Bougainvillea Bonsai Succulent Garden (16" - 20"H)
The bonsai brings a natural and peaceful ambiance to any living space.
The garden is a combination of a Bonsai Tree and Succulents in various shapes, colors and textures that can be appreciated from all angles. This garden can be placed on a pedestal, as a centerpiece on a table or on a small stand. Bonsai Tree’s and Succulents last much longer than cut flowers and have a modern touch that is great for a contemporary style home or office.
All gardens are one-of-a-kind creations and will slightly differ from the photo.
Container: Approximately 5" Height x 10" wide
Plants: Vary from 2" - 16" in height. Each arrangement is unique and plants will vary based on availability.
Pick-up and Delivery
Our arrangements have a processing time between 3-7 days depending on the arrangement. Once an order is confirmed we will contact you to confirm a completion date based on availability.
This item is only available for pick-up or delivery in the Miami Metro area.
One of the greatest attractions of a bonsai is the calming effect of simply trimming this miniature tree. The goal with pruning is to maintain its shape as it grows. Plus, cleaning up the top growth ensures growth elsewhere on the plant.
Use bonsai clippers (not scissors!) to remove any dead branches. Then decide which branches to trim in order to maintain the desired design. Bonsai pruning is considered an art form, which is why this little tree makes such a great gift for creative friends.
Position: The bougainvillea needs full sun and high temperatures for producing flowers and for that reason it should be placed outside in a sunny place during the growing season. In autumn the tree should be taken into a cool room with sufficient light (or under grow lights) and at temperatures not below 50°F / 10° C and best not over 59° F / 15° C, which is unfortunately not easy to achieve in many houses.
Watering: Water the bougainvillea thoroughly when the soil gets dry, but avoid constant soil wetness which will lead to root rot, fungal problems, insect susceptibility and death. The species prefers a pH value of 6 to 6.5, so avoid using highly calcareous water.
Feeding: Apply solid organic fertilizer once a month or use a liquid fertilizer every week during the growing season and every two weeks in winter.