Ficus Bonsai


Maintenance Level
Outdoor-Shades or Indoor
Spring Summer
Plant Height
15" to 43"

 Water Frequency


Alternate Day


Alternate Day

  Fertilizer Frequency


Every Month


2-3 Month
Qty:  1
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  •  About Ficus Bons..
  •  How To Grow Ficus Bons..
  •  Benefits of Ficus Bons..
  •  Maintenance Tips
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Ficus is a pan-tropical genus of trees, shrubs and vines occupying a wide variety of ecological niches; most are evergreen, but some deciduous species are endemic to areas outside of the tropics and to higher elevations. Fig species are characterized by their unique inflorescence and distinctive pollination syndrome, which utilizes wasp species belonging to the Agaonidae family for pollination. 

Soil Need

Potting Soil mix

Fertilizer (type)

All Purpose Fertilizer, Organic Fertilizer

Growth Pattern



2-3 Month


Every 3-4 Month

Process :

1. The best time to repot Ficus is in the early spring.

2. After repotting, water thoroughly and keep the plant in a shady location for several weeks so that new roots may grow.

3. Ficus bonsai should be kept indoors during the winter months.

4. Display them in a sunny spot that does not go below 60 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Most ficus bonsai trees can produce aerial roots in their natural habitat, which are often presented in appealing bonsai creations with many aerial root pillars or root over rock styles. To enable aerial root growth in our homes a humidity of nearly 100% must be achieved artificially.
  • Ficus trees can maintain their tree-like shape regardless of their size, so this makes them ideal for bonsais or for massive houseplants in large spaces.
  • The plant is used for ornamental purpose.


1. Cold drafts from windows or doors will harm them, so make sure to place them somewhere where drafts will not be an issue.

2. If your ficus is losing its leaves, go through the checklist of proper ficus tree care and correct anything that you find wrong.


1. Losing its leaves is the most common problems with ficus plants.

2. Leaf drop is a ficus tree?s standard reaction to stress, whether its from any of the following:Under watering or over watering, Low humidity, Too little light, Relocation or repotting, Drafts, Range in temperature (too hot or cold).

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