Explore our NEW Outdoor Bonsai Collection 

The large outdoor bonsai differ from the typical conception of bonsai as a miniature tree, for its final purpose, that is for garden planting, as well as for the big size, hence the name "macro-bonsai". Japan is the only supplier of these plants, which are grown in such sculptural forms following a centuries-old tradition.

 

Individually priced bonsai on our webiste are unique one-of-a-kind specimens. They are up to 40 years old and are truly stunning. Please visit us today to see the full scale of their beauty.

 

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  • Chamaecyparis obtusa £26,400

    False Cypress. Evergreen conifer with dense foliage, scale-like emerald green leaves and fibrous brown bark. Slow growth. Prune either in June or in September/October, avoid pruning in the hottest months, use only well sharpened hedge clippers. Grows well in any type of soil, provided it is well-drained. Likes windy, cool places in summer, preferably in semi-shade. Use slow release fertilisers. Provide one treatment against fungal diseases in autumn as well as one in spring. One treatment with white oil is advised in winter.

  • Ilex crenata £1,716

    Japanese Holly. Fast growing plant with smooth, green-grey coloured trunk and glossy, dark green leaves. The new sprouts, light green almost golden yellow in March/April, turn intense dark green in May/June. Blooms in June with little white flowers in clusters. Prune from June and after the new vegetation has reached 15-20cm. Prevent excess apical dominance by pruning the apical shoots more frequently as well as the most vigorous ones, in order to preserve the lower or weaker branches. Grows well in neutral or slightly acid pH soils, as long as well-drained. Water regularly using non calcareous water. If grown in a container provide some protection from cold winter wind. Use a slow release fertiliser from March until September. Preventive disinfections with an acaricide from April until September are advised as well as a white oil treatment in winter.

  • Pinus pentaphylla £20,592

    Japanese White Pine. Very slow growth, green-blue needles, rough, platy, grey bark. Produces new spring shoots called "candles" in March/April and replaces the old needles in October. Pinch off the candles in April (or before they open into needles) to an even length of about 0.5 to 1cm. In October prune back late shoots which might appear. In October/November it is advised to remove the old yellow needles by hand. Loves well-ventilated places in full sun, both in Mediterranean and mountain areas. Well-drained, neutral pH soil, water stagnation must be avoided, water only when the soil is completely dry. Treat once with a slow release fertiliser in spring. Provide a preventive anti-fungal treatment in winter as well ass a mineral oil insecticide treatment.

  • Podocarpus macrophyllus £6,600

    Buddhist Pine. Big-sized evergreen with slim, light green leaves; at summer and can bear greenish-blue and red berries hanging in pairs. Mighty dark brown trunk. Prune from summer until October using sharpened hedge clippers. Can be grown in mild climate areas, where temperatures never drop below -15°C. Suitable for any soil type, as long as well-drained. Fertilise moderately with slow release fertilisers. Two preventive insecticide treatments with white oil are recommended in winter as well as two large spectrum insecticide treatments in summer.

  • Taxus cuspidata Nana £3,564

    Japanese Yew. Very slow growth, small, dark green leaves and smooth, reddish-brown trunk. Light green buds turning dark green by maturing. Replaces old vegetation in May/June. Cut off the new vegetation (only once matured) using sharpened clippers either before summer or in September/October. Avoid pruning during the hottest months. Loves cool, ventilated places, preferably in partial shade with well-drained neutral pH soil. Water only when the soil surface is completely dry (intolerant of water stagnation). Use a slow-release fertiliser in spring. A preventive anti-fungal treatment followed by a mineral oil insecticide treatment is advised in winter, as well as an acaricide treatment in summer.

  • Taxus cuspidata £6,336

    Japanese Yew. Very slow growth, small, dark green leaves and smooth, reddish-brown trunk. Light green buds turning dark green by maturing. Replaces old vegetation in May/June. Cut off the new vegetation (only once matured) using sharpened clippers either before summer or in September/October. Avoid pruning during the hottest months. Loves cool, ventilated places, preferably in partial shade with well-drained neutral pH soil. Water only when the soil surface is completely dry (intolerant of water stagnation). Use a slow-release fertiliser in spring. A preventive anti-fungal treatment followed by a mineral oil insecticide treatment is advised in winter, as well as an acaricide treatment in summer.

  • Taxus cuspidata £7,062

    Japanese Yew. Very slow growth, small, dark green leaves and smooth, reddish-brown trunk. Light green buds turning dark green by maturing. Replaces old vegetation in May/June. Cut off the new vegetation (only once matured) using sharpened clippers either before summer or in September/October. Avoid pruning during the hottest months. Loves cool, ventilated places, preferably in partial shade with well-drained neutral pH soil. Water only when the soil surface is completely dry (intolerant of water stagnation). Use a slow-release fertiliser in spring. A preventive anti-fungal treatment followed by a mineral oil insecticide treatment is advised in winter, as well as an acaricide treatment in summer.

  • Taxus cuspidata £9,900

    Japanese Yew. Very slow growth, small, dark green leaves and smooth, reddish-brown trunk. Light green buds turning dark green by maturing. Replaces old vegetation in May/June. Cut off the new vegetation (only once matured) using sharpened clippers either before summer or in September/October. Avoid pruning during the hottest months. Loves cool, ventilated places, preferably in partial shade with well-drained neutral pH soil. Water only when the soil surface is completely dry (intolerant of water stagnation). Use a slow-release fertiliser in spring. A preventive anti-fungal treatment followed by a mineral oil insecticide treatment is advised in winter, as well as an acaricide treatment in summer.

  • Cupressocyparis leylandii Gold Rider

    A fast growing coniferous tree with yellow foliage. Excellent for hedging. Plant 75cm apart. Evergreen. Hardy. Brilliant yellow foliage makes an uplifting evergreen screen.

  • Ilex crenata Convexa

    Box-leaved Holly. An evergreen shrub with purple green stems and glossy dark to mid-green leaves. Produces abundant glossy black fruit. Height 2.5m. Spread 2m. Flower colour cream. Flowers from May to June. Fruit colour black. Fruits from September. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Ilex crenata Glory Gem

    Holly. An evergreen shrub, spiny dark green leaves with broad gold margins. Evergreen. Fantastic structure in the garden. Good in sun and shade. Clip to shape once a year.

  • Ilex crenata Hetzii

    Japanese Holly is a handsome evergreen shrub. It is dense, rigid and compact and grows up to 6 1/2'. You can severely prune to control height. It tolerates drought and air pollution. It also tolerates poor, sandy and clay soils. It is intolerant of alkaline soils. It tolerates the shade and is easily transplanted. It has a slow growth rate. Small, dark green, crenate, convex leaves. The underside of leaves are dotted with black glands.

  • Ilex crenata Kinme

    Japanese Holly Cloud Trees are old and exceptionally beautiful specimens that have been trained with layered branches to give the appearance of floating clouds. These stunning Giant Bonsai are a very slow growing evergreen with dark green foliage, extremely hardy and very easy to maintain. The only maintenance required is occasional light clipping to help the tree to keep its shape.

  • Juniperus chinensis Glauca Hetzii

    Chinese Juniper. Outstanding, evergreen shrub with dense, upright branches clothed in sharply pointed needles. Depending on variety, works well as a ground cover, hedge, screen or windbreak. Requires little maintenance. Very tough plant. Grows 5 to 7 feet high. It is semi-erect with light blue foliage. Grows well in every kind of soil and climate. Keep in a sunny place, in warm or cold areas alike, better if windy. Fertilise moderately using either organic or chemical slow release fertilisers. Treat twice in winter with white oil, treat again twice preventively with an acaricide in summer.

  • Juniperus virginiana Grey Owl

    Juniper. A low spreading conifer with horizontal silvery blue-grey branches. Height 2m. Spread 3m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Juniperus x media Pfitzeriana

    Juniper. A striking, spreading conifer with arching branches of blue-green foliage. Height 90-120cm. Spread 1.6m. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Photinia Atropurpurea Nana

    An upright, evergreen shrub with dark green leaves, bright red when young. Small white flowers are sometimes followed by bright red fruit. Mx height 5m. Max spread 5m. Flowers April-May. Fruits August. Full sun/partial shade. Frost hardy. Back-fill with soil mixed with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Photinia serratifolia Compacta

    An upright, evergreen shrub with dark green leaves, bright red when young. Small white flowers are sometimes followed by bright red fruit. Mx height 5m. Max spread 5m. Flowers April-May. Fruits August. Full sun/partial shade. Frost hardy. Back-fill with soil mixed with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Photinia serratifolia Pink Marble

    Photinia Pink Marble is a stunning form, with foliage that starts out bright pink, softening to blue-green with a white variegation and a tiny pink edge. It is extremely pretty, strong growing and makes a fabulous garden plant all year round. Less vigorous than other Photinias and responds really well to hard pruning. Requires well drained soil in sun or part-shade.

  • Pinus nigra

    European Black Pine. A rounded conifer with rigid dark green needle-like leaves. Produces yellow-brown cones. Height 30m. Spread 6-8m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Pinus sylvestris

    Scots Pine. A tall conical to columnar conifer with blue-green, twisted needle-like leaves. Bushy and vigorous when young, great screening, stately and architectural when old.

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