Willow Bonsai Tree
Collected From wild
Trained Since 2003
Satsuki Azalea Bonsai Tree
Imported trained by Stone Craft since 2001
|AFTER THREE YEARS TRAINING
|RED WINTER COLOR TURNS GREEN IN SPRING
Stands 18" from soil.
Nursery stock trained by Stone Craft since 2002
The Cryptomeria Japonica as a bonsai to me represents a huge old western hemlock tree, with it’s feathery
weeping foliage, dense pads and light new growth on dark old growth. It is an excellent choice to buy as nursery stalk
because it will have dense foliage that simply needs to be thinned and shaped making lots of potential for a fine bonsai
tree in just a few years.
Pauls Dwarf Pine
Nursery stock trained by Stone Craft since 2001
|SATSUKI AZALEA BONSAI TREE
Stands 21-1/2" from soil.
trained by Stone Craft since 2002
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|AFTER FOUR YEARS TRAINING
Evergreen Honey Suckle
Collected From Wild
Trained by Stone Craft since 1999
Well its not quite evergreen in my location although it's still hardy. This one was trained and potted to represent a
tree near the river where the winter flooding has eroded away the soil as the tree continues to grow deeper roots.
Nursery stock trained by Stone Craft since 2000
Alpine Fir have rather large needles for a tiny bonsai such as a "shohin" (7.5 to 15cm,) bonsai, However it can be pulled
off by using the needles to "represent" leaves instead. An alpine fir will grow in the harshest conditions, they are incredibly
slow growing, and can be trained into quite a gnarly specimen in almost any style making the Alpine Fir ideal for a “shohin”
(15 to 20cm.) or larger bonsai. They like sun but prefer a slightly shady position. Pot your Alpine Fir in a basic bonsai
soil mix, feed every two weeks from early spring to mid fall. Pinch back the tips of new shoots to encourage branching and
create foliage pads. Keep the soil slightly moist but not wet. You can propagate more trees from seeds, cuttings or air layering.
Betula Pendula 'Trosts Dwarf' Birch Bonsai Tree!
Trained by Stone Craft Since 2000
This variety of Birch tree is an excellent choice for bonsai.
It is super hardy all the way to zone 4. It has deeply cut leaves that look very much like that of a maple tree only
they are small making a perfect miniature "maple tree". It's best for Shohin or mame bonsai because it grows
painfully slow. Click here to buy your own.
Trained Since 2007
A mame bonsai can look great almost instantly, however you will need to stay right on top of watering. A
drip system on a timer is the most practical way but you will still need to keep a close eye on it.
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