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Willow Leaf Ficus Bonsai Tree Forest 39" Tall: Large

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This 14-16 year old Willow Leaf Ficus Bonsai Tree is suitable for indoors, because it loves both full shade and full sun. This Bonsai is a tropical tree easy to care for and easy to style. The Willow Leaf Ficus is the most popular and perhaps best ficus trees for styling. This particular Willow Leaf Ficus Bonsai has a single trunk with Multiple branches to style in anyway.

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SKU btu-30-01 willow leaf ficus bonsai tree forest 39 2
Bonsai Size Large
Bonsai Attributes Small Leaf, Popular
Bonsai Name Willow Leaf Ficus Bonsai Tree
Bonsai Common Names Willow Leaf Ficus Bonsai Tree, Ficus Bonsai Tree , Willow Leaf Bonsai, Mexicana Ficus
Bonsai Botanical Name Ficus Nerifolia, Neriifolia ficus
Bonsai Age 14-16 Years Old
Bonsai Dimensions 39”(H) x 54”(W) x 40”(L)
Pot Dimensions 8”(H) x 41”(W) x 21”(L)
Bonsai Maintenance Easy
Indoor/Outdoor Use Indoor & Outdoor
Indoor Yes, with natural sun light
Outdoor Yes, USDA Zones 10-11
Nursery Grown Imported
Bonsai Country of Origin Vietnam
Bonsai Characteristics Multi Trunks
Bonsai Style Freestyle, Group
Bonsai Flowers Unknown
Bonsai Fruits Unknown
Lighting Requirements Sun or Shade
Moisture Requirements Moist, but tolerates dry conditions
Bonsai Growth Rate Slow
Bonsai Can be Repotted Yes
Zen Information The ancient oriental horticultural art form or technique of Bonsai has been around for centuries. It was a way of life. A simple life of joy, peace, and serenity. A way to have a greater understanding and appreciation being in and around nature. It is symbolic of time and beauty with age. A story that is and will be told, from centuries ago to today, the sublime art of bonsai is practiced worldwide and continues to grow. A quick understanding of the word “Bonsai” will better allow grasping of the art of Bonsai. The word Bonsai is made up of two words "Bon", and "Sai" which means, in both Chinese and in the Japanese language, tray-planting or tray-growing. In other words Bonsai is a general term to describe a technique of growing plants or trees in a tray and not necessarily generalizing a specific type of tree. It is the technique or art form of growing many different species of plants and trees.

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