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copy of Bonsai Ficus Ginseng with Ceramic Vase

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Generality of Bonsai Ficus Ginseng:

The bonsai ficus ginseng is an evergreen tree, which has a fairly continuous development throughout the year. It is a large tree, which in nature develops in the wet semitropical areas of Asia, in the rain forests. Characterized by a well broadened and gnarled stem and wide and shiny leaves.

On-line Sale of Bonsai Ficus Ginseng, available in the following sizes:

  • Ceramic vase: White/Black
  • Height: 35 / 40cm

On-line Sale Of Bonsai Ficus Ginseng, available in the following sizes:

  • Ceramic vase: White/Black
  • Height: 35 / 40cm

Generality of Bonsai Ficus Ginseng:

Bonsai ficus ginseng is a hugely popular species of tree. The reason for their widespread diffusion lies in the fact that they can tolerate low light conditions, an excess of irrigation and a series of errors committed mainly by beginners. Precisely for these reasons it is the recommended tree when you want to approach the world of bonsai. Another feature that makes the ficus ginseng popular is the ability of the shallow roots to develop around the lower branches, an excellent practice for those who are willing to develop the "bonsai on rock" style. Finally, it is known to have a fairly robust trunk, with a color ranging from gray to reddish. The bonsai ficus ginseng is native to Malaysia, Taiwan and other East Asian countries, the plant is an excellent choice for bonsai tree growers. It is known as Taiwan Ficus or Banyan Fig, the bonsai ficus ginseng is characterized by the shape of its strong roots and its small stems, which alternate with dark green leaves that grow along the stem and which are much more oval compared to Ficus Benjamin.

Cultivation and Care of Bonsai Ficus Ginseng:

Ficus ginseng is a tropical tree: some species grow in Florida, where temperatures are very high. In summer it is possible to place the bonsai just outside the window, however it is advisable to put it back in the house as soon as it falls into the sun. During the cold months it is recommended to keep the bonsai in a shallow container. The bonsai ficus ginseng does not require particular attention as regards the watering, just check frequently that the soil is not too dry. To keep it in perfect health, just check that the soil is always slightly damp. The best time to prune the plant is in spring, as soon as the plant starts the new vegetative period. As this tree loves the hot seasons, repotting should take place in late spring, every 3 or 4 years. Every time this particular operation is performed, it is always advisable to perform a root pruning, not cutting more than 1/3 of the root system.

Irrigation
Rarely
Exposure
Sunny
Plant Development
Normal
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