Japanese Black Pine (Pinus thunbergii) Seedlings for Sale! 


Typical seedling.

Typical seedling.

  • Germinated March 2013
  • Seed from a reputable source in Japan. Highly inbred  (to promote uniform traits) but as with all seed, some unpredictable variation is inevitable.
  • Average height about 6 inches / 15 cm
  • Super healthy!
  • Will ship bareroot
  • Secure payment by PayPal only

Price includes free shipping within Canada! Seedlings are shipped on Mondays to ensure they arrive before the end of the week. The shipping method is Canada Post Priority + Signature Confirmation.

Shipping outside of Canada is not possible.

Stock is quite limited. Please contact me about larger orders. (LakeshoreBonsai[at]

With holiday disruptions to Canada Post over the next two weeks, please note that seedlings ordered before the New Year will be reserved but will not ship until Monday January 6th 2014.

Ten (10) Japanese Black Pine Bare Root Seedlings, $35.00 CAD, shipping included. 

4 Responses

  1. Pingback: Japanese Black Pine Seedlings Available | Lakeshore Bonsai: Bonsai in Toronto, Canada

  2. Gord

    Hi LS Bonsai

    I am interested in getting 10 Japanese pine seedlings.

    how will you ship to prevent reduce freezing?


    Gord c
    Newmarket, ON

    December 12, 2013 at 8:40 pm

    • LSBonsai

      Hi Gord,

      I can’t guarantee they won’t freeze but even if they do it shouldn’t be an issue. JBP can handle a good freeze no problem. I feel most comfortable shipping when they are fully dormant hence why they were just put up for sale now. They will be in bare root in moist paper towels in bubble wrap envelopes. Shipping perishable goods is always a risk but they will probably be sitting on a warehouse shelf most of the time. I will request signature on delivery.

      If you want to wait until it warms up a bit (crazy cold right now) you can order in a few weeks but I might not have any left, already about a quarter of them are sold.

      Thanks for your interest!

      December 12, 2013 at 9:02 pm

  3. Hello I am interested in some of your black pine perhaps seed? I raise them as well I have many clones of a 50 year old Pinus thunderii owned by Gerald Rainville. Id like to get some seeds. I also have hundreds (literally) of Sequoia gigantieum bare root for sale if you are interested or know any one. Love your site have been a visitor here for some time. From the 5-1-9 area myself but out here on the Sunshine Coast now!

    Happy New Year!

    January 1, 2014 at 1:45 am

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