Bonsai Europe

Bonsai Europe

Bonsai Starter Material

  • Abies Pinsapo (Spanish fir ) Starter

    9,90 
  • Acer Palmatum Atropurpureum (Purple Japanese Maple) Starter

    9,90 
  • Acer Palmatum Deshojo (Japanese Red Maple) Starter

    14,90 
  • Juniperus Chinensis Itoigawa (Chinese Itoigawa Juniper) Starter

    12,90 
  • Juniperus Chinensis Kishu (Chinese Kishu Juniper) Starter

    12,90 
  • Pinus Halepensis (Aleppo Pine) Starter

    2,49 
  • Pinus Parviflora (Japanese White Pine)

    29,90 
  • Pinus Pinea (Italien Stone Pine) Starter

    2,49 
  • Pinus Sylvestris (Scots Pine) Starter

    3,49 
  • Pinus Thunbergii (Japanese Black Pine) Starter

    12,50 

Bonsai Shop Europe

Bonsai Shop Europe

The bonsai, which means “tree in a container”, impresses with its special plant art. After all, a mini tree in a pot is something special. For many, bonsais are among the most interesting and at the same time most decorative works of plant art. In shape and growth they resemble full grown trees, but in fact bonsais are rarely taller than one metre. Their appearance is the result of a special artistic design.

However, you should have some basic knowledge in order not to lose the fun of bonsai care. And, of course, to get something out of the plant for a long time. Growing and caring for a bonsai can be more difficult than you think. But don’t panic – even without a green thumb you can have a bonsai. In fact, there are species here on bonsai europe that are also suitable for beginners.

Young branches naturally grow upwards and only bend over time. The branches of your bonsai are bent downwards to give the impression of an old tree. You can further determine the shape of your bonsai by wiring it. If you wrap the branches at 45 degrees with wire of the appropriate thickness, you can bend them into any shape you want.

Bonsai can be shaped from many species, all according to your own specific wishes and needs. There is a big difference between subtropical species, which are called indoor bonsai in Europe, and native species or from similar climates, they are characterised as outdoor bonsai. Indoor bonsai are used to constant temperatures, while outdoor bonsai just need the seasons with the resting and growing phases.

No other plant can set such impressive accents as a hand shaped bonsai or plant that has been cut into shape.

With our selection of robust, easy care plants for shaping your own bonsai, even for the inexperienced, you will always make the right choice.

A small selection of plants that you will enjoy for a long time.