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Indoor Bonsai Tree - £6.81 @ Aldi

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Makes a unique gift this xmas.

Oriental gems magnificent miniature trees, complete with comprehensive growing/pruning instructions.

Planted in a 15cm ceramic dish with underplate
Varieties: Carmona, Ligustrum, Sageretia and Zelkova
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#1
HOT little trees :)
#2
Hot deal, half the price of the one that I purchased through this site earlier in the week (although that did have a free gift and I preferred that variety of tree).

H&R added for you OP.
#3
Hot price. I had a bonsai once but killed it by over cutting it. Felt like Mr Miowgi when I had it lol Might get one of these though.
#4
awsome!

Take it you can only get one of these from sunday?

This would make a great secret santa but I have to give the present by friday :santa:
#5
Good price but most bonsai bought it shops are dying anyway. They require delicate care and conditions. Being on a shop shelf in a warehouse going cold and hot all the time does them no good.
#6
Which is the nicest variety to look at/ease of maintenance - although I suspect it will be a case of getting whats there.....
#7
I would have thought Ligustrum (Privet ) would be the easiest to look after, although non will like to much heat or cold.
#8
Please see the Karate kid film for video care instructions for the Bonsai.
#9
very hard to care for i had 2 and they both died, i love em though
#10
previously bought them from ikea for £5.99
#11
Are these the same ones that were in Lidl a week or two ago at £4.99? They look like they are.
#12
dark_like_vader
very hard to care for i had 2 and they both died, i love em though


Nah they're easy, I've kept 2 in my garden on my patio for 5 years now.
1 Like #13
Looks a bit small.
Have they got any bigger ones?
#14
hot price whether they die or not! b&q do them for 9.99 but they also have bigger ones if anyones interested at extra cost
#15
halfwaymark
previously bought them from ikea for £5.99


Yes your right, I bought one from Ikea and couldnt remember the price :-D

£5.99 was a great price, not sure if they still do them though
#16
sarah7989
hot price whether they die or not! b&q do them for 9.99 but they also have bigger ones if anyones interested at extra cost


Oh good.
How much is a 6 foot tall one?
#17
I've killed three of these sort of things. I suck at looking after them. :(
#18
They are very hard to look after. My boyfriend bought himself one and I made a bet with him that he could not keep it alive for more than a month. Three months later and it is still thriving so I now owe him a treat :oops:
#19
When are these available from?
#20
have to water everyday i think..
#21
Pluun
Oh good.
How much is a 6 foot tall one?


lol they have them ranging up to 100 quid. dont think its 6 foot tall but mayb 4 foot?
#22
They are lovely but anyone kept one alive for long?..I must have bought a forrest of these little blighters in my time and non live...
#23
They are a swiz!
I bought one 5 years ago and it ain't grown an inch!

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