This cute pink Cherry Blossom plastic bonsai is reminiscent of the beautiful, world renowned Japanese tree. It comes with a dark brown plastic, low lying vase and artistic renditions of the actual Cherry Blossoms designed to let you sit back and appreciate the beauty of Mother Nature in miniature, without having to maintain the real thing.
- Pastel colored Cherry Blossoms in silk
- Chocolate brown pot with these dimensions: 17.5 by 10 by 15 inches (width, length and height)
- 8 lbs as a total weight upon delivery
- May be bought new or second-hand
- Available for shipment worldwide (please see list of applicable countries)
- Other features include: a option for free shipment within two days as a promo should you opt to get Amazon Premium
It’s all in the details for most customers. It is cute, it is pretty and although it is artificial, most customers appreciate how intricate the details are with the plant; the way the roots imperfectly align themselves, the minuscule marks of the bark and branches, the way some of the blossoms are still closed and the way some of the flowers are not symmetrical all add to the beauty of the product as a whole.
The longest branches reach a length of seventeen inches.
Although some may more be discerning with the real thing, at least seventy percent of those who bought the item are more than satisfied with the product. Most of the clients and their friends cannot even tell it is an imitation at first glance.
Others claim it is “obviously fake” but kept the item nonetheless, because “it looked really nice”. One other customer comments, “just don’t look at it too closely.”
Perhaps the best comment that this product received was from a client who was born in Japan but presently living in the US. He claimed the product itself made him nostalgic of the Cherry Blossom festival when he was still in Japan.
At any rate, others have tried to boost up the appearance by replacing the plastic pot with a ceramic one or at the very most, classical Asian pottery, and replacing the artificial soil with real peat moss. The results may vary but quite a few have remarked it certainly does wonders to the interior design of the room. Some flowers may also be easily detached but this can be easily remedied.
Being plastic, it has at least two advantages: one, the product may display anywhere as far as personal preferences go. From the living room, to the kitchen, in your bedroom or your desk at work or even underwater in the aquarium, the pink and silk-flowered Cherry Blossom bonsai tree can do wonders for your relaxation and decoration.
Two, you don’t have to be a green thumb to enjoy the plant, whether it looks real or not.
Besides that, the product, as a rule, arrives on time and in proper packaging. You may be able to ship it as a gift, in gift wrapping, no less, to more than twenty countries including China, Philippines, Brazil, Venezuela, Denmark, Australia, Bahrain, Kazakhstan, Malta, among others.
Not only that, but you can save more by buying second-hand products to save a few dollars. In addition, you can have a one to two day delivery. Shipping conditions may apply.
At the time of this review, there are only twenty four new items and only eleven used products left.
Things to Be Aware of
Some clients are not too happy with some of its features. Others say it is glaringly artificial and the silk in the product name may be too misleading, since the flowers are without a doubt plastic rather than silk as promised. I guess you simply cannot please anyone.
It’s all down to what you want and what you expect from the item in question. If you are very particular to details and quality, then this product may not be for you.
If you are still interested, please be advised that the stock is in limited supply. Buy now or risk waiting for a time.
The Nearly Natural Bonsai Silk Tree is reasonably priced and is low maintenance. It looks great anywhere. People have been known to mistake it as the real Japanese bonsai. Buy it if you do love the beauty of bonsai but would rather not spend too much time pruning, watering or fertilizing an actual plant.