option. However, braided pachira will enhance the beauty of your place even more. Any room can benefit from its braided look.

Radermacera bonsai tree is non-toxic, so if you own a pet, it would be the perfect tree for you. However, go for grafted ficus if you are still confused, it’s hard to hate fig.

Now is the time to begin growing these amazing bonsai trees. Feel free to contact Abana Homes for any assistance you may need while growing and caring for them.

FAQs

Q1. Where should I place my Bonsai tree at home?

Ans. Indoor Bonsai do best at a South facing window because lots of light is crucial for their health. 

Q2. Can bonsai live in low light?

Ans. Yes. Bonsai trees are available in a variety of forms, including those that are able to survive in constant low-light conditions. Some of the bonsai plants prefer shady areas, while others prefer to grow indoors. Radarmachera and Pachira are the best bonsai plants for low light conditions.

Q3. What is the easiest indoor bonsai tree for beginners?

Ans. A Fig Bonsai is the most common and easiest to care for. Beginners will find the Ficus very resilient and tolerant of low humidity.

Q4. How much does a bonsai tree cost in India?

Ans. Between Rs. 1000 and Rs. 3000 is the average cost of a medium-range bonsai tree.

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