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Ficus Panda

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Botanical name:- Ficus Retusa

SKU: ficus-panda-ficus-retusa Categories: ,
Scientific nameFicus microcarpa ‘Panda or Ficus Retusa
Common nameFicus Panda
LightDirect/indirect light.
Wateringwater everyday &keep moist
PestsBlack fly, scale, thrips and eelworm & fungus
Pet friendliness Toxic to pets and humans
Maximum plant height
Potting mixPotting soil/Red soil/manure/perlite
Pot requirementGood drainage & repot every 1-2 years
NutritionApply Manure for first 15 days and NPK for next 15 days
Pruning & trainingRemove dead & diseased leaves with sterile shears
Flower color & season
DescriptionThis Ficus is a curiosity in that it is usually grown commercially as a bonsai tree. It was first seen in containers in gulf regions and has been planted outside shops and restaurant windows, principally because it grows compactly and can easily be pruned to shape. Often available in a spherical shape on a stem, F. panda shares all of the requirements of F. m. var. nitida, and the same applies to its ability to withstand frost and sun. It has light, almost round, thick leaves, which alternate up the stem and a brown to reddish bark dotted with small horizontal flecks. It can be propagated easily from cuttings. It suffers from several diseases, including black fly, scale, thrips and eelworm, as well as fungus and rot. Probably a variety of Ficus microcarpa, it seems to have originated in nurseries catering for indoor plants and was then exported to nurseries in the Gulf States, where it has thrived in the coastal climate and made an excellent hedge plant. In the US, two new forms of F. microcarpa entered the Florida trade in the mid 1970s (CE) under the names Ficus ‘Green Island’ and Ficus microcarpa var. crassifolia ‘Green Mound’. Both have been sold as Ficus ‘Panda’ or Ficus americana ‘Panda’ in Europe. They tend to spread out and are easy to train as a ground hugging shrub. For best results, F. panda is best planted in a sheltered position, in the humid environment of a well irrigated garden. F. panda is also a good screening or background shrub that needs almost no pruning to stay dense and trim.

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