Pine and Juniper bonsai trees hold an enchanting attraction in the world of bonsai. These living artworks are evergreen and display the most wondrous & natural character in miniature form. Pine bonsai, with their delicate needles and graceful branches, evoke a sense of tranquillity and endurance. Whereas, Juniper bonsai trees with their textured bark and twisting forms, capture a rugged and wild beauty.
Symbolism & Meaning – Pine & Juniper Bonsai Trees
The pine bonsai tree is often seen as a symbol of good qualities and a long life. Additionally, the pine tree is seen as a symbol of rebirth, renewal, and a bright and hopeful future.
The Chinese Juniper Bonsai signifies strength, wisdom, and beauty. Moreover, the strength of the juniper tree is seen in its ability to survive in harsh climates and rocky outcrops.
Starter Miniature Juniperus chinensis Evergreen Hardy Outdoor Bonsai – Easy Care Beginners Bonsai!£34.99
Juvenile Shohin Juniperus Chinensis Evergreen Hardy Outdoor Bonsai£38.99
Discover the Beauty of an 8-Year-Old Aleppo Pine Bonsai£105.00
Timeless Mediterranean Aleppo Pine Bonsai with Lovely Trunk Design£109.99
Hardy Evergreen Mediterranean Aleppo pine bonsai£145.00
Stunning Miniature Chinese Juniper Bonsai – 13 years with mature character & artistic design£145.00
Magnificent Hardy Evergreen Japanese White Pine Bonsai – Pinus parviflora£195.00
Chinese Juniper Graceful Evergreen Bonsai Classic – Beautifully Architectural Designed£265.00
Majestic 17-Year-Old Chinese Juniper Outdoor Bonsai: A Natural Masterpiece£300.00
Phenomenal Huge Hardy Evergreen Juniper Bonsai with feature Shari & Dramatic Design | 28 years£2,250.00
Specimen Japanese Black Pine Bonsai ~ 35 years£7,500.00
Japanese White Pine Bonsai (Pinus parviflora)
Probably the most popular bonsai in Japan. Occasionally, known as five-needle pine tree. A beautiful coniferous evergreen bonsai which we keep fairly dry. Fully hardy outdoor bonsai which will tolerate a sunny position. Forms fantastic trunk and branches, very slow growing with amazing character. Furthermore, it has been styled using both pruning and wiring techniques. Fantastic bonsai with its slender needles arranged in clusters of five and graceful, sweeping branches. The bark is pale and silvery and it has small cones as it matures.
Japanese Black Pine Bonsai (Pinus thunbergii)
A stunning bonsai with both power and grace. A beautiful evergreen bonsai which needs to be kept fairly dry. A fully hardy outdoor bonsai which will tolerate a sunny position. Forms fantastic trunk and branches, very slow growing with amazing character. Moreover this incredible bonsai can be styled using both pruning and wiring techniques. Fantastic bonsai which has dark, fissured bark and vibrant green needles. It displays lovely ‘candles’ of new growth in the spring season. Specifically, this tree is remarkably resistant to harsh conditions such as cold winter winds, salt spray & drought.
Dwarf Mountain Pine Bonsai (Pinus Mugo mops)
The Dwarf Mountain Pine Bonsai (Pinus mugo ‘Mops‘) is a beautiful representation of rugged pine tree in a miniature form. Overall, with its compact size and densely packed needles, this bonsai variety mirrors the essence of alpine landscapes. It has deep green foliage and a distinctive rounded growth habit. A highly adaptability bonsai which thrives in a variety of environments. Undeniably the gnarled and weathered appearance of its bark adds a touch of age and character. The most superb slow growing evergreen dwarf pine bonsai. Perfect for beginners with very easy care.
Mediterranean Aleppo Pine (Pinus halepensis)
The Mediterranean Aleppo Pine (Pinus halepensis) is a spectacular hardy evergreen bonsai from drier Mediterranean landscapes. With its distinctive long, slender needles and rugged, reddish-brown bark, this pine species is extremely tasteful. Native to the Mediterranean region, it has adapted to thrive in challenging conditions, its branches often styled in a windswept coastal style.
Chinese Juniper Bonsai (Juniperus chinensis)
A bonsai favourite. This wonderful evergreen bonsai has it all , naturally small foliage, incredible character throughout the trunk and branches, it’s evergreen and has beautiful flaky bark. Significantly the juvenile foliage of the juniper is spiky but as it matures soft ‘pads’ of foliage are formed. The juniper responds very well to training by pruning and wiring. Please be careful to check the wire weekly to prevent scaring. Juniper Bonsai thrive in a very sunny position. Consequently we keep them on the dry side, in a free draining soil. Very hardy. Undoubtedly the juniper is a much loved evergreen that brightens up the winter months with its purple berries.