Other popular indoor Bonsai trees include the Crassula (Jade), the Carmona (Fukien Tea), the Schefflera Arboricola (Hawaiian Umbrella) and the Sageretia (Sweet Plum). Indoor Bonsai trees; aFicus, Carmona and a Chinese elm. 1 Adenium obesum. Desert Rose, Mock Azalea, Impala Lilly. 2 Caragana arborescens. Pea Tree. 3 Carmona microphylla. Fukien Tea Tree, Carmona, Philippine Tea. 4 Crassula ovata. Jade Tree, Money Tree, Elephant Tree. 5 Crassula sarcocaulis. Bonsai Crassula. 6 Ficus americana. 7 Ficusbenghalensis. 8 Ficus benjamina. Within all of these classification systems, there are two large groups of Bonsais – indoor and outdoor.
Many indoor bonsais are suitable for beginners, and they require roughly the same amount of care and maintenance as your average houseplant. The most suitable species to use as indoor bonsais are the tropical or subtropical species, such as ficus species, serissa, sago palms, baby jade and certain subtypes of elms.
Indoor bonsai are bonsai which are cultivated for the indoor environment. Traditionally, bonsai are temperate climate trees grown outdoors in containers. Kept in the artificial environment of a home, these trees weaken and die. But a number of tropical and sub-tropical tree species will survive and grow. The following selection of bonsai trees are “indoor” bonsai trees which will do well indoors or outdoors in temperatures above 50 degrees F. They make a great.