Ginseng ficus bonsai trees are very hardy and easy to take care of. Many beginning bonsai enthusiasts choose these trees to raise. They grow dense foliage, and they have very thick trunks. There are many different ficus trees, but only about six species are usually used for bonsai gardening. Ginseng ficus trees are native to Malaysia and Taiwan. These plants usually have several large roots that look like tree trunks.
Ginseng ficus plants can easily be grown indoors. Bonsai enthusiasts may bring their ginseng ficus trees outside, but this is not necessary. These trees are native to tropical environments, and they thrive in areas where there is lots of heat and humidity. However, they can suffer if they are put in places where the temperature falls below 15 degrees.
The ginseng ficus tree prefers a good site in full sun. When grown indoors, it should be placed on a windowsill that faces south. It is grown outdoors in tropical regions of the world.
Ginseng Ficus bonsai tree is low-maintenance that can be grown both indoors or outdoors. It can survive without direct exposure to sunlight. It is also a good idea placing it near an area, like a window that will receive plenty of sunlight.