Native of oriental regions of Africa (Zanzibar, Tanzania). The name “zamiifolia” it means that the leaves are similar to Zamia. The adult plant can be reached and to exceed a meter in height. It is enought easy to mantein this plant in an apartement because it can be adapted in many conditions.
Native plant of Solomon Islands. During the years the name has undergrone many changes from Photos aureum to Raphidophora aurea, from Scindapsus Aureus to current Epiprenmun aureum. The minimum tolerated temperature is 10°-12°C.
Native plant of damp areas of Asiatic South-east (Sri Lanka, New Guinea and Indonesia). Microsorum is an ornamental fern easy to be cultived and resistant to drought.
His hair is particularly original, hard and anarchic, in various shapes. The Microsorum plant is also called fern kangaroo for his stems that look like kangaroo paws.
It is a species of tropical Ficus, belonging to the Moraceae family, which for tradition is cultivated with bonsai, being durable, easely adapt to the interior conditions of an apartment but is quite rare in nature. It’s a very malleable plant and easy to maintain, with a very large, sinuous, twisted and extremely wide trunk. The foliage is very wide, leafy and shaded. In nature it reaches impressive sizes, while in cultivation it does not exceed 3 meters.
FICUS BONSAI GINSENG
Gr.500 CP/20 H= 50/60 CM
Gr.500 VC/20 H= 50/60 CM
Gr.750 CP/25 H= 60 CM
Gr.750 VC/20 H= 60 CM
Gr.1000 CP/25 H= 70 CM