The Ficus Microcarpa Ginseng bonsai plant's perfectly miniaturized form, encapsulates the full beauty and wisdom of a full-sized ficus tree; indeed, despite its tiny size, this tree is in fact already over 15 years old!
Robust and hardy, yet beautiful and intricate, Ficus Ginseng is a little tree with thick trunk, since it is already mature.
Among the easiest bonsai to look after, therefore, the perfect one for beginners.
Ficus Ginseng’s perfectly proportioned miniature form exudes a sense of mystery and serene beauty to any home, great for small spaces and desks.
It grows slowly and will remain small if you trim it carefully; however, If you let it grow naturally outside, it is still able to blossom into a fully grown tree!
The perfect plant to bring serenity, style, and intrigue to a small space.
Looks different from every angle and provide a striking centrepiece in any space.
Cultivated for years to grow its unique thick curved aerial roots and achieve the bonsai’s perfect miniature scale.
Part of the mulberry family with strong sculptural roots and leafy branches.
Known as Ficus Microcarpa or Indian Laurel and the word ‘Ginseng’ related to its shape, meaning “roots” in Chinese.
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Ficus Ginseng Bonsai Care Guide
Prefers bright, indirect light but can tolerate shade
Needs water when soil starts to dry; also likes a bit of moisture
Likes warmth so don't let it get below 16 degrees for long, and please keep me away from draughts.
Little fertiliser a couple of times over the growing season
Keep away from nibble children and pets
Trim to maintain its quirky shape
Ficus Ginseng Bonsai General Information
Native to South Asia, specifically to India and Malaysia.
In the wild, it can grow into a fully grown tree; in the house, it can be kept small or grown tall