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Mission fig Ficus carica bonsai small size


Mission fig Ficus carica bonsai small size


Mission fig Ficus carica bonsai small size


Mission fig Ficus carica bonsai small size


Mission fig Ficus carica bonsai small size


Mission fig Ficus carica bonsai small size


Mission fig Ficus carica bonsai small size


Mission fig Ficus carica bonsai small size


Mission Fig, (Ficus carica) bonsai – small size. Height: 10 inches; Width, at the wides side: 14 inches. Pot size 9.5″ X 2.5″ (round) Pot origin: Dick Ryerson, Los Angeles potter. Trunk diameter at the root base: 4 inches. Popular name: Mission fig, Common fig, Edible fig. The edible fig is one of the first plants cultivated by humans. There are Neolithic village sites dated 10,000 years-old, by archaeologists, that have the remnants of this plant. It is a small tree that grows 7-10 meters tall (30 feet), with smooth white bark and frangrant leaves. It is a Mediterranean tree, widely cultivated in from Spain, through Italy and Greece, further into the Middle-East, from Arabia, Afghanistan, all the way to India. It was also introduced to California by the Spanish missionaries, and became very popular. Today, they are thousands of cultivars, grown for the delicious fruit. It is a deciduous tree. I collected this tree as a seedling, from the Los Angeles County Arboretum, 21 years ago. Planted into my backyard, and worked on the trunk for a decade and half. This species is very prone to growing multiple trunks from the spreading roots. Every year, new trunks sprout from the base, so it is easy to create a mutiple trunk bonsai, or small grove. So, I decided to create a more complex design, in the form of a little grove. The tree has five trunks, the fifth one is very young. Odd numbers are preferred in bonsai, so the fifth trunk was grown for this purpose. The trunks are of different age and size, and they are all connected by a common root base. The fascinating thing abut this fig, is that the leaf size in bonsai cultivation can be reduced by a magnitude of 100. The leaf of a large fig tree is as large as this whole bonsai (10 inches). As the grower develops more ramification, the leaves become increasingly small every year. One can see that this bonsai already displays smaller and smaller leaves, and they will continue to get smaller in the coming years. This is a charming little tree, and will quickly take on a much more mature look, the next couple of years. The Fig is a prolific grower, it can be pruned several time in a growing season. It can also withstand hard pruning, and sometimes this is necessary, to develop a dense branch structure. Otherwise, this species has a sparse and coarse ramification. It has a “sculptural” form, and the exquisite leaf shape is a beautiful accent that surrounds the trunk. The owner will also be rewarded with edible fruits, growing at the base of the leaves. In the initial stages of a bonsai, when the branches are cut back often, in order to develop a crown, the fruits will not appear. But as the crown become more dense, and the leaves and internodes become smaller, it will require less and less pruning, and the fruits will start growing, year after year. The tree is growing in a beautiful Dick Ryerson pot. It is a perfect match, for this tree. I cannot imagine a better fit. The Common fig is a very easy species to grow, and it is suitable for beginners as well. It can withstand dry conditions and poor soil. I made many mistakes during these years, but the tree kept growing in spite of all adversities. For some reason, it is one of my favorite species, to grow as bonsai. May be because of the simple design that has a strong character, and looks very natural. It is hard to grow a fig bonsai that does not look natural, which is a treasured trait. The item “Mission fig Ficus carica bonsai small size” is in sale since Friday, July 31, 2020. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “world_of_bonsai” and is located in Altadena, California. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Bonsai Species: Ficus carica
  • Plant Form: Finished Bonsai
  • Type: Broad leaf, deciduous
  • Climate: Mediterranean
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Genus: Ficus
  • USDA Hardiness Zone (°F): 6 (-10 to 0 °F)
  • Foliage: Broadleaf
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor

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Big Ginseng Ficus Pre Bonsai Tree Big Thick Trunk Evergreen Neagari Indoor


Big Ginseng Ficus Pre Bonsai Tree Big Thick Trunk Evergreen Neagari Indoor


Big Ginseng Ficus Pre Bonsai Tree Big Thick Trunk Evergreen Neagari Indoor


Big Ginseng Ficus Pre Bonsai Tree Big Thick Trunk Evergreen Neagari Indoor


Big Ginseng Ficus Pre Bonsai Tree Big Thick Trunk Evergreen Neagari Indoor


Big Ginseng Ficus Pre Bonsai Tree Big Thick Trunk Evergreen Neagari Indoor


Big Ginseng Ficus Pre Bonsai Tree Big Thick Trunk Evergreen Neagari Indoor


Big Ginseng Ficus Pre Bonsai Tree Big Thick Trunk Evergreen Neagari Indoor


Big Ginseng Ficus Pre Bonsai Tree Big Thick Trunk Evergreen Neagari Indoor


Items Currently ON SALE! Orders Take 2-3 days to Arrive to Insure a Happy and Healthy Bonsai. Very Nice Ginseng Bonsai Tree. Very Nice addition to any Bonsai Collection. Can be grown indoors. YOU WILL RECEIVE EXACT TREE AND POT IN PHOTOS. Check our other Listings for More Great Bonsai and Pre Bonsai! The item “Big Ginseng Ficus Pre Bonsai Tree Big Thick Trunk Evergreen Neagari Indoor” is in sale since Thursday, May 7, 2020. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “creativev” and is located in Fresno, California. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Foliage: Evergreen
  • Brand: Creative Valley Bonsai
  • Type: Evergreen
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Plant Form: Bonsai
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Season of Interest: Year round
  • Watering: Medium
  • Species: Olive
  • Genus: Ginseng

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Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant


Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant


Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant


Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant


Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant


Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant


Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant


Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant


Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant


Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant


Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant


Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant


Ficus microcarpa Bonsai – A special tree – Very old plant. Live plant – Outdoor and indoor Bonsai. The plant will be sent without the pot that Shown in the picture. You will get a live plant of. Condition of the plant – Perfect. Please let me know if the roots to be washed clean. The item “Ficus microcarpa Bonsai A special tree Very old plant” is in sale since Thursday, June 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “noha2017″ and is located in arad, default. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Plant Form: Yamadori
  • Soil pH: Neutral
  • Climate: Cold
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indor/Outdoor
  • Watering: Medium

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Chinese Banyan (Tiger bark) Ficus microcarpa bonsai medium size


Chinese Banyan (Tiger bark) Ficus microcarpa bonsai medium size


Chinese Banyan (Tiger bark) Ficus microcarpa bonsai medium size


Chinese Banyan (Tiger bark) Ficus microcarpa bonsai medium size


Chinese Banyan (Tiger bark) Ficus microcarpa bonsai medium size


Chinese Banyan (Tiger bark) Ficus microcarpa bonsai medium size


Chinese banyan (Ficus microcarpa – Tiger bark) bonsai – medium size. Height: 23 inches; Width: 25 inches. Pot size 13″ X 10″ X 2 Pot origin: Yixing, China. Trunk diameter at the root base: 6 inches. Popular name: Chinese banyan, Indian laurel. A giant tropical tree, native to India, Shri Lanka, Southern China, Australia, New Caledonia. It loves a humid atmosphere, but it can also tolerate cold temperatures, close to freezing (33 F or 0 C). The largest of the species is known to be on the island of Kauai, Hawai’i, and it is 110 feet tall. In the Buddhist and Taoist religions, many places of worship have large banyan trees. I planted it in my backyard, where it grew in the ground for about 7 years, while the trunk tripled in diameter. Then the development continued in various training pots, where the root work was the main focus, and creating good movement in the trunk. Finally, the fine ramification was achieved in the current bonsai pot, during the past 5 years. During the training process, my main goal was to create large, lower branches, with wide, undulating movements. Also, the nebari is developing fast, and the new owner can soon un-cover more root-base, to show off the beauty of the spreading roots. I like the angular, thick lower trunk, which has a somewhat un-conventional shape. It creates a focal point that attracts the attention of the viewer. The lowest branch has a large wire on it, which will come off in about a month. There are a few more wires, all of them have nearly served their purpose, they will be cut off soon as well. So, the tree will have a finished structure, with no wires on it. The foliaged pads need to be tightly pruned from here on. That will result in smaller leaves and very compact pads. During this season, the pads will become much more defined, and also the owner will have to create nice negative spaces between the pads. Right now, these negative spaces are not so defined, due to the fact the current pads were created last year, so they are still relatively young. But this species is a fast and prolific grower, and in one season a remarcable density can be achieved, with frequent and directional pruning. The red/brown pot nicely contrasts with the grey bark. It is very shallow, which makes the trunk look even bigger. Ficus bonsai is very easy to grow, as long as a warm environment is provided. Because of ease of cultivation, this species is suitable for beginners and experienced alike. The item “Chinese Banyan (Tiger bark) Ficus microcarpa bonsai medium size” is in sale since Monday, April 20, 2020. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Plants, Seeds & Bulbs\Plants & Seedlings\Bonsai”. The seller is “world_of_bonsai” and is located in Altadena, California. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Aspect: East-facing
  • Bonsai Species: Ficus microcarpa
  • Plant Form: Finished Bonsai
  • Type: Tropical
  • Climate: Sub-tropical
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • USDA Hardiness Zone (°F): 9 (20 to 30 °F)
  • Genus: Ficus
  • Foliage: Broadleaf
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor/Outdoor (winter protection in cold climates

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