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Bonsai ficus ginseng loses leaves

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Question: bonsai ficus ginseng loses leaves

Hi, my ginseng bonsai (which has remained outside enjoying excellent health all summer) has been losing many leaves since I brought it indoors: first they turn yellow and brown, then they dry out and fall off! Is it a problem of adaptation to the new environment or error in the watering? It is near a French door and I water it every 4-5 days, making sure the ground is dry before proceeding!


Answer: bonsai ficus ginseng loses leaves

Dear Dory,

plants that love humid environments often find themselves badly in the apartment, because the air is too dry. In fact, many actors in the house help to dry the air, such as heating or air conditioning. To prevent plants from suffering at home it is advisable, in addition to watering them correctly as you do, to frequently vaporize the leaves, with demineralized water. If the climate is decidedly very dry, you can also consider placing a humidifier in the plants' repssid.

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