Japanese Satsuki Azalea 'Dimity Red' 1 Gallon Bonsai Tree

House of Bonsai
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Species Name: Rhododendron indicum 'Dimity Red'
Common Name: Japanese Satsuki Azalea 'Dimity Red'
Estimated Age: About 4 - 5 Years
Average Height: About 8 - 9 Inches
Average Trunk Size:
About 1/4 - 1/2 Inch
Pot Size: 1 Gallon

Care Difficulty: Not So Easy

USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: USDA Zone 5-9 [Click here to check what zone you're in!]
Light Exposure: Half Shade (Preferred) to Mostly Sun (Partial Shade is Okay During Afternoon)
Type: Evergreen and Flowering
Growth Speed: Slow
Growth Pattern: Upright and Compact
Special Attribute: Dwarf - Naturally stays more on the small size overall


The Japanese Satsuki is easily one of the most popular of flowering bonsai choices: featuring an excellent low, twiggy habit with lovely funnel shaped unscented flowers in primarily white, pink, red and purple shades. The Satsuki is identified by two blossoms on the end of the branch shoots plus they also have slightly hairy leaves budding out freely from even fairly old bark wood. Most of them have compact branches and are slow growing. They usually have bright to medium green shiny oval shaped leaves with a soft pointed end. Even though they tolerate colder climates better, they are sensitive to high heat temperatures and require some shade to protect it from leaf burn and petal burn from the sun. Great to take care of indoors!

'Dimity Red' has a single layer, rounded star shaped flowers with dark pink color to them. They even have matching dark pink stamens in the middle. They pop out in one or two flower bursts all over the tree when it blooms. If it's kept healthy in a warmer climate, it has the potential to flower again during the early fall! Two flowering in one year?!?! YES, PLEASE!

In general, they enjoy more acidic soil (such as Kanuma at around pH level 5.5 to 6) with good drainage to let its fine feeder roots breathe. Azaleas don't enjoy being soaked all of the time. An infrequent deep soaking is more effective than superficial sprinkling everyday. Please water them thoroughly from top to bottom to fully saturate the soil to help keep the soil moist but not soggy. They don't enjoy dry soil nor lime. It becomes especially important in hard-water areas to water them with rainwater or filtered water only to avoid lime deposits building up in the soil.

As needed, a fungicidal spray in the spring time as the buds show color will control “petal blight”, a fungal disease that appears as discolored dots on the petals and quickly discolors and collapses the blossoms. To avoid cutting off next year’s flower buds, do major pruning of Azaleas soon after they bloom. Shortening or removal of long slender stems with no side shoots and cutting out dead wood may be done at any time.

Depending on the individual tree, the Azaleas may have either a single trunk or multi trunk look to them. It's a 1 gallon tree size.


Price: Product $27.00 + USPS Priority Mail 1 Gallon Pot Bonsai Tree Shipping & Handling $18.95 = $45.95 Total


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Please understand that the actual bonsai tree that you receive may be different than the example images provided. This is due to a wide range of factors such as: time of year, seasonal variations, differences in trimming & styling on individuals, natural changes during growth over time, etc. Our staff members ARE NOT ABLE to always provide recent photos of any bonsai & pre-bonsai trees for you to pick from due to our limited staff size; even when a written and/or phone request is submitted. House of Bonsai is a high production-oriented bonsai specialty nursery with a limited number of staff. We do not have the means to constantly pull ourselves away from production to take more photos of our ever-changing bonsai trees. This policy ensures that we are able to maintain a huge selection of different species, shapes, and sizes at reasonable prices for the public. 


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Depending on your zip code and distance from our 5.3 acre bonsai nursery store in Lakewood, CA 90713 (within Southern California), there may be an additional shipping & handling cost charge that we need to collect from you for us to finish the fulfillment if you live in “very far away from our store areas” such as: near the New England region, Hawai’i, Alaska, Puerto Rico, the US Territories, etc. Please understand that we have no control over the shipping rates since that is determined by the common carrier (such as USPS, FedEx, UPS, etc) at the time we create the insured shipping label. Shipping rates can vary at any time throughout the year due to a wide variety of factors such as changes in fuel prices, weather challenges during transit, logistics industry labor shortage issues, etc.

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House of Bonsai reserves the right to delay on shipping any live plant order by several days to a few weeks; in order to attempt to decrease the high risk of major shipping related stress that may shock the plants during extreme weather conditions (too hot or cold). If we are purposely delaying your order because of this, we will notify you via email. Before you submit an order, please be mindful of your local weather and time of year. If there is major damage (ex: plant is dead or many branches are broken), please contact your third party shipping carrier (ex: USPS, FedEx, UPS) to submit an insurance claim with them as we are not able to assist with that matter. The fault is with the third party shipping carrier for such damage since it happened out of our hands. We are not responsible for any damages after the order leaves our facility since they were out of our control. If the bonsai tree is still alive but weakened due to shock (leaves are yellow-brownish or leaves have fallen off) then we are happy to assist in proving post-delivery plant shock care instructions via email to revive the plant. Please notify us by email of the issue within 48 hours upon receiving the order in hand. Please email us at houseofbonsai@gmail.com with your Order # and the keywords "Shock After Delivery" in the title so we can assist ASAP. For further details, please read our full "Shipping, Return & Cancellation Policy" under Our Policies in our top menu.