Ficus Microcarpa, also known as Ficus Ginseng, Chinese Banyan Tree, Malayan Banyan Tree, Taiwan Banyan Tree, Long Island, curtain fig etc, it is a tree native to South Asia. Ficus Microcarpa is hardiest tree which does not need direct sun light, frequent watering or feeding that makes it best bonsai for beginners.
Plant Name : Ficus Microcarpa
Pot : Ceramic Pot, 13 cm
Plant Height : 15 cm
Plant Weight : 300 grams
Plant Age : 1-2 years
Ficus Microcarpa Introduction
Ficus Microcarpa is one of the plants exported from China to all over the world, its second in the list of in demand plants after the lucky bamboo. It is ideal for indoor growing, tolerating a wide range of indoor conditions and surviving. It has good tree character with reasonable sized leaves, strong rootage and good twigginess, all making for a believable bonsai. Additionally, the leaves reduce under typical bonsai culture, and the plant forms aerial roots with relative ease.
Ficus Microcarpa (Ficus Ginseng) is the best choice of novice Bonsai lovers, its hardy and care free plant which adapts to wide range of indoor and outdoor weather conditions, it lasts for years and less likely to require repotting frequently in indoor conditions.
Ficus Benjamina (Weeping Fig) from same ficus group was part of NASA Clean Air Study and it was found very effective in improving indoor air quality by removing formaldehyde, xylene and toluene. In Feng Shui Ficus Ginseng is considered as a good luck plant.
We have tested it by placing them at living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, thick shades at Delhi weather conditions for more than couple of years and it thrives. Plant does not require to be fed or watered frequently, watering it twice in a month and a spoon of fertilizer every spring in the indoor conditions will make it more than happy.
Go ahead and buy ficus ginseng bonsai plant online or by visiting our offline store for more exclusive collections, it will tolerate ignoring nature and add exotic beauty to the interiors design, improve air quality, help to fight sick building syndrome and last but not the least, bring the good luck.