Apple bonsai for sale

Apple trees bonsai are particularly well suited trees for bonsai styling. Apple tree bonsai are found in almost every collection. Apples are good for entry into the hobby Bonsai and it is a good bonsai for beginner.

What advantages do apple trees have for bonsai styling ?

  • Many apple species, but especially the ornamental apple varieties, blooming abundantly as a bonsai tree
  • Apple bonsai develop many fruits after flowering. They often hang long on the bonsai
  • As an easy-care bonsai the apple tree is a good Bonsai for beginner or suitable as a present
  • Rapid growth with good growth in thickness. You'll quickly develop good stems or branches
  • Perfect wound closure. Even large wounds closed quickly after pruning a bonsai
  • Lot of new bud develops after pruning. So it is easy to build a fine branching
  • A number of species or varieties (e.g., wild apple, Toringo crab = Malus toringo, Malus halliana, Nagasaki crab apple) are commercially available

Buy apple tree bonsai

We produce the apple tree bonsai by ourselves (wild apple bonsai, Japanese crabapple bonsai) or import them directly from the producer (ornamental apples). The bonsai trees usually arrive in Wenddorf in February and are immediately placed in our online shop.

Here you can buy your apple tree bonsai. After a purchase on weekdays until 14 o'clock all orders are shipped the same day Europe-wide. You get exactly the bonsai that you have selected in the shop. Safely packaged.

Apple tree bonsai care in a nutshell:

Wiring: Application of bonsai wire is simple during winter without leaves. The young branches are easy to bend. Use a bonsai wire cutter for an apple bonsai if you want to unwire the bonsai

Fertilisation: Abundant from march to september with a common Bonsai fertilizer (like Biogold, Hanagokoro, Liquid bonsai fertilizer)

Irrigation: Do not keep too dry. Especially in midsummer, always keep moist

Pruning: Do not remove too much the short shoots with flower buds. Use a bonsai scissors for pruning the young shoots and a sharp concave bonsai cutter for removing stonger branches.

Overwintering: Tolerates deepest sub-zero temperatures in foil tent at high humidity well

Repotting: Repot an apple bonsai at the beginning of march in a well-drained bonsai soil (for example Akadama) with strong root-cut