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This bonsai has been through it she had a massive aphid infestation and lost alllll of her leaves but now she has a ton of new growth! I am glad I didn’t give up on her. I also have noticed that thes…

This is one of my fav favorite plants! I love it’s thicc ass and long areal roots. The care is incredibly easy! Mine loves sun and water when it’s sad or regularly in the summer

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In order to achieve the desired shape for your ficus, remember to prune your leafy friend regularly. Ficus trees tend to grow large leaves so you will have to prune more often than you might have expected. A rule of thumb you can apply is to prune it with a 2:6 or a 4:8 leaves ratio. This means that when your tree reaches 6 leaves or 8 leaves, you should prune back to 2 or 4 leaves respectively. 

Book a 1-to-1 video call with Joe Bagley if you’d like a personal guide to repotting your houseplant. This will include recommending the right branded-compost and pot size, followed by a live video call whilst you transplant the specimen for step-by-step guidance and answer any further questions!

The Ficus bonsai tree is ideal for those just starting to grow bonsai trees. These trees are fairly pest resistant and forgiving when it comes to watering. Fertilize every few weeks depending on the season. These trees respond well to wiring and pruning and are able to withstand many special training techniques. Happy growing!

The tree is bestowed upon with the evergreen tag because of the gift that attains to its continuous growth. These adorable Ginseng Ficus bonsai add elegance and taste to our homes and offices and make the décor exquisite. They are comparatively low-cost, very reasonable and can be gracefully handled. It is a good way to start the practice and learn the art of bonsai cultivation for the beginner or millennial enthusiasts.

Since most Ficus microcarpa ginsengs are cultivated as bonsai or at least in the style of a bonsai, the planter is an important part of the appearance and proper care. As a rule of thumb, the shallower the tray, the more frequently it will need to be watered and the more important it is to choose a high quality, structurally stable substrate that will not slump. And further, the smaller the planter, the weaker the Ficus Ginseng will grow, and the easier it will be to keep as a bonsai.

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