Best Jade Bonsai Trees

What are the best Jade bonsai tree? One type of bonsai tree that doesn’t get the love it should are succulent bonsai trees. 

At the top of the pyramid, then, for succulents has to be the Jade bonsai. 

These indoor trees are super easy to care for, needing minimal water compared to other bonsai. 

My recommendation for a Jade bonsai tree then has to be Bonsai Boys Jade bonsai tree, which you can grab here (the link takes you to the Bonsai Boys website). 

best jade bonsai trees

Why I recommend this tree

Now rather than just recommending you a tree and not giving you any reasons why, I wanted to go into more detail on why I suggested this tree: 


First up, this tree is five years old. 

Now while this is not all that old in the grand scheme of things, to get a baby jade bonsai to look this good in as little as 5 years is incredible. 

The age of the tee also means you will have plenty of time to adjust and grow this tree into whatever designs you want to opt for. 


Now this bonsai is only 9 inches tall. 

This is fantastic as it is the perfect size for a small indoor bonsai tree. 

This tree works particularly well in indoor offices, adding a pop of color to an otherwise dreary space. 

The retailer

Another reason I recommend this Jade Bonsai is because it comes directly from the Bonsai Boys website. 

Unlike many other online Bonsai nurseries, bonsai boy has been a trusted retailer of Bonsai trees for decades, and the family business approach means that the utmost care is given to each of their Bonsai trees. 

The design

Finally,  the reason I think this is the best jade bonsai tree is because of it’s unique  design. 

It is a cross between the upright formal and broom style, making it like a real miniature tree. 

What to look out for when buying a Jade Bonsai

So regardless of purchasing my recommendation for a Jade bonsai or not, I’ve made many mistakes throughout my bonsai lobbying career. 

As such, it’s essential that any Jade bonsai you do decide to opt for: 

  • Easy to care for – You want to ensure that regardless of any bonsai tree you buy, it needs to be easy to care for. It is only possible to invest money in a bonsai tree if it’s simple enough for you to work, making it much easier to forget about your tree.
  • From a professional retailer – It can be very tempting to buy a bonsai tree from a cheap store; however, using reputable retailers will ensure peace of mind, not worrying about the tree dying right after you purchase it. 
  • Not the cheapest option – Similar to the above, you might be tempted to purchase the cheapest bonsai. While this will be your choice, depending on your available budget, consider investing slightly more as, in my experience, premium bonsai will typically be much longer lasting and better quality than cheaper bonsai. 
  • Money-back guarantee – Ensure that whatever bonsai you purchase has a money-back guarantee to give you peace of mind. 

Fehed Nicass

Fehed Nicass has been passionate about all things bonsai and botany focused for the past 3 years. What started out as a hobby has developed as a passion and he is now on a mission to teach and learn.

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