Ficus Bonsai trees are a great option to developing a bonsai garden.
Even if you only have a small space in which to grow your bonsai
trees they will still provide you with a lot of personal satisfaction.
When choosing a bonsai tree the ficus bonsai trees are an interesting choice. Take the example shown in the image. The bonsai is interesting,
quite hardy and not expensive.
Ficus Bonsai Tree
A plant will always be a plant. Several moms will be in the trend of buying ficus bonsai trees since they are an attractive piece of decor for your home. As you can see – this ficus bonsai tree does not take much space but it is very catchy and also attractive particularly if you will put it in a place where it’s visible for your visitors at home.
Though there tend to be 600+ species for this kind of plant, however, top three most in-demand selection are the following:
1.) Narrow leaf ficus bonsai
2.) Dwarf ficus bonsai
3.) Weeping ficus bonsai
In reality, is it quite not easy to differentiate them all. They look similar and simple vary by the looks of its branches and the size of its leaves. If you are buying a bonsai tree, then I think that selecting among these three is the best selection for you. You know why, since this is common, then I assume that lots of people own it and is familiar with it. You can easily find owners who will provide you tips about how to correctly take care of this kind.
While searching the internet, I discovered simple ideas which you might need to find out regarding growing a bonsai tree. Ficus bonsai trees may last for so many years when it is properly taken care of.
1.) Lightings. All bonsai trees require the light of the sun however I do suggest that you bring it out of your house in the morning. Then bring it inside again around 9am because the sun is getting hotter and it will not be healthy for your bonsai if this will be exposed with too much heat.
2.) Fertilizer. Plants also needs vitamins that’s why you need to put fertilizer on specific days to make it healthy. With good care, your ficus bonsai trees will grow with healthy leaves.
3.) Watering your bonsai trees. You have to water your plant and don’t allow it dried up. It is easy to check once its getting dry since you can see if the soil is wet. Normally, soil is dark brown when it is wet and light brown if dry.
Just a reminder, don’t over water your bonsai trees mainly because it will get waterlogged and probably rot and die.
Learn more about Ficus Bonsai Trees
How to Grow Bonsai Trees : Various Types of Bonsai
See various types of bonsai trees between 25 & 100 years old, in this free video. Expert: Mike Hansen Bio: Mike Hansen, owner of Midwest Bonsai, has been growing, caring, selling, and instructing others in bonsai care for years. Mike is an expert bonsai master.