Japanese Cherry Blossom Bonsai - Package of 10 Seeds

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We ship all plants usps priority mail. They arrive to most locations within 2-3 days. We package all plants to retain moisture to up to 10 days in transit. All plants ships from our warehouses in Tennessee. All plants are grown and shipped from out Altamont (zip) 37301 location. We do drop ship for re-sellers also for those wanting to resell our plants.

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All plants are dug and immediately taken to our warehouse and tera-sorb moisture retention gel is applied to the roots and then wrapped in plastic to retain superior moisture for transit. They are placed in corogated cardboard shipping boxes for protection when shipped

Upon Receipt Of Your Plants

Upon receipt of your plants, unpack and unwrap the roots and mist with water. Plant within 24-48 hours. If you can not plant within this time frame, put your plants in a cool location (ex- basement, garage or cellar) and water the roots daily. Cover them back up with the plastic so they will not dry out until you can plant them. After planted, water every evening after the sun goes down for 5 days.

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Japanese Cherry Blossom Bonsai Seeds

 
Japanese cherry blossom bonsai are small deciduous trees that produce plenty of beautiful flowers to cover the entire tree. These flowers fall to the base of the tree to create an attractive appeal to the surroundings of the tree. A single branch holds the long horizontal branches of cherry blossom bonsai.

Native Japanese consume the cherries and the leaves by making a form of tea from them. Cherry blossoms were introduced to America in the early 1900s and had since then been beautifying parks, gardens, and walkways countrywide. The Japanese then added the art of “bonsai,” a way of creating a miniature tree. Using this method, homeowners can have small replicas of the cherry blossoms they see in the parks all over America.

Mature Height

A typical fully grown Japanese cherry blossom bonsai ranges from 14 to 24 cm tall. There are taller breeds of bonsai trees that can measure up to 35 cm tall. However, these taller breeds are not common among gardeners.

Mature Width

The mature width of a Japanese cherry bonsai is less than 3 cm.

Hardy Zones Where They Grow

Japanese cherry bonsai adapt quickly to different environments. You can find them growing in the streets, sidewalks, and gardens as long as the area receives direct sunlight of up to 6 hours a day. These plants grow best in USDA hardiness zones of 5-9.

Soil Recommendations

As mentioned before, Japanese cherry blossoms are highly adaptable and can survive in both alkaline and acidic soil, including sandy, clay, and loam soil. Likewise, they can tolerate both well-drained and wet soil. Younger trees will require slight irrigation but quickly adapt once they grow. While planting cherry blossoms, mix compost and soil and compact it inside the 4-feet hole you dug to cover the seedling roots.

Bloom Color

Japanese cherry trees come in a variety of breeds. There are some that flower with dark-pink cherries, others light-pink cherries, and there are those that change color while they bloom. Regardless of the shed of the flowers, all Japanese cherry blossoms are unique, radiant, and beautiful.

Bloom Season

Different cherry blossoms bloom at different times, depending on the climatic condition in the various zones. However, most Japanese cherry blossoms bloom in the spring and flower for several weeks before they begin to shed. In America, these trees bloom from late March through April and stop in early May.

America hosts cherry blossom festivals in Washington, Bacon, New York, Nashville, Texas, and many other locations. America has had cherry bloom festivals since 1935. During these festivals, botanical enthusiasts and exhibitors meet to view and present hundreds of bonsai trees. There are over 400 varieties of Japanese cherry bonsai. Therefore, these exhibitions are nothing short of captivating.

You can purchase a do-it-yourself bonsai kit available in online stores or physical botanical stores in America. The instructions for planting and caring for your Japanese cherry blossom bonsai come with the DIY-kits. Therefore you will not require the services of a gardener to grow your tree.
Japanese Cherry Blossom Bonsai

                            Japanese cherry blossom bonsai are small deciduous trees that produce plenty of beautiful flowers to cover the entire tree. These flowers fall to the base of the tree to create an attractive appeal to the surroundings of the tree. A single branch holds the long horizontal branches of cherry blossom bonsai.

Native Japanese consume the cherries and the leaves by making a form of tea from them. Cherry blossoms were introduced to America in the early 1900s and had since then been beautifying parks, gardens, and walkways countrywide. The Japanese then added the art of “bonsai,” a way of creating a miniature tree. Using this method, homeowners can have small replicas of the cherry blossoms they see in the parks all over America.

Mature Height

A typical fully grown Japanese cherry blossom bonsai ranges from 14 to 24 cm tall. There are taller breeds of bonsai trees that can measure up to 35 cm tall. However, these taller breeds are not common among gardeners.

Mature Width

The mature width of a Japanese cherry bonsai is less than 3 cm.

Hardy Zones Where They Grow

Japanese cherry bonsai adapt quickly to different environments. You can find them growing in the streets, sidewalks, and gardens as long as the area receives direct sunlight of up to 6 hours a day. These plants grow best in USDA hardiness zones of 5-9.

Soil Recommendations

As mentioned before, Japanese cherry blossoms are highly adaptable and can survive in both alkaline and acidic soil, including sandy, clay, and loam soil. Likewise, they can tolerate both well-drained and wet soil. Younger trees will require slight irrigation but quickly adapt once they grow. While planting cherry blossoms, mix compost and soil and compact it inside the 4-feet hole you dug to cover the seedling roots.

Bloom Color

Japanese cherry trees come in a variety of breeds. There are some that flower with dark-pink cherries, others light-pink cherries, and there are those that change color while they bloom. Regardless of the shed of the flowers, all Japanese cherry blossoms are unique, radiant, and beautiful.

Bloom Season

Different cherry blossoms bloom at different times, depending on the climatic condition in the various zones. However, most Japanese cherry blossoms bloom in the spring and flower for several weeks before they begin to shed. In America, these trees bloom from late March through April and stop in early May.

America hosts cherry blossom festivals in Washington, Bacon, New York, Nashville, Texas, and many other locations. America has had cherry bloom festivals since 1935. During these festivals, botanical enthusiasts and exhibitors meet to view and present hundreds of bonsai trees. There are over 400 varieties of Japanese cherry bonsai. Therefore, these exhibitions are nothing short of captivating.

You can purchase a do-it-yourself bonsai kit available in online stores or physical botanical stores in America. The instructions for planting and caring for your Japanese cherry blossom bonsai come with the DIY-kits. Therefore you will not require the services of a gardener to grow your tree.

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