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Our Special Bonsai of the Month:

This is Liana's special Bonsai, one which she personally feels is worthy of note because it is a promising specimen, excellent value, and shows character.

BOM Sep 2017Code 6283
Name: Weeping Fig - Bushy Prince and Dwarf Ivy

Scientific Name: Ficus benjamina variegata, Hedera species
Date of Birth: 2006
Origin: Malaysia
Cultivation: Prefers rich, mosit soil in a protected, partially sunny position.  Drought and frost tender.  Trim leaves regularly and feed with dilute liquid fertilizer during warm weather.
Height – 64cm   Width - 40cm
Pot – 38x27x8cm Chinese, glazed, ceramic, blue

This months Bonsai is a beautiful Weeping Fig group, cultivated in a clump style. The Bonsai pot has a pond enclosure which I have converted into a tropical area with Ivy growing over a temple. 
Daily watering and partial shade is necessary for this Bonsai to thrive.  It is not an indoor Bonsai and will die without real sun and outdoor moisture. More water is better than less, so that the ivy and Babies Tears ground cover can flourish.  A regular trim of sprouting twigs, ivy and ground cover will improve the Bonsai look and control root growth. Weeping figs have naturally small leaves and won’t need defoliation. Simple food such as Thrive liquid or Osmocote are ideal and will keep this baby in perfect health all year round.

All Bonsai Palace Bonsai are presented with a Bonsai Birth Certificate and detailed care instructions.  Also, we offer a free ‘feed and groom’ for each Bonsai within three months of purchase.  Just visit Liana at the Palmyra Market on a Sunday for free Bonsai advice.


All pricing is in Australian Dollars and includes GST. Shipping costs are quoted at the time of order placement and will depend on your location and preferred shipping method. 

Please note that due to Government quarantine regulations we cannot ship Bonsai and soil products outside our state of Western Australia at this time.

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