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Korean Fig Tree

Ficus annulata

Korean Fig Tree

Ficus annulata

The Korean Fig Tree originates in the rainforests, where it grows in areas of high humidity levels.

Although the Korean Fig Tree comes from wild natural areas, there is something very elegant about this plant. The long slender trunk and the deep green leaves give the plant a simple and rigorous expression that makes it extremely well-fitting in the Scandinavian interior design.

The Korean Fig Tree is also popular as a bonsai tree, where the cultivation method and pruning gives the tree a dense growth.

Botanical name: Ficus annulata



This tree is not difficult to care for, but there are some precautions you need to take if you would like your plant to thrive.

Watering: Your Korean Fig Tree would like to be watered regularly when the top half of the soil has dried out. Always allow the top layer of soil to dry out before the next watering. In this way, you protect the roots, which may otherwise drown in too much water.

Location: Place your plant somewhere bright, but where it is not in direct sunlight throughout the day. The fig tree doesn't like being moved around too often - then it will get stressed and loses its leaves - so put it in a place where it can stay for a long time without being moved.

Temperature: Your Korean Fig Tree thrives at normal room temperatures between 15-30 °C.