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I'm interested in this as well. They are labeled indoor and outdoor so I'm hoping inside living is possible

edit: after reading a bit on the product page it goes into great detail about how to care for them:

"Suited to bright, humid, equatorial climates, tropical bonsai prefer common room temperatures, between 65 and 75 degrees F, 3 to 4 hours of direct sunlight, and humidity levels of about 75%. If your home tends to be dry, a cool mist humidifier or ceramic bonsai humidity tray can help mimic the moist, tropical climate ideal for growing indoor bonsai.

Indoor bonsai are tropical plants adaptable to indoor conditions. Select a spot with good air circulation, but avoid cold drafts, drying heat vents, and appliances with heat exhausts. They prefer sunny areas near windows facing southeast or west. Choose a location that receives morning sun and afternoon shade. Though they grow well indoors year-round, tropical bonsai flourish outdoors on a patio or deck that receives indirect sunlight. They can withstand outdoor summer temperatures up to 100 degrees F, as well as dryer, desert climates as long as they are watered adequately. Bring bonsai indoors when night temperatures fall below 55 degrees F. Do not allow tropical bonsai to freeze."
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Keeping Bonsai is like having pets, too much time and love.
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prices are between 25% and 46% off
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Will the indoor ones survive in an office under flourescent lighting?
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Keeping Bonsai is like having pets, too much time and love.
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Will the indoor ones survive in an office under flourescent lighting?
I'm interested in this as well. They are labeled indoor and outdoor so I'm hoping inside living is possible

edit: after reading a bit on the product page it goes into great detail about how to care for them:

"Suited to bright, humid, equatorial climates, tropical bonsai prefer common room temperatures, between 65 and 75 degrees F, 3 to 4 hours of direct sunlight, and humidity levels of about 75%. If your home tends to be dry, a cool mist humidifier or ceramic bonsai humidity tray can help mimic the moist, tropical climate ideal for growing indoor bonsai.

Indoor bonsai are tropical plants adaptable to indoor conditions. Select a spot with good air circulation, but avoid cold drafts, drying heat vents, and appliances with heat exhausts. They prefer sunny areas near windows facing southeast or west. Choose a location that receives morning sun and afternoon shade. Though they grow well indoors year-round, tropical bonsai flourish outdoors on a patio or deck that receives indirect sunlight. They can withstand outdoor summer temperatures up to 100 degrees F, as well as dryer, desert climates as long as they are watered adequately. Bring bonsai indoors when night temperatures fall below 55 degrees F. Do not allow tropical bonsai to freeze."
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Keeping Bonsai is like having pets, too much time and love.
"Too much" is relative.
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Is the kit the way to go?
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I actually just got a ficus bonsai at my local Walmart this weekend for $15 too... just fyi
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Daniel Son, don't let the ocean damage Bonzai!!
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Lmao that's not bonsai tho
Yes it is, it's just not the outdoor type you're used to seeing.
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Coworker had one in the office and quickly died...
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