Bonsai of Kenkō
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Bonsai of Kenkō
Bonsai of Kenkō
The Bonsaist - Bonsai of Kenko Leaves
The Bonsaist - Bonsai of Kenko Front View
The Bonsaist - Bonsai of Kenko Pot
The Bonsaist - Bonsai of Kenko Stem
Bonsai of Kenkō

Bonsai of Kenkō


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Japanese pot and tray included

Including (Free) Bonsai Care Guide

Safe and secure packaging

The Bonsai of Kenkō represents health, life & balance. Good health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind, and spirit. This bonsai has been aging for about 25 to 30 years. The tree has a unique, mighty bark with its roots above the ground. It reminds us of how fragile life can be. A living reminder to make the most out of every day.

Species: Ficus Retusa
Age: ≈ 25-30 years old
Height: ≈ 70cm
Pot: 43cm

The ficus is an indoor tree that thrives especially in the summer. In order for the tree to flourish, two main things are of importance: sunlight and watering.

In terms of sunlight, it is important that the ficus gets as much sunlight as possible, so for instance near a window would be a good spot to place the bonsai.

Preferably you do not want to water your bonsai on a fixed basis. Instead, check just by hand if the soil feels slightly dry. If this is the case you can water the bonsai generously.

* Trees pictured are subject to natural changes depending on different breeding batches. 

Your bonsai will be taken from the greenhouse the same day it is delivered.

After you place an order, your order will be shipped within 3 business days.

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€4,95 Shipping fee on orders under €50,-

We love our customers and care about your satisfaction. We take our quality very seriously, if you’re unsatisfied in any way, please contact us at, and our amazing customer care team will help you as soon as possible.


"Top service and beautiful trees!"

Leslie de kroon

July 1, 2022

I have ordered two bonsai trees, one for myself and the other at another address to give as a gift. I just received my own bonsai and it looks fantastic! Highly recommended! Thanks guys! 👌

"Good fast delivery"

Sergio Leifeld

June 20, 2022

Good fast delivery, well packaged. It is important that the tree does not dry out during transport. This is super! A manual focused on the type of "bonsai" would have been nice.

"Top company with fantastic service"

Christian Brinks

May 24, 2022

Besides that the tree looks awfully good, the service is also fantastic. After the first package was lost in the mail, they immediately switched and provided a solution. 10/10!


Kenkō - "Health."

About this Bonsai

This unique medium-sized bonsai is the Ficus Retusa. The tree is 25 to 30 years old and has its origin in China. The tree is about 70 cm high and can become larger if it is properly cared for. The shape of the pot in which this Bonsai is delivered is oval and has a diameter of about 43 centimeters.

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Traditional Pottery

This Bonsai comes in a unique pot with a matching plate made of ceramic material. This pot is designed to drain excess water through the drainage holes on the bottom. The tree and pot together form the 'Bon-sai', which comes from Japanese and means tree in pot.

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Secure Packaging

After testing different ways to pack and ship our trees in the best possible way without damaging them, we developed special packaging to ensure that your bonsai arrives in the best possible condition. We guarantee that your bonsai tree will arrive in a beautiful, healthy condition.

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The Story of Kenkō

“An island with more than 400 people over the age of 100 years old. This is what I heard about Okinawa, a Japanese isaland in the East China Sea. It is the main island of the Ryukyu Islands. I had to travel here. I experienced amazing cuisine, cherry blossoms and star-gazing. People on Okinawa are one of the healthiest populations in the world. Apart from eating mostly rice, fish and vegetables, I also realised the people on this island only eat till they are 80% full. They call this principle hara hachi bu.”

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