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Ficus Benghalensis “Banyan Fig”

2.5 – 3.0m

Max Height: 20-30m

Spread: 200m

Origin: S.E. Asia, N. Australia

Family: Moraceae

Common Name: Banyan Tree, Ban Yan

Drought Tolerance: Medium

Salinity Tolerance: Medium

Sun Tolerance: High

Wind Tolerance: High

Water Requirement: Low

PH Level: Basic

Pest Tolerance: High

Disease Tolerance: High

Growth Rate: Medium

Fragrance: No

650.00 د.إ Inc. vat


Ficus Benghalensis “Banyan Fig”

An evergreen tree with spreading, often horizontal branches supported by propagating roots. Bears elliptic to broadly ovate, leathery, deep green leaves, 13-25cm long, flushed bronze when young and with a distinct pattern of pale veins when mature. Spherical red figs, to 2cm across, are borne in pairs. Ficus benghalensis is the largest trees in the world by canopy coverage and it is the national tree of India Deliverable

  • Healthy plant in its pot with premium soil
  • Most plants arrive within a week
  • All the tips and tricks for expert-level care
Dimensions 2.5 cm

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