This is a beautiful Buddhist Pine bonsai. It is in a 4" x 5" x 1" bonsai pot. It's about 8" hight. The plant in picture is what you will get. Buddhist Pine (Podocarpus) also call Chinese Yew. Buddhist Pine bonsai are impressive with their stately elegance. Although trunk and bark formation always takes quite a few years. Buddhist Pine growth varies with climate - slow-growing indoors and towards the cooler end of their range, fast-growing in sunny areas. Their evergreen leaves are similar in formation and shape to yews. As the article in News Blaze put it, Buddhist Pine is the "#1Good-Luck Choice". It's very hard to find.
HARDINESS: Zone 8. In cooler areas bring outdoors when temperatures are reliably warm.
LIGHT: Full sun to partial shade. For bonsai, a sunny area is best except in hot climates where afternoon sunlight may scorch needles.
SOIL: Rich, well-drained. Plant in standard bonsai mix.
WATER: Check daily and water when almost dry. Buddhist Pine needs humidity indoors, so set the bonsai dish on a layer of moist pebbles on a flat humidity tray. Check pebbles for dampness daily and moisten them as needed.
PRUNING: Trim branches before growth begins in spring. Pinch shoots by half when they begin opening to reduce needle size and maintain the shape.