Montreal Bonsai Store

Bonsai Montreal

Bonsai Store

The word “Bon-sai” (often misspelled as bonzai or banzai) is a Japanese term which, literally translated, means “planted in a container”. This art form is derived from an ancient Chinese horticultural practice, part of which was then redeveloped under the influence of Japanese Zen Buddhism.

Bonsai Levitation

Air Bonsai 

Air Bonsai is a floating star. How would you like to plant your country's very own bonsai and make a wish on that "little star"? Exclusively at Arum Florist. Arum Florist is the specialist and the largest supplier of bonsai trees in Montreal.

Bonsai de collection 85 ans

Golden Gate (Tiger Bark) Ficus Bonsai 85 years

The gorgeous, elegant Golden Gate Ficus is consistently one of our best sellers for good reason

The swirl of the trunk is complimented by gray bark that’s accented with white stripes, which is why it’s sometimes referred to as the Tiger Bark Ficus.

Our Golden Gate Ficus will light up any room or office with its shiny, bright green foliage and distinctive silhouette.

Specification

Age : Approximately 85 years 
Height : 45 inches (115cm)  
Larger : 33 inches (84 cm)

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Bonsai de collection 65 ans

Collection Bonsai - Bonsai Fukien Tea 65 years

BONSAI DE COLLECTION of about 65 years
A Zen masterpiece with a height of 43 "(1.10m) by 24" (0.64m) wide, exceptionally beautiful and extremely rare for sale.

Fukien Tea is a wonderfully unique tree, native to Fujian Province, on the southeast coast of China.

The Fukien Tea has beautiful small dark green shiny leaves and produces tiny white flowers all year round.

Specification

Age : Approximately 65 years
Height : 43 inches (110 cm)  
Wide : 24 inches (64 cm)

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Bonsai Tree Care

Bonsai care and maintenance

1

Light

The main problem with keeping a tropical indoor Bonsai tree is that the intensity of light indoors is much lower than outside. Trees won’t die immediately when light intensity is too low, but growth will decrease, eventually weakening the plant. Therefore, make sure to place your Bonsai at a bright spot, preferably directly in front of a window facing the south.

Even when you have a window facing the south, chances are that the intensity of light is still too low. Artificial lighting can help, for example by using fluorescent lighting (with radiating growth-friendly spectra) or light-emitting diode lighting about 10 hours a day.

2

Humidity

Another issue with keeping a tropical Bonsai tree indoors is that the tree needs a relatively high humidity, much higher than the indoor conditions of your house (especially when you use heating or air conditioning). You can increase humidity near your Bonsai tree by placing it on a humidity tray filled with water and by misting your tree a few times a day. What also helps is to circulate air from outside, by opening a window during the day.

3

Watering and fertilizing

The most important rule is; never water on a routine. Ignore the label attached to your Bonsai tree which states you need to water every 'x'days. Instead, monitor your tree and only water when needed.

4

Temperature

Tropical tree species need relatively high temperatures throughout the year, similar to the standard room temperature of your living room.

Subtropical Bonsai trees can withstand somewhat lower temperatures, and generally thrive when they enjoy a winter season with temperatures well below that of the standard room temperature.

Address

6751 Beaubien Est, Montréal Québec H1M3B2


Business hours with a specialist

Monday 9:30 - 17:30
Tuesday 9:30 - 17:30
Wednesday 9:30 - 17:30
Thursday 9:30 - 20:00
Friday 9:30 - 20:00
Saturday 9:30 - 17:30

Contact US

Email: arumfleuriste@hotmail.com 
Tel : 1.514.254.8755                  
Tel : 1.877.254.4353