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Ficus taiwan, Cascade

Post  Jose O. Rivera on Mon Sep 07, 2009 6:48 am

Here post the recent work in my ficus. Well not yet decide what pot use. Let me know yours opinion about the correct pot. Thank Rolling Eyes




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? Ficus panda

Post  cosmos on Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:10 am

Hi I think that your ficus is a Ficus panda. Is it growing on its roots or was it grafted? I think that a cascade style will suit it well.

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Post  guy ward on Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:50 am

is that a green island fig

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Re: Ficus taiwan, Cascade

Post  Dustin Mann on Mon Sep 07, 2009 2:03 pm

Love the trunk as it looks like solid one piece(as opposed to assembled grafted roots). What about semi-cascade or slanted w/long arm branch? It certainly would look like massive fig if right pot(that mimics massive pot too) :without tape measure trunk looks huge. A green glaze rectangle with no lip or feet. If full cascade then fast taper and pot not too deep. Key is in sub-branch detailing which you have already have going. Fruit looks like miniture crab apple. I am sure Budy or Robert Steven far more qualified to comment. Dustin Mann Ann Arbor Michigan

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Re: Ficus taiwan, Cascade

Post  Jerry Meislik on Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:38 pm

Jose,
Great little tree.
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Re: Ficus taiwan, Cascade

Post  Jose O. Rivera on Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:01 am

cosmos wrote:Hi I think that your ficus is a Ficus panda. Is it growing on its roots or was it grafted? I think that a cascade style will suit it well.

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Cosmos

Hi Cosmo

It is a green Island but round leave. Thnak

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Post  Jose O. Rivera on Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:18 am

Dustin Mann wrote:Love the trunk as it looks like solid one piece(as opposed to assembled grafted roots). What about semi-cascade or slanted w/long arm branch? It certainly would look like massive fig if right pot(that mimics massive pot too) :without tape measure trunk looks huge. A green glaze rectangle with no lip or feet. If full cascade then fast taper and pot not too deep. Key is in sub-branch detailing which you have already have going. Fruit looks like miniture crab apple. I am sure Budy or Robert Steven far more qualified to comment. Dustin Mann Ann Arbor Michigan

Hi Dustin

I agree with you, now is a semi-cascade but no decide yet what pot fix better. This Ficus have with me 15 years and start with an informal style, later a cascade more big and finally training the tree about tree year ago as shohin.

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Post  Jose O. Rivera on Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:21 am

Jerry Meislik wrote:Jose,
Great little tree.
Jerry
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Hi Jerry

Thank you for comments

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Re: Ficus taiwan, Cascade

Post  Ka Pabling on Thu Sep 10, 2009 11:24 pm

Hi Jose,

I think that this ficus is a ficus nana its very comon in our country but seldom used as bonsai material. It is sometime called the money making ficus because os its thick rounded leaves.Pabling


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Re: Ficus taiwan, Cascade

Post  Jose O. Rivera on Thu Sep 10, 2009 11:42 pm

padychitan wrote:Hi Jose,

I think that this ficus ficus is a ficus nana its very comon in our country but seldom used as bonsai material. It is sometime called the money making ficus because os its thick rounded leaves.Pabling

Hi Padychitan

Is possible because the ficus have difference common name in others country. But In PR know the tree as ficus taiwan or green emerald with round leave. Rolling Eyes

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Ficus taiwan, Cascade

Post  Ka Pabling on Thu Sep 10, 2009 11:49 pm



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Re: Ficus taiwan, Cascade

Post  Jose O. Rivera on Thu Sep 10, 2009 11:54 pm

Thank you for show me the tree. Wink

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Ficus nana corner

Post  Ka Pabling on Fri Sep 11, 2009 12:06 am

The botanical name of this is ficus nana corner, it can grow almost anywhere, full sun or indoors. In the picture it is growing well in a limestone with a water pump installed for a waterfall effect. Pabling

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