Ficus Benjamina Varieties


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Ficus benjamina trees are a popular type of tree grown as a bonsai. Bonsai trees are miniature versions of larger trees, and they require special care for successful growth, including regular trimming and annual re-potting. There are several varieties of ficus benjamina trees that are used as bonsai plants. This miniature fig tree is one of the simpler types of bonsai trees to grow. Weeping FigThe primary type of ficus benjamina is the weeping fig, which is one of the most popular varieties of bonsai trees. The leaves are glossy and shiny, and the weeping fig comes in several sizes, from small bonsais to larger floor plants. Ficus trees need regular watering and a warm atmosphere in order

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Ficus Benjamina Varieties
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Ficus benjamina trees are a popular type of tree grown as a bonsai. Bonsai trees are miniature versions of larger trees, and they require special care for successful growth, including regular trimming and annual re-potting. There are several varieties of ficus benjamina trees that are used as bonsai
What Is Ficus Benjamina?
by GunnarHafdal in Home & Garden
The Ficus benjamina tree, also known as the weeping fig, originates from Asia and India but is a popular houseplant in the United States. It is relatively easy to care for and over-attention causes most problems. Treated properly, ficus benjamina can live for 20 years or more. FeaturesThe weeping
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by Mark in Home & Garden
Ficus Benjamina - the plant you love to hate! The most common complaint is that the leaves turn yellow and fall off, leaving you with bare branches - not very attractive to look at! Here are a few tips to keep your ficus healthy and thriving.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Ne
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by Netopia in Home & Garden
Ficus benjamina comes from the ornamental fig family. This tree, when grown as a houseplant, is very touchy. Make sure that the place you choose to grow the ficus benjamina plant is where it will remain for many years, because it has a tendency to drop its leaves when moved to another location. Grow
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by HidingInABunker in Home & Garden
Widely used in interior design, ficus benjamina is a small tree that can grow 10 feet high or more as an indoor specimen. Horticulturists advise ficus owners to move their plants outdoors for the summer months. Unfortunately, this is how many of them become infested with insect pests. These pests ca
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Ficus benjamina, also known as weeping fig or Chinese banyan, is a beautiful plant with shiny, oval, pointed leaves that can be grown both indoors and outdoors. It is available in many stores and nurseries and is one of the most common indoor plants found in homes, hotels, and businesses. Outdoors,
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Ficus benjamina is also known as a weeping fig and it has graceful arching branches and smooth, light gray bark. Leaves are either dark glossy green or variegated. It is a versatile plant that can be grown as a potted houseplant, braided or twisted into ornamental shapes, or grown in atriums where t
Facts on Ficus Benjamina
by dagar in Home & Garden
Ficus benjamina, commonly known as the Benjamin or weeping fig, is a houseplant that is found in almost every garden center and floral shop. It is easy to care for and many varieties have been developed for the commercial market such as curly leafed and variegated types. DescriptionFicus benjamin
Ficus Benjamina Information
by Oli in Home & Garden
The Ficus benjamina, also known as the weeping fig tree, is a member of the Moraceae family and originates from southern Asia. Although the weeping fig can be used as a landscaping tree, it is most often used as a houseplant. Young weeping figs have very flexible and resilient trunks, and some growe
Ficus Benjamina Disease
by Brazen in Home & Garden
Weeping figs (Ficus benjamina) are large shrubs or small trees that range between 6- and 18-feet tall with a 2- to 10-foot spread. They are often cultivated as indoor foliage. Weeping figs are susceptible to several diseases. TypesThe Xanthomonas campestris bacterium causes bacterial leaf spot in
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