Ficus Bonsai Plant is one of the most loved bonsai tree in India for many reasons. Ficus Plant is a variety of “Fig” or most popularly known as Banyan Tree in India. You may have heard about the banyan tree as sacred plant. This variety of ficus plant is called Ginseng. It is created by grafting two plants into one and making a unique bonsai plant with fat trunks and green branches.
Ficus Bonsai Plant for Beginners
It is an excellent tree for beginners, as most species of Ficus Plant are fast growers, tolerant of most any soil and light conditions, make fine indoor bonsai, and perhaps most importantly, are remarkably forgiving of those just learning ficus bonsai watering techniques. Your Ficus Bonsai Plant thrives while windowsills stay dry and debris-free. A tray can also be used outdoors to improve conditions in dry or windy sites.
Air-Purifier Ficus Bonsai Plant
By absorbing harmful gases like Xylene, Toulene and Formaldehide, the bonsai plants work as great stressbusters and air purifiers. (A study of interior landscape plants for indoor air pollution abatement: an interim report. NASA July, 1989.)
Watering & Caring Instruction of Ficus Bonsai
Watering is very important in the bonsai plant. The thumb rule for watering a plant is “ Water it fully until the water starts coming from the hole below the pot. And next time when you water it, make sure the soil is less moist.” A detailed caring instruction will be shared with the ficus plant.
Why should you buy Ficus Bonsai Plant?
- Ficus Plant is Perfect Option for Home Decor/Office/Corporate Gifting
- Easy to Grow in Living Room and Low Maintenance Bonsai Plant
- Indoor and Outdoor Both – You can grow in balcony as well as living room
- Air-purifying property of the plant is really awesome.
Ficus Indoor Bonsai Tree Care – Feeding
Our bonsai trees are pre-fed with appropriate amount of nutrients to stay healthy for first 4-6 months. After that, you can use appropriate fertilizers to keep them healthy and growing. You must follow the specific caring instruction of the bonsai tree to keep it healthy.
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