Ficus ginseng is a slow-growing evergreen plant and is a member of the Fig family. Ficus ginseng likes a light position out of the full sun. The lighter the position, the more water it will need, so give it regular water and don’t let the root ball dry out. The plant can even stand outside for a while in the summer, as long as the temperature doesn’t drop below 12-15 degrees Celsius. Give it less water in the winter and not at all between 12-15 degrees Celsius. Remove yellow, brown or damaged leaves and prune the plant in the darker months, to keep the Ficus in shape. The roots don’t need to be pruned.
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