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Trees which normally flower as part of their reproduction process will flower when grown as a bonsai.
The flower of the bonsai will reduce in size as the leaves of the tree/bush reduce in size although the size of the flower is not normally proportionate to the size of the reduced tree i.e. the flower seems disproportionately larger.
Flowers are the precursor to seed when the flower is pollinated. Flowers and seeds are sometimes left on the tree but sometimes they are removed. Some trees benefit from the removal of the flowers/seeds to direct most of the trees energy into producing wood and foliage.
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