Web Results

dengarden.com/gardening/Ginseng-Ficus-Bonsai-the-Perfect...

Ginseng Ficus, also called Ficus microcarpa, Ficus retusa, and banyan fig, is not the medicinal ginseng plant, but a type of fig. You will be pleasantly surprised to find that a Ginseng Ficus bonsai tree is not only great looking but extremely easy to care for. Ginseng Ficus is a low-maintenance ...

www.bonsaiboy.com/catalog/ginsengcare.html

A Ginseng Ficus will have two or more heavy, thick exposed aerial roots that appear to look more like tree trunks than a typical root. A Ginseng Ficus bonsai is also noted for a thick, pot-bellied trunk similar to a Ginseng plant’s root and its grey to reddish bark dotted with small horizontal flecks that look like tiger markings.

www.bonsaiempire.com/tree-species/ficus

The ficus genus belongs to the family of mulberry plants (Moraceae) and is the most popular indoor tree species for beginners at Bonsai. There is differing information about the number of existing ficus species, there may be between 800 and 2000. They live on all continents in the tropical regions ...

www.thejoyofplants.co.uk/ficus-ginseng

Ficus Ginseng. Bonsai with an outdoor aspiration . World traveller and houseplant Ficus Ginseng will brighten your interior with its artful shape and shiny leaves. But when the temperatures rise, it can enjoy a holiday on your patio. Don’t forget to spray it from time to time! Colours and shapes

www.nature-and-garden.com/gardening/ficus-ginseng.html

Native to Asia, Ficus ginseng is grown under our latitudes as an indoor plant, most often as a bonsai. Its small size and thick trunk make it a very decorative plant, ideal for modern designer homes.. The word “ginseng” means root in Chinese, and is attributed to this plant because of the magnificent aerial root.However, its very shiny dark green leaves are equally appealing.

www.ficusginseng.org

Ficus Ginseng Bonsai plants are poisonous for pets![/caption] According to bonsaiempire.com Ficus Ginseng Bonsai plants are (sadly) poisonous for pets, and they can prove to be especially dangerous if the pets eat the leaves. So, there is only one solution: the trees should be placed out of the pets' reach!

www.dallasbonsai.com/care-guides/ginseng-ficus.html

Ginseng Ficus works well as an indoor bonsai, although being a tropical it also appreciates being outside in the summer. Consistency is the most important thing when it comes to temperature – indoors the plant should be kept in conditions between 60-80° F, and protected from drafts to avoid leaf drop.

www.gardenguides.com/how_6515530_care-ginseng-ficus-bonsai...

Ginseng ficus bonsai plants are small plants with a leafy top and a willow-like root system that comes out of the ground. The leaves are green and have various-shaped leaves depending on the species. The leaves can be teardrop-shaped or evergreen needles. The ginseng ficus bonsai tree comes planted in a small ...

www.growabonsaitree.com/species/ginseng-ficus-bonsai

Ginseng Ficus bonsai (Ficus Microcarpa Ginseng) are best known for the immense roots protruding out of the ground which base the tree trunk. The large exposed root system provides a tropical and well-aged look. These trees typically grow small leaves in clusters to provide a weeping effect over the root system.

www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/00234546

The price of this item includes a contribution to a Product recycling fund to ensure that waste electrical and electronic equipment is collected and recycled in a responsible manner.