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Deciduous Bonsai Trees

The UK's Finest Selection Of Deciduous Bonsai Trees.

Most of the broadleaf trees are deciduous i.e. they put out new leaves in the Spring and shed them in autumn. The leaves are usually fresh green or red when they emerge in the Spring and take on their autumn tints in the Fall. Even without their leaves in winter, they are stunning to look. Indeed many important bonsai exhibitions are held in winter just to display the delicate silhouette images of these trees.

They are very easy to grow, but you must keep them well watered in the summer. In winter they need very little attention.

Latest - Sorry if many of the deciduous trees are now sold. With the shortage of supply of imported Japanese trees during the past year, all our stock from previous years are in great demand. We are having to grow our own and this takes time!
Our Products
Mountain Maple Bonsai
Lovely Mountain Maple Bonsai Tree. Approximately 27-30cm tall and in a ceramic bonsai pot.
£89.00
Chinese Quince ‘Pseudocydonia sinensis’
This is a large Chinese Quince (we haven't seen it flowering), approximately 80-83cm tall. Planted in plastic bonsai pot. It has an interesting root structure with rocks. COLLECTION ONLY
£495.00
Dawn Redwood ‘Metasequoia glyptostroboides’ Forest
Beautiful Dawn Redwood Forest. Planted in an oval plastic bonsai pot and stands approximately 55-59cm tall.
£149.00
Korean Hornbeam | £395 | oval pot | Herons Bonsai
Carpinus coreana 'Korean Hornbeam' approximately 37cm tall and displayed in an oval ceramic pot. These are gorgeous trees all year round. Picture was taken during a dormant period for the tree but you can see the shape of the tree beautifully.
£445.00
Korean Hornbeam
Korean Hornbeam approximately 33cm tall and displayed in a ceramic pot. These are gorgeous trees all year round. Picture was taken in May.
£395.00
Privet Bonsai Tree
Lovely outdoor Privet bonsai tree approximately 40-44cm tall planted in a plastic bonsai pot.
£59.00
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