Resembling Ficus benjamina, Ficus microcarpa has broader leaves without the distinctive drip tip. Ficus retusa is an old name for F. micorcarpa, and is still sometimes used.
The Ginseng Bonsai form is produced as a small decorative indoor plant by grafting small shoots of foliage onto sections of roots and stems from mature trees (sometimes from a different Ficus species), to produce highly characterful plants resembling traditional bonsai trees. These could be in a gnarly, clumpy shape or more elegant curves and ‘S’ shapes, and they can be produced in a large variety of sizes. All our potted plants come in compostable coir pots.