A Ficus Ginseng, also known as Ficus Microcarpa, has boldly branched carrots with solid, oval and shiny leaves. The robust bonsai gives you a relaxed feeling and looks different from every angle. Give him the attention he deserves .
Originally, the Ficus Ginseng comes from Asia and really feels at home. Still, the roots of the plant are grown in China and Malaysia, where they grow for fifteen years. Then they are imported by breeders and cultivated as bonsai. By the time the Ficus Ginseng is in your living room or office, you have a lot of life already.
In good care, Ficus microcarpa Ginseng years are durable.
Place this room plant in a sunny place. Possibly in summer on half shadow.
The plant asks for a moderate amount of water, summertime more than in winter.
Never allow water to stand in the bowl or dish, because the plant does not like wet feet.
Regularly feed. The Ficus can also go outside in summer, preferably in the shadow.
In the living room can also, but then you need to keep the flap light moist.
Like a bonsai, this plant is further shaped.
Frogs who can fend off the shape of the Ficus can be cut without problems so that the decorative wood stays well visible.
A Ficus Ginseng may not be missing your collection of pot plants.