An age-old relaxation aid that creates an object to beautify your space and calm your mind, the tradition of artistically tended miniature trees was originally passed from China to Japan and has persisted since at least the 8th century. Want a bonsai that requires very little trimming? If so, the slow-growing Dwarf Mugo Pine is the tree for you. This natural dwarf pine, with its very short, deep green needles, is an exceptional evergreen bonsai. This hardy plant can tolerate extremely cold weather, making it a fine, low-maintenance, outdoor choice.
Founded by Brussel Martin, Brussel’s Bonsai has been a destination for bonsai hobbyists for over 30 years. This Mississippi company now occupies 175,000 square feet of cutting-edge greenhouse space, turning boutique operation into America’s largest importer and grower of fine bonsai, all of which come potted in elegantly coordinated planters.
Pinus mugus “Mops” is a colorful bonsai that thrives indoors and out. When kept indoors, place in a sunny area, near windows facing southeast or west. It takes several weeks for indoor bonsai to acclimate to a new environment. During this period, your bonsai may shed up to 20% of its foliage. This is normal. Exposure to sunlight will enable your bonsai to replace foliage it may have lost while adjusting to its new environment. If you do not have a place for your tree to receive adequate sunlight, the use of a grow light is recommended.
Plant arrives potted in a container. Plant height varies from 4” to 6”.