Keeps vibrant color with absolutely no light or water. Naturally grown, this beautiful bonsai maintains its dramatic, windswept shape without continuous pruning, and keeps its vibrant color with absolutely no light or watering. Juniper is artfully shaped by horticulture artists, grafted to dried grape wood, and "planted" in a ceramic basin. Glycerin-preserved to it keep its vibrant color with absolutely no light or water.
Polished river stones and moss complete the harmony in this lifelike, miniature garden. Size is approximate; each original will vary.
Small evergreen Bonsai garden Authentic looking with no watering or light Preserved with glycerin to keep vibrant colors Each original will vary slightly Includes polished river stones and moss
Sizes Small: Pot, 7-1/2"W x 6"D; Overall, approx. 11"H Large: Pot, 9"L x 7-1/2"D; Overall approx. 14"H Grand Size: Pot, 12"L x 9"D; Overall approx. 22"H
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Large Evergreen Bonsai
Maintenance-Free 11"H Evergreen Bonsai Garden in Ceramic Basin
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5.0 (based on customer reviews)
By The Perfectionist FromNE PA
Excellant, VERY realistic, A+++++
Comments about Product: VERY Realistic and life like. Some reviews say color too green, not the one I received it looks VERY real and alive, even has some brown and older looking areas, fools everybody, I tell them it is real, I don't say alive, not a lie!!
Comments about Product: How lovely and elegant this bonsai is! It looks perfect anywhere in my home. The shape is perfect and it has surprisingly realistic appearance. Actually, the color is a bit bright; however it's stunning. I plan to purchase the large one.
Comments about Product: I'm an avid bonsai entheusiast and have several live specimens. This replica is especially nice because, loving bonsai outdoors, they must stay outdoors. This one gives me the pleasure of having one inside my home. I'm very pleased, and the only slightly negative comment I can offer is that the "vibrant color" is a little too vibrant a green. Somewhat unnatural for a juniper.