Saturday, June 1, 2013

If I plant seeds from a Bonsai Orange Tree, will those seeds germinate into another Bonsai plant?



Question by 2007_Shelby_GT500: If I plant seeds from a Bonsai Orange Tree, will those seeds germinate into another Bonsai plant?
I got this neat little Bonsai orange tree for Christmas. It already had fruit on it (the fruit are about the size of a Ping Pong ball). I just ate a few of the oranges that were ripe, and they had numerous seeds in them. I was wondering:
- If I plant those seeds, is it likely that they will even germinate?
- If they do germinate, will they grow into another Bonsai size plant, or will they potentially grow into a full size orange tree?

Thanks!

Best answer:

Answer by Tigger
The seeds might or might not germinate. As for Bonsai, that is a specific way of training the way a tree grows, not a breed of plant.

I’ve seen some neat little bonsai trees too. Perhaps you can find someone who can teach you how to do it for yourself.

Good luck!

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