Silk Bonsai Trees | Fake Bonsai Trees

Decorate your home in a new way that honors the serenity of the bonsai. These small representations of old, wise trees remind us of the wisdom of the natural world and the tedious art of caring for this unique tree, but now without the maintenance! At the same price as living bonsai, these nearly indistinguishable replicas will serve your need for elegance and peace for many years to come. With no chance to perish, wilt or catch disease, these majestic pieces are an investment you can’t regret.

Why Should You Buy Artificial Bonsai Trees?


Despite their small size, fake bonsai trees have a large presence. This means they are small enough to fit into any part of your home and have a huge influence on the atmosphere of that space. Even your outdoor areas can use the addition of bonsai due to UV resistance that means they can endure sunlight without fading. Imagine your patio and garden enhanced with the beauty of and elegance of decorating with bonsai trees.

Small & Mini Bonsai Tree

Mini bonsai trees are very flexible in their ability to improve the atmosphere of your space. A small display goes a long way to enrich your life. With detailed branches, bark and leaves, the mini bonsai are expertly crafted with regard to proportion and aesthetics true to nature. Positioned on your favorite western window sill, you can watch the sun set in the background of your new and beautiful small bonsai friend. Artificial bonsai trees are one of the best and easiest ways to bring light into your home.

Large Bonsai Tree

Decorate in one of the most unique and beautiful ways, with the rarely seen big bonsai trees! Our selection includes trees that stand up to just over four feet high, so your love for bonsai will never go unnoticed. Already nestled in ornate pots, they are ready to be the newest addition to your living room or on either side of your front doorway.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Bonsai Tree?

Bonsai is a Japanese word meaning “planted in a container” or “planted in a shallow tray.” They are a symbol of harmony, patience and simplicity and are specially cultivated to symbolize even more specific qualities. Despite being commonly associated with Japanese history, bonsai actually originated in China around 200 BC and came to Japan 1000 years later. It was officially introduced to the United States in 1876. The oldest known bonsai tree is well over 1000 years old and lives in Italy in the Crespi Bonsai Museum. Size ranges from only a few inches wide and tall to 32 feet wide and 16 ft tall.

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