1) What are the types of bonsai trees?

  • .We have various types, shapes, and sizes (including small, medium, and big sizes) of driftwood bonsai trees.
2) Price of bonsai trees?
  •  The price of a bonsai tree depends on the size of the tree. Price ranges from $25 to $1999 plus.
3) Will it survive in the water? 
  • Yes, it is. It is made of driftwood and can last very long in a freshwater tank.
4) Where is your location?
  • We have an office at 2921 W Pendleton Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92704 and an office in Vietnam where we source unique handmade products.
5) How can I pay?
  • We use Paypal, Zelle, Venmo, western union or you can pay through our website.

6) How is shipping?

  • The items are shipped from Vietnam or California. You can get the product within 1 or 2 weeks if the bonsai tree is available. Otherwise, we need to make a tree based on your tank size, and it takes around 3-4 weeks to get the bonsai tree.

7) How can I select the tree?

  • Please let us know your tank dimension ( length, width ,and height) so that we can give you the size of the tree as well as the price.
8) What about your driftwood bonsai trees?
  • Our driftwood pieces are carefully selected from old and crooked trees in tropical forests, so it is very durable even when soaked in water.
We provide unique bonsai trees for freshwater aquariums, handmade by using natural driftwood pieces.
    9) How to handle driftwood?
    • It is very important to treat driftwood to disinfect it before use, you must make sure it is not harmful to your aquarium.
    • You can boil the piece of driftwood for fifteen minutes, rinse and repeat a second time to make sure it has been cleaned and disinfected.
    • Once cool, you can take it out and place it in your aquarium.
    • If we are more careful, we can also soak the driftwood in hydrogen peroxide to minimize the pathogens that may arise during use.
    10) Why use aquatic driftwood?
             More than just decoration or furniture in your aquarium, aquatic driftwood is also used as a shelter for fish or other creatures in the tank.
            The most recommended driftwood for aquariums are those that sink and do not fade. Before placing a piece of driftwood in your aquarium, make sure you prepare it properly, otherwise it could do more harm than good.