Top 11 Best Indoor Bonsai Trees
Money Tree:Popular for its associations with luck and wealth, you can craft a common money tree into a bonsai tree.
Rosemary:The woody branches and fast-growth habit of most rosemary plants make it a great specimen for this endeavor.
Schefflera :The branches of this common house plants are too soft to be wired or manipulated, but thoughtful and consistent pruning may help you shape it the way you want.
Ficus Ginseng: the Ficus ginseng makes an eye-catching choice for an indoor-grown bonsai tree. In fact, it is one of the most commonly grown indoor bonsai trees out there.
Snow Rose:this bonsai tree needs an experienced cultivator to help it reach its best size! Popular for its narrow trunks and flowering foliage, the snow rose bonsai tree hates being moved.
Fukien Tea:Fukien tea bonsai trees prefer indoor temperatures over 70°F. With consistent pruning, your Fukien tea bonsai tree will produce thick branches and dense foliage.
Boxwood:Typically grown as a hardy and resilient shrub outdoors, boxwood plants make fantastic bonsai specimens.
Chinese Elm:This is another common bonsai tree and a great option for those of you who can’t decide whether or not you want to keep your bonsai indoors or out.
Dwarf Jade: dwarf jade plants thrive in full sunlight, even indoors. You may be able to grow this particular bonsai tree outside, but cold temperatures will kill it.
Ficus Microcarpa: then the Ficus microcarpa is even more popular. This is the number one bonsai species for beginners as well as those seeking an indoor option. I
Sweet Plum:the sweet plum makes a wonderful bonsai specimen when grown indoors. It requires temperatures ranging anywhere from 55 to 75°F, though full sun is not necessary.