Ficus Bonsai - XL-Office Tall Plant
Ficus Bonsai - XL-Office Tall Plant - 100-150 / D33XH55XLD25 is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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Ficus Bonsai tree XL is of high ornamental values.:
- Ficus Bonsai tree XL (Ficus Ginseng) is an evergreen ornamental tree, which is treasured with strong trunk and very dense foliage. They are distinct by their appearance, as these trees have a dark green oval-shaped foliage. Their roots resemble similarity with that of ginger trees. And bark is of reddish colour. And they could be easily grown with small amounts of water.
Requires low maintenance, easy to care Ficus Bonsai tree XL.:
- With its native to Southeast Asian regions or Malaysia and Taiwan, these are evergreen hardy trees that require effort to thrive. Ficus Bonsai tree XL (Ficus Ginseng) generally performs well when kept near a window, where you could ensure at least 3 to 5 hours outdoor or indoor Sunlight, which is considered necessary for their healthy growth. Water once or twice per week. There must be frequent watering during the growing season (April – May). Use well-drained soil rich and fertile with organic content. Ideal temperature is considered to be in a range of 15 – 27 degree Celsius. And in terms of feeding, use Organic fertilizer and feed them especially during the growing season (April – May).
It’s not Pet-friendly plant.
- Ficus contains some type of chemical compound, that when ingested in any way, could cause irritation of the mouth, vomiting and excessive drooling, hence they are not friendly enough to be grown around pets and children.
Prompt Plant Delivery.
- Plants World is an exclusive plant shop among Dubai garden centres, that will get your plant delivery to your door steps with free plastic Pot for plants. Ficus Bonsai trees XL (Ficus Ginseng) could also be presented as eco-friendly gifts or green giftings to any enthusiastic green thumb individuals.