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Bonsai Tree in Black or White Ceramic Pot £5 @ Morrisons instore
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Bonsai Tree in Black or White Ceramic Pot £5 @ Morrisons instore

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Bonsai tree in a black or white ceramic pot at Morrisons instore, featured as plant of the week. In terms of price comparison, B&Q sell Bonsai trees in ceramic pots for £15, so looks a decent price.

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deleted7202829/01/2019 21:09

It's a bonsai from Morrisons, go away.


That's the point it won't stay a bonsai in a pot like this. Most people wouldn't know if they bought this they'd have to go off and buy a different shaped pot to help keep the tree's short stature.

thenationalbonsaisociety.co.uk/ind…tml is a good place for beginners to get more info.

Sorry if my attempt to give some helpful information offended you.
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Looks very similar to the HUKD logo does that tree, not sure I'd pay £5
_sion29/01/2019 19:39

Don't think that's a good shape bonsai pot. The root ball has too much …Don't think that's a good shape bonsai pot. The root ball has too much space to grow, usually the pots are very shallow and wide



I'm shallow and wide. Maybe I should grow bonsai trees??
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Looks very similar to the HUKD logo does that tree, not sure I'd pay £5
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Don't think that's a good shape bonsai pot. The root ball has too much space to grow, usually the pots are very shallow and wide
_sion29/01/2019 19:39

Don't think that's a good shape bonsai pot. The root ball has too much …Don't think that's a good shape bonsai pot. The root ball has too much space to grow, usually the pots are very shallow and wide



I'm shallow and wide. Maybe I should grow bonsai trees??
Good price, usually between £12 and £15 where I’ve seen and they look a good size too
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The Mrs has one of these, but it just looks like a piece of privit hedge to me.
ScottyMelotty53 m ago

I'm shallow and wide. Maybe I should grow bonsai trees??


As long as you don't mind getting your roots trimmed every so often
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_sion29/01/2019 19:39

Don't think that's a good shape bonsai pot. The root ball has too much …Don't think that's a good shape bonsai pot. The root ball has too much space to grow, usually the pots are very shallow and wide


It's a bonsai from Morrisons, go away.
deleted7202829/01/2019 21:09

It's a bonsai from Morrisons, go away.


That's the point it won't stay a bonsai in a pot like this. Most people wouldn't know if they bought this they'd have to go off and buy a different shaped pot to help keep the tree's short stature.

thenationalbonsaisociety.co.uk/ind…tml is a good place for beginners to get more info.

Sorry if my attempt to give some helpful information offended you.
Great plant to start and learn the art of Bonsai..

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My Bonsai, loves reggae
I just buy a normal size plant and stand it far away .. Less hassle same effect
pipehippy13 h, 2 m ago

The Mrs has one of these, but it just looks like a piece of privit hedge …The Mrs has one of these, but it just looks like a piece of privit hedge to me.


That's all they are, they make for good starter bonsai trees as they are relatively easy to keep alive. There is no specific tree for bonsai, pretty much any tree can be used as one.
I used to keep Bonsai trees. Don't buy this junk even at a fiver. Best thing is to buy a Chinese Elm from a dealer and keep it outside. It prolongs their lifespan. Most die eventually it's just their karma.
_sion17 h, 56 m ago

That's the point it won't stay a bonsai in a pot like this. Most people …That's the point it won't stay a bonsai in a pot like this. Most people wouldn't know if they bought this they'd have to go off and buy a different shaped pot to help keep the tree's short stature.http://www.thenationalbonsaisociety.co.uk/index.html is a good place for beginners to get more info.Sorry if my attempt to give some helpful information offended you.


Ninjas be coming your way -Sion San......
_sion18 h, 58 m ago

That's the point it won't stay a bonsai in a pot like this. Most people …That's the point it won't stay a bonsai in a pot like this. Most people wouldn't know if they bought this they'd have to go off and buy a different shaped pot to help keep the tree's short stature.http://www.thenationalbonsaisociety.co.uk/index.html is a good place for beginners to get more info.Sorry if my attempt to give some helpful information offended you.


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