Ficus microcarpa 'Compacta'

SKU: MYBG-FOLI-FICU-MICC
filler
Rs.620
4" Pot: Ceramic

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Water Requirement

Ficus

Genus

Non Fragrant

Fragrance

Summer

Flowering Season

Large

Size

Low

Maintenance

Yes

With Pots

Indoor Filtered Light,Outdoor Shade

Sunlight Requirement

Balcony,Living Room,Low Maintenance

Use

Product Description

Ficus microcarpa Compacta have thick shiny evergreen leaves which generously cloth the long branches. The dense rounded canopy and gracefully drooping branches make it ideal for bonsai.

"Bonsai Stem"

Family

Moraceae

Origin

Asia & Australia

Description

Ficus microcarpa Compacta is a ficus like any other, except that it is grown primarily as a bonsai tree. The thick shiny evergreen leaves generously cloth the long branches. The dense rounded canopy and gracefully drooping branches make it ideal for bonsai.

As it is a Ficus plants ,it makes florets without the petal to a yellow-colored bud-formed spadix in summers.

Environment

All figs appreciate a balanced moisture regime at the roots. Allow the soil surface to dry slightly before watering again, but never let the soil dry out completely. This species is not demanding on the soil; Any soil mixture will do, as long as it does not stay wet for long. Fertilize using regular house-plant fertilizer at 50% of recommended strength, once a week during the growing season. Never fertilize when the plant is sick.

Figs have the tendency to drop leaves when moved from one location to another. The difference in watering, air moisture and light intensity indicates to the tree a change of season, and they will drop their foliage in response. This is nothing to worry about. Within 2 weeks the plant should start growing new foliage.

Landscape Use

Grown and widely distributed as an ornamental bonsai plant,
An area with bright indirect sunlight is the best place to keep a Ficus plant. They do not like constant changes in temperature hence do not like to be moved around too much.

Use a well draining soil to pot the ficus. You can alternatively also use a combination of coco peat, perlite and compost. Over watering is as detrimental as under watering for ficus. Make sure you pour just enough water into the pot to seep through the drainage holes. Best way to measure it are the leaves. If the leaves fold easily, you make have over watered it. If the leaves are crinkly you may have under watered it.

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