Our grow your own Chinese Wisteria bonsai tree growing kit is an unusual, unique and complete beginner friendly indoor gardening gift for men, women or children.
This kit allows you to grow your own Chinese Wisteria bonsai tree from the comfort of your own home.
Each kit contains:
- Plant Saucer
- Professional Growing Pellet
- Plant Label
- Growing instructions
- Presentation Box with Colour Illustration
About The Plant
The Chinese Wisteria is a truly stunning looking tree with deep mauve to lilac coloured flowers.
We have been growing strange, unusual and exotic plants for over 40 years.
All seeds are fresh and viable and comes with detailed growing instructions.
Each kit is handmade to order from our premises in North Wales.
All items are posted with Royal Mail Drop & Go Business 2nd class post.
As a general rule the postal service is extremely reliable, however items are sometimes delayed, and at the worst-case scenario do go missing from time to time.
For an item to be considered missing, 15 working days must have passed since the date of shipping.
If your item has not arrived within this timeframe please contact me.
Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 1 hours of purchase
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
If you are not completely satisfied please return your purchase for a full refund
Nov 18, 2019
Fast delivery and well packaged. Hopefully it works! Thanks
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Sep 5, 2019
It was delivered quickly and the instructions were very helpful, even going so far as to explain what scarification of a seed is! It’s been a week since I’ve planted the cracked seeds and, needless to say, I’m pleased with the result. One of the wisteria seeds were ingrown and seemed to have stopped growing though -I don’t think anything could have been done there to really help it. I did get some Green Tea seeds as well but, unfortunately, they didn’t crack in the 7 days specified. I planted them anyways and after a week or so they smelled of rot and one was oozing a sort of white sap. I followed the instructions as closely as I could but I’m not entirely sure what went wrong as they seemed to be the easier of the two to propagate.