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I started working on this tree nearly 20 years ago. It was a large Ficus salicaria, Willow leaf ficus, purchased from a Florida nursery ..read more
It is getting close to Christmas and the holidays. If you have a bonsai friend or Ficus lover that needs a great book please consider ..read more
Many of us do not have easy access to larger materials and must use small plants or cuttings to develop their bonsai. One way to utilize ..read more
Ficus are easy to develop into root-over-rock designs as they have aggressive roots that tolerate gradual exposture to air and the roots ..read more
My new Ficus book, The World of Ficus Bonsai At long last it is here. The World of Ficus Bonsai by Jerry Meislik. I have been learning ..read more
Bonsaihunk's Blog | Fig trees and tr.. by Jerry@bonsaihunk.us - 11M ago
One of favorite species for bonsai is Ficus tremula. I have only recently been able to find the species and started growing it. I ..read more
Some 6 months I have been waiting for a cutting of Ficus burkei ‘puberula’ to show some signs of rooting. This is a long time for this ..read more
This is a Ficus rubiginosa grown from seed collected by a friend while traveling in Australia. I bought the young tree from him about 40 ..read more
In this Ficus microcarpa ‘melon seed’ I needed a left side branch. As you can see in image 1 there is no branch. Fortunately, several ..read more

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