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Green things come to those who wait. Create a living miniature forest with this grow kit that includes everything needed to get started in the world of bonsai gardening. Kit arrives in a recycled US steel growing box packed with tree seeds, growing medium, bonsai scissors and more to help you craft a perfect piece of living art
  • bonsai kit comes with recycled U.S. stainless-steel box, growing pots and medium, tree and moss seed, scissors and growing directions
  • choose between Japanese black pine: with rugged bark and strong roots; or Japanese black elm: with long delicate branches and small, serrated leaves that turn colors in autumn
  • bonsai kit measures 7.25 x 4.5

Item #30111209

bonsai growing kit

$35.00
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This is a joke January 09, 2014
"This not a real plant it is seeds dirt and a metal pot plus " instructions". When I received mine they forgot one thing in the kit ( the seeds) On the positive side Red Envelope has great customer service and immediately shipped me the other Bonsai they offer (this one is an actual tree) and I am well pleased with it."
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By Merchandising, March 03, 2014
Thank you for posting a review of this product. We apologize for the frustration you experienced, as this should not have occurred. We stand behind the quality of all of our products and would like the opportunity to make this right for you. We are so pleased that our customer service team was able to correct this issue as this shipping error should not have resulted in missed seed packets.