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Can Bonsai Cherry Blossom trees be grown indoors?

Posted by Bonsai Care on Jan 18, 2009

Hi,

I am looking to acquire a Bonsai Cherry blossom tree (although they seem hard to find). Are they considered indoor bonsais? I would be growing it indoors.

Thanks,

Shelly

You are probably thinking of the Yoshino cherry trees that are popular in Japan and are planted around the Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC. If so, they are outdoor trees. There are indoor cherries such as Brush cherry, Surinam cherry, etc. They have blooms more often, but not as spectacular as the Yoshinos. You may want to read the Bonsai Care page on my site:

http://www.american-bonsai.com

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bad bob:

yes but you will have to take windows out
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January 18th, 2009 | 8:06 pm
octogen:

Hi!! yes they can but make sure that you get the correct advice before you do so. Mostly all do quite well but the flowering ones can sometimes be tricky.

I had a friend who used to grow them and they take years to mature and need a lot of nursing along the way.
Hope this helps.
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January 18th, 2009 | 8:32 pm
Bill Choat:

You are probably thinking of the Yoshino cherry trees that are popular in Japan and are planted around the Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC. If so, they are outdoor trees. There are indoor cherries such as Brush cherry, Surinam cherry, etc. They have blooms more often, but not as spectacular as the Yoshinos. You may want to read the Bonsai Care page on my site:
http://www.american-bonsai.com
References :

January 18th, 2009 | 9:10 pm
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