Friday, May 23, 2014

Preserved Bonsai Trees: Gift Giving, Symbolism, and Art

MBO008d.jpgBonsai trees represent the ancient Japanese culture of peace and beauty. Although these trees are small, they represent immense meanings. Bonsai trees symbolize art, beauty, wisdom, and eternal life.  Made popular by the American classic movie, “The Karate Kid” bonsai trees are used for gift giving or home and office décor. A preserved bonsai tree makes the perfect graduation gift for ambition and success. They might also be used to give to anyone recovering from an illness to add a sense of calmness and endless life without worrying about maintenance.

MOS050DBAAZARLR.1.jpgBonsai’s are a great way to add décor to any room. Each artificial bonsai highlights its own uniqueness through its natural shape and color to make a strong presence. At, you can find dozens of sizes and styles to fit your own preference. Interestingly enough, you might find that there are different types of bonsai like Moss Ball Trees, Kengai Preserved Trees, and Juniper Preserved Trees. Depending on your choice of tree, the height can range from 8 inches to 6 feet. The largest is a Kage Preserved Bonsai Tree which can be used for patio decoration to add shade due to its length and size. Juniper Preserved Trees would be perfect for a housewarming gift because of its small size (8 inches), price, beauty, and meaning of peace and harmony. It is up to you to find out the style that can make an impression but for more information on the types of preserved bonsai trees and decorating tips, learn more here:

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