Please click on the links below to see photos of the field grown trees we have available this year.
I have not yet added any description to the trees in the catalogues but most of you will be able to see what you want from the pictures. Email if you want further info or photos of any of the trees.
As usual, please email email@example.com to check that the tree you have picked is still available because I don’t get time to update constantly.
Most Shibui Bonsai trees are shipped through Australia Post. Cost will vary for each tree depending on the size and weight. Let me know your postcode so I can advise shipping cost for each individual tree or order.
Due to limited space on my bonsai benches I have put a couple of really special advanced trident maple bonsai up for sale. These trees are 20+ years old with great ramification. If you can’t wait for your starters to mature, try one of these:
Advanced Root over Rock trident Maple:
Nearly 30 years old, this trident maple has well placed branches and intricate ramification. $1100
Advanced Trident Maple Bonsai: Also around 30 years from seed. This bonsai has extensive nebari. $1100
We usually have a range of less advanced pre bonsai that did not make it to the catalogues. Email to enquire about what we have that will suit your needs.
For those looking for smaller starters we can still supply 11cm pots and 15 cm pots.
Species usually available include:
Trident maple, Japanese maple, Chinese elm, Chinese quince, Chinese juniper (shimpaku), Japanese black pine, Gingko, Port Jackson Fig. 11 cm pots @ $10; 15 cm pots @ $15 and up depending on age and size of the tree. More advanced specimens may also be available. Prices depend on age, quality and potential as bonsai – $20 to $40.
We are always trying different species and may sometimes have limited numbers of Swamp cypress, Dawn redwood, Cotoneaster, Japanese red pine, Mugho pine, Euonymus sp, Pussy willow, Poncirus trifoliata, and others from time to time.
We are also experimenting with Australian Native species as bonsai. As well as the very popular Port Jackson figs we usually have small numbers of Callistemons and banksias available.