Bonsai specimen Ficus retusa, 109 years.

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Bonsai specimen Ficus retusa, 109 years. A huge and ancient forest of Ficus retusa from China, worked for many years. Its excellent branching provides a unique feeling of naturalness. The beauty of this tree is the fruit of its patient work.

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Bonsai specimen Ficus retusa, 109 years. A huge and ancient forest of Ficus retusa from China, worked for many years. Its excellent branching provides a unique feeling of naturalness. The beauty of this tree is the fruit of its patient work. Its large dimension is very impressive, it is a forest that does not go unnoticed. It seems that we can enter it and get lost among its branches. If you like Ficus, you will enjoy watching this group of old trees.

The bonsai specimen section is only composed of bonsais combining certain characteristics that make them exceptional, among which: high aesthetic value, age, artistic design, size, unusual species, specific author’s piece, specific designing features, dynamism, techniques used in designing, and power of suggestion.

Measurements (width x depth x height): 180 x 140 x 90 cm.

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Data sheet

Genus
Ficus
Habitat
Indoor
Leaf type
evergreen

Family

Moraceae

Origin

India, Java, China

Fertilisation

Spring to autumn.

Transplant

Every 2 years in spring-summer.

Substrate

Terrabonsai or mixed with Akadama.

Pruning

The pruning is realised in spring.

Fencing

Can be carried out throughout the year.

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Bonsai specimen Ficus retusa, 109 years.

Bonsai specimen Ficus retusa, 109 years. A huge and ancient forest of Ficus retusa from China, worked for many years. Its excellent branching provides a unique feeling of naturalness. The beauty of this tree is the fruit of its patient work.

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