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Ficus Ginseng Microcarpa (Ficus Bonsai) 10-12cm

Regular price£6.50
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UK: Tracked 1-3 days

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The Ficus Ginseng plant, commonly known as a Ficus bonsai is a uniquely gorgeous specimen - whether used in a terrarium or kept as a houseplant.

Each plant has a distinct root ball, which comes in many different and interesting shapes. 

Each plant will arrive in a 10-12cm pot and can be up between 15-25cm high. There may be slight variances depending on availability. 

Please note:

  • These are tropical plants suited to terrariums - therefore, they generally prefer conditions including higher humidity, bright but indirect sunlight, and moist but not soggy soil.
  • Please aim to unpack/use this product kit as soon as possible.

All of our live plants are suited to terrarium conditions and thus have similar care requirements:

  • Bright, indirect sunlight
  • Moist, well-draining soil
  • Mild temperatures

However, we always recommend double-checking individual plant preferences before.

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What Is a 'Terrarium Plant'?

Simply put - a plant suitable for use in a closed terrarium!

This flora shares in common an appreciation for humidity, moist but well-draining soil, and bright but indirect sunight.

We only supply plants that we love to use in our own terrariums.

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Postage & Packaging

All of our deliveries are tracked end-to-end and we offer free UK
on orders over £50.

We'll always use biodegradable, recycled
or recyclable packaging.

Also, we go two steps further by planting a tree for every
order - as well as off-setting carbon emissions.

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