Anyone growing this plant as bonsai has Bahama Berry bragging rights!
Have you read how the Bahama Berry was discovered as a bonsai subject
Bahama Berry page?
As with many bonsai, you never know when a very special plant will be identified as a good subject.
Because this plant is somewhat unique, if you haven't read about the care, leave Bahama Berry bragging and go to the Nashia care page.
With a frequently used common name like "I Dry, I Die", it seemed seemed care instructions were appropriate.
Now it's time for you to tell us about your Bahama Berry, (Nashia inaguensis) bonsai tree.
Go to the very bottom of this page to see the Bahama Berry bragging submissions.
Do you have a beautiful Bahama Berry bonsai? Want to brag? Share your photo and what you like about it with us! (Or maybe what you don't like?)
Most bonsai have a story, what is yours?
Where did it come from? How was it started? How long have you had it? Is it difficult to care for? What's your favorite thing about it? Please give us the dimensions and tell about the container too!
There's plenty of room. make this your page!
Click on the links below to see some more Bahama Berry brags. They were submitted by other visitors to this page ... you're welcome to comment.
...a Bahama Berry. I have not named it yet, and I am still reading on its care, feeding, etc. (Sorry no photo) I chose it before knowing its name, …
Water this one a plenty Not rated yet
I bought two of these small plants about a year ago. Trunks were only about 1/2" thick, but I started trimming it often and it really developed nice small …
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