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Semi-Cascade style for ficus ginseng 6 months 1 week ago #81653

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Hello, I have recently (2 months ago) gotten a ficus ginseng and I am thinking of doing a semi-cascade style on it. I searched up some sample styles online but I couldn't find one done on ficus ginseng. Can I please get some tips about how to get started?
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Semi-Cascade style for ficus ginseng 6 months 1 week ago #81654

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Perhaps share some photos of your tree?

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Semi-Cascade style for ficus ginseng 6 months 1 week ago #81655

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Thank you for the reply. Here's a photo. I'm trying to increase the humidity for the plant so I can grow some aerial roots before I start working on the semi-cascade, but I'm not sure if this is a good way to go about this.

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Semi-Cascade style for ficus ginseng 6 months 1 week ago #81656

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Oops, let me try again with the photo attachment.

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Semi-Cascade style for ficus ginseng 6 months 1 week ago #81657

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I have a hard time to vision a natural looking semi cascade tree in this material. But by all means, if you can, just go ahead. Please come back to us in a few years and show us the result, very interesting project.

I would recomend taking that plastic bag off. It is suffocating the plant and will lead to rotting.
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