Ficus Microcarpa Ginseng are shrubs or small trees in the mulberry family, cultivated from the seedlings of fine-leaved banyan trees. The swollen root tubers at the base are actually formed by mutations in the embryonic roots and hypocotyls during seed germination.

The roots of Ficus ginseng are shaped like ginseng. With exposed root plates, beautiful tree crowns, and unique charm, Ginseng ficus are deeply loved by consumers around the world.

ficus microcarpa ginseng

How to cultivate ficus microcarpa ginseng?

1. Soil: Ficus Microcarpa Ginseng are suitable for growing in loose, fertile, breathable, and well drained sandy soil.

2. Temperature: Ginseng banyan trees prefer warmth, and their suitable growth temperature is 20-30 ℃.

3. Moisture: Ginseng banyan trees prefer a moist growth environment, and daily maintenance requires maintaining a slightly moist soil in the pot.

4. Nutrient: During the growth period of ficus ginseng, fertilizers need to be applied 3-4 times a year.

ginseng banyan tree

Every spring and autumn, weak branches, diseased branches, elongated branches, and diseased branches of ginseng and banyan trees can be pruned to increase branch growth.

Post time: May-23-2023