A silk bonsai tree is an effective alternative to a live bonsai tree. Silk bonsai trees are artificial, hand-made artifacts that are made to fit the highest standards. Since they need no wiring, pruning, or other maintenance, silk bonsai trees have now become a popular option to adorn the indoors and outdoors of homes, office settings, restaurants, and other commercial places.
Noted for their versatility and durability, silk bonsai trees are complete with silk screened foliages and trunks made of natural birch, maple, or vine wood. Chinese silk and synthetic materials such as polyester are the raw materials most commonly used for making silk bonsai trees. Materials such as Luna clay, fiberglass, and steel are also used in the creation of the trunks of silk bonsai trees. Silk bonsai trees are generally potted into containers made of terracotta, clay, or plastic, to provide a high quality, realistic look. Sometimes, silk bonsai trees come with attractive display tables, apart from containers. To avoid fabric dye fading, it is best to keep silk bonsai trees in areas with medium light.
Silk bonsai trees are available in every possible styles, shapes, and tree species such as pines, palms, maples, plums, elms, and golden ficus. Silk bonsai trees set over beautiful granite stone are perfect additions to your home decor. If one wants to decorate interiors or outdoors with flowering type bonsai trees, then silk bonsai trees graced with artificial cherry or azalea can be used. To give a gorgeous look to your bookcase, mantelpiece, entertainment center or sideboard, silk bonsai pine trees finely crafted from preserved tree trunks are an ideal option. Likewise, bonsai ficus silk tree plants designed in the bonsai tradition make an excellent gift for special occasions. Wonderfully crafted Chinese elm silk bonsai trees, crabapple silk bonsai trees, and Japanese red maple trees are also popular.
Quality, size, realistic appearance, and naturalness of various parts determine the price of silk bonsai trees. You can buy silk trees from any of the local outlets as well as from online shops.
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