Bonsai Trees | Bonsai Tools | Supplies
 
 
 
Bonsai Trees

the Garden Market has closed it’s Main Street retail location and we are nolonger selling trees and bonsai accessories.

Access to the Bonsai Experience and Garden Area can be made by calling for an appointment.

We thank you so much for your business and support over the years.

Pictures our of trees and our NEW Bonsai Experience

Bonsai Care
Tips for Beginners
Choosing a Bonsai
How to Prune a Bonsai
Winter Protection
Bonsai Styles

Addition Resources
   Triangle Bonsai Society

The Art of Bonsai

In Japanese, bonsai can be literally translated as 'tray planting' but since originating in Asia, so many centuries ago - it has developed into a whole new form. To begin with, the tree and the pot form a single harmonious unit where the shape, texture and color of one, compliments the other. Then the tree must be shaped. It is not enough just to plant a tree in a pot and allow nature to take its course - the result would look nothing like a tree and would look very short-lived. Every branch and twig of a bonsai is shaped or eliminated until the chosen image is achieved. From then on, the image is maintained and improved by a constant regime of pruning and trimming.
 

 
Raleigh Bonsai Trees Sales Area

The latest images of our New Bonsai sales and display area, as of March.
It's getting there, we still have a few more benches to add and the completion of the training area.

Bonsai Gardens at the Garden Market

 
 

Bonsai Trees
Juniper Bonsai Trees
Tropical Bonsai
Maple Bonsai Trees
Pine Bonsai Trees
Ficus Bonsai Trees
Fukien Tea Bonsai
Azalea Bonsai
Bonsai Tools
Bonsai Shears
Bonsai Tool Kits
Bonsai Rakes
Bonsai Cutters
Concave Cutters
Root Picks
Bonsai Pots
Ceramic Bonsai Pots
Yixing Bonsai Pots
Mini Pots
Large Bonsai Pots
Bonsai Humidity Trays
Bonsai Care Supplies
Pruning Compounds
Gravel and Soil
Mudman
Bonsai Wire
Bonsai Turntables

Serving
Wake Forest Bonsai
Raleigh Bonsai
Durham Bonsai
Cary Bonsai
Triangle Bonsai