Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot

Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot


Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot


Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot


Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot


Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot


Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot


Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot


Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot


Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot


Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot


Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot



Shohin Bonsai Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus burtt-davyi) with 1.5 Trunk in Jim Barrett Pot. We realize that the winter chill is affecting many parts of the U. Trunk Diameter: The trunk Dia. Is approximately 1.5 inches thick. Height: Tree height from the soil line to the top of the apex is 6. Canopy: The canopy is well proportioned and measures 7 wide. Jim Barret Classic Glazed Blue Pot: (5.5×4.5×1.5). This beautiful little bonsai is a Ficus Burtt-Davyi with very small leaves. It is hard to tell when this tree is at its finest, but I believe that the tree is most splendid in late spring when the tree is covered with the small green leaves that fill the entire canopy and. The small green “figs” turn dark red. Adding to the beautiful foliage is the milky white masculine main trunk, which combined with the great taper, small foliage, and powerful branching adds to the total effect of this composition. Along with the Olive it is an ideal starter tree for beginners because it is easy to care for and resilient. It is also a perfect choice for the experienced bonsai artist because of the trees ability to challenge you in the design flow. Because the Ficus Burtt-Davyi can adapt quite easily too many different environments as well as resist many diseases makes this outstanding little tree even more attractive and suitable to any bonsai collector. Treat the tree like any other ficus. Keep the tree uniformly moist during the growing season. Do not let the soil stay constantly wet especially in cool weather. To complete this arrangement, we decided to use a fine and rarely seen Jim Barrett Light Blue glazed rectangular bonsai pot (5.5×4.5×1.5). The light blue hue of the bonsai pot matches the tree well and commands attention during all seasons. On a side note. Ive noticed that not too many sellers talk or write about things that should be done after you receive your tree so I will give you my two cents worth. When you receive your tree unpack it carefully. Cut the tape and plastic wrap from the pot and the branches if applicable. Secondly give the tree a good watering and then put the tree in a partially shaded spot for a few days to allow it to adjust. After several days of adjustment your new bonsai can be reintroduced to bright sun. Good luck and if you have any questions feel free to fire off a message. The item “Bonsai Tree Small Leaf Ficus (Ficus Burtt-Davyi) in Rare Jim Barret Pot” is in sale since Thursday, March 01, 2018. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “bonsaihut” and is located in Mission Hills, California. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan
  • Brand: Bonsai
  • Model: Bonsai
  • Climate: Dry
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Watering: Medium
  • Soil Type: Boons Mix
  • Foliage: Broadleaf Evergreen
  • Bonsai Species: Fig Tree (Ficus Bonsai)
  • Plant Form: Finished Bonsai
  • Season of Interest: All Year
  • Type: Tropical
  • Genus: Ficus
  • Species: Ficus Salicaria

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