Please name this plant.


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don't know what kind of Bonsai this is.
 

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To me it doesn't look like a bonsai. It looks more like a potted lemon or lime. Just my thoughts though, nothing definite
 
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Does look vary much like a Citrus of some sort but which one?:rolleyes: your have to give it some loving care to find out
 
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I agree with citrus, lemon or lime, leaning toward lime because it looks so much like a lime tree i used to have. If you rub a leaf do your fingers smell like citrus?
 
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To be fair, the only citrus I've ever seen is a key lime, but that looks like a camellia to me. Have you seen it bloom yet?
 
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Definitely not a Bonsai. Looks like Key Lime to me....
Bonsai is a Japanese word that literally translates to "planted in container". It's used to refer to the art of intentionally stunting trees and turning them into living works of art. You can bonsai any plant! I saw a jewelry maker in San Antonio once who grew bonsai sunflowers and roses, and embedded the tiny flowers in resin for necklaces and earrings. I bought a necklace; I'll have to dig it out of my pile of jewelry and post a photo.
 
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