Our plant offerings vary from very large material (18” trunks and over)

down to tiny offerings of many forms including new material for the

accent varieties of kusamono and shitakusa.

We particularly specialize in material to be made into detailed – and very large – (and very small) bonsai.

From this background Legoland of Florida chose us to work with them and develop a plant list they could use for creation of their “miniland” landscapes, using very small material in scale with the buildings of their miniature villages.

Many of you already know of our large (up to 18″ bases) trident maples, podocarpus, and even larger crape myrtles, which seem to have flowing or liquid nebari. For example, the crape myrtle is a magnificent material for large or small bonsai, in our opinion.

Since the larger material is so unique and individual, we cannot quote prices on a row-run basis. However the following pages offer you a glimpse of some of our smaller materials and their prices. Many more will be displayed as we gear up.

Many of these plants are already in the bonsai trade, but many more are totally new or very rare. Where you have questions, we invite them, and certainly any suggestions will be gladly accepted and considered.

The following pictures are typical of the various species and sizes we offer in small shippable sizes.

The pot sizes listed here are:

1P = a trade “pint” size; 1Q = a trade “quart” pot size; 1G = a trade “gallon” size.

Of course, in the case of many plant species we also have 3 Gallon, 5 Gallon, 10 Gallon, 15 Gallon and 25 Gallon sizes. Above that we normally plant trees in what we call “rings” which promote even greater, shallow, root growth, especially including flat surface roots which results in fine, heavy nebari and root plating.

Here are illustrations of some of the types of plants we offer, in smaller sizes for bonsai..


Dwarf Japanese garden juniper 1G above also known as the procumbens nana but proper name is j. squamata prostrataMakes great cascades or graceful uprights literati when trained upright. Sanders dwarf boxwood above: 1P; a dwarf boxwood is small in all its parts as the famed Kingsville boxwood but its much faster growing. We think it’s the best dwarf for a boxwood bonsai


Dwarf tansu cryptomeria 1Glooks like a real conical adult pine spruce.The material of Toshio Kawamoto
who used it in almost all of his saikei
Freeman maple 1G has all the sturdinessof the American red maple, but with a lobed leaf like shaped or
the Japanese or silver maple. Robust grower with favorite
smooth gray bark.
Rosa wichuriana porterifolia 1Qwhite 3/8” flowers, tiny foliage pictured;1G Dwarf Kyoto Serissa dark green tiny foliageflowers bud purple pink but open to pure white.Presently offered in a 1Q size