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Ficus Ginseng Bonsai plants are poisonous for pets, it can be especially dangerous if they eat the leaves. The trees should be placed out of the pets' reach. If you need help identifying your tree, try our Bonsai tree identification guide. Specific Bonsai care guidelines for the Ficus Bonsai

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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. The Ginseng Ficus is ideal for first timers or new comers to the world of bonsai growing.

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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 ...

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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 ...

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General Information. Ficus sp. is a genus of fig trees comprised of hundreds of species. This popular little tree is native to Asia, Africa, and other tropical regions around the world. Ginseng Grafted Ficus is commonly referred to as Ficus microcarpa 'Ginseng', although this causes some confusion in the bonsai world, as Ficus Ginseng is also used as the name of a non-grafted version of Fi...

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The Ficus family of trees is an extensive one, with over 800 varieties grown worldwide. Our bonsai ficus have been selected for outstanding indoor performance, year round attractiveness and an undemanding nature. Choose from Golden Gate Ficus or Ginseng Grafted Ficus; different profiles, same care – easy, breezy.

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If you are interested in the bonsai hobby, I would strongly recommend starting with this tree. Although the ginseng ficus bonsai can be brought outdoors for some fresh air from time to time, it is not necessary. The ginseng ficus should be kept indoors all year round where it gets indirect sunlight. If you set your bonsai in direct sunlight ...

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Ficus are one of the best varieties of Bonsai trees for indoors. They're very easy to take care of and need little attention. Ficus "Ginseng" varieties have fat trunks, with substantial exposed roots, giving the tree a very exotic and tropical feel.

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Misting now and then achieves nothing. Ficus plants don't need to have elevated humidity anyway. Since you are apparently new to bonsai, I advise you spend a couple of afternoons watching the bonsai instructionals on YouTube. Bonsai is a great hobby to get in to, but you do need to know what you're doing if you're going to get anything out of it.

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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.