Easily Grow 4 Types of Bonsai Trees – Unique Seed Kit Gift Idea




Grow Buddha Bonsai starter kit contains all the items you would ever need to grow your own Bonsai tree from seeds. Our hand selected and tested seeds will allow you to grow 4 types of the most sought after Bonsai trees yourself. Our Bonsai kit is all you need to enter the wonderful world of Bonsai.


Grow Buddha Bonsai Kit is unique not only because we provide you with 4 type of Bonsai tree seeds in one Bonsai Kit, but we went above and beyond to ensure we have provided everything you would ever need to grow your own Bonsai tree without purchasing anything else.

Unlike our competitors, we provide great quality with our Bonsai Starter Kit. Not only this, we have invested our time and resources to thoroughly test the seeds and attempt to grow them before approving each batch for our customers.


Each of our customers will receive full instruction manual on how to grow your Bonsai trees as a paperback copy within our kits.


Our kits also come with a fully comprehensive Bonsai E-Book which teaches you all you need to know about the world of Bonsai.


1 Premium Bonsai Pot
4 Biodegradable Pots
4 Expandable Soil Discs
4 Types of Bonsai Tree Seeds
5 Plant Tag Signs
1 Pair of Bonsai Tree Clipper
1 Paperback Instruction Manual
1 Comprehensive Bonsai E-Book

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