Ulmus Bonsai Trees & Plants

King of Good Looking Bonsai Tree

Ulmus Bonsai is a semi indoor bonsai plant that grows well in your balcony or near window.

You can keep this inside the house as well.

Very Woody. BEAUTIFUL Curves. Long Lasting Bonsai.

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Native to East Asia, the Ulmus Bonsai popularly known as the Chinese Elm Bonsai Tree is one of the favorite plants for bonsai lovers. And it is quite famous among beginners. These pretty semi-indoor evergreen trees are very tolerant, fast-growers, and easy to care for. These beautiful S-shaped plants with twiggy branches look amazing on balconies or windowsills. Check out our imported selection of Chinese Elms right now and pick a lovely bonsai for your home. 

What do you need to know about the Chinese Elm Bonsai Tree? 

Want to learn some facts and amazing benefits about the Ulmus Bonsai plant? Here we go!

An excellent option for beginners

Being a semi-indoor bonsai plant, you can keep this plant anywhere you want to, be it your balcony, window, or garden. It’s a home decor specialist that looks wonderful everywhere and can adjust in both indoor-outdoor atmospheres. 

Symbol of harmony and intelligence

This lovely and generous bonsai symbolizes peace, intelligence, and balance. It brings harmony and fortune to the home where it has been kept. 

Unique gift for dear ones

This woody bonsai has a curved trunk with dark gray to reddish-brown bark and lush green leaves that make it look unique and a perfect personalized gift for your loved ones. 

Easy to care for

Ulmus bonsai doesn’t need thorough care and is easy to maintain, making it the most picked bonsai plant among beginners. 

How to care for your Chinese Elm Bonsai tree?

Though this plant is very kind and forgives all your mistakes, here are some essential things you need to do while growing a Chinese Elm Bonsai.

  • Lighting: Direct morning low-intensity sunlight is preferable. Like every bonsai, it needs a lot of light so when keeping indoors, make sure that it gets proper sunlight. 
  • Watering:  in summers, keep the soil slightly moist all the time. Let the top half of the soil dry out before watering. In winters, your plant needs less water so water it less often.  
  • Fertilizing: Feed your Chinese Elm bonsai once every two weeks in spring and fall, during the growing period. Use any organic fertilizer to feed. 
  • Pruning: Pruning means removing small branches, buds, and new shoots which is necessary to maintain the right shape of the bonsai and to promote new growth. 

 

FAQs about Chinese Elm Bonsai Tree

  • Can Chinese Elm Bonsai be kept indoors?

Yes! Although they thrive better outdoors, you can keep it indoors at a place where it gets proper sunlight.

  • How big do big Chinese Elm bonsai grow?

It can grow up to 65 feet tall in its natural habitat.

  • Do Chinese Elm bonsai lose leaves in winter?

Yes, it is completely normal for Chinese Elm to drop leaves in winter as the temperature drops and it doesn’t receive adequate sunlight.