Brussel’s Money Tree Bonsai: Bright and Green

Brussel's Money Tree Bonsai: Bright and Green

If you’re a nature lover and would want to have a piece of it in the comfort of your own home, or if you have a house or living area with an Asian or earthy motif, then one of the best home fixtures to help blend with this motif are bonsai trees. There are several bonsai you could choose from to achieve this purpose.

Bonsai, a Japanese word which literally means, “tree in a pot,” is popular not just in Asia, but in other countries outside the continent as well. One of the best choices you could have is the Brussel’s Money Tree Bonsai.

Imported from South China

It’s always best to gather trees straight from where they naturally grow. In the case of money trees, they naturally grow in the southern part of China.

The trees are trained and reared in such a way that they grow just as small as the bonsai would. Given that it naturally grows in South China, it is sure to be that the trees are raised in the conditions best for its growth.

Made with top-notch quality care

The quality and the overall health of the bonsai, which is heavily dependent on how it’s raised, could be evidenced as to how bright and green the leaves of the money tree are. With the Brussel’s brand, you can be assured that they are made with state-of-the-art facilities, in greenhouses with controlled temperatures that are deemed ideal for the growth of these bonsai.

Bright and green leaves

While other bonsai or full-grown trees for that matter, have darker hues for their leaves, what makes the money tree stand out is its bright healthy-looking green color. This makes it much more compatible with some other interior designs of homes.

Apart from being its natural color, one of the effective indicators that the money tree was raised effectively is its bright and green leaves, which is what the Brussel’s brand takes pride in.

Not difficult to take care of

The great thing about bonsai trees is that they are not difficult to raise, in a sense that it only needs minimal watering with a spray—ideally only every 2-3 days—unlike other plants which require you water them on a daily basis. Also, the soil in which these plants thrive in do not have to be replaced as frequently, given that the ideal time to do this is every 3 to 5 years.

Long life

One of the great things about bonsai is that just like trees which grow to its full size, they live long lives. These trees could survive for as long as 100 years or even more provided that they are placed in optimal growing conditions.

Furthermore, they come at a very low price—and that few dollars’ worth of purchase could last you virtually a lifetime. Also, given that the people over at Brussel’s raise these enchanting little plants with utmost care, you can never be more assured of the long life of the plant.