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Nature's ficus over rock

Posted by shohinken zone 10 (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 13, 09 at 12:04

This is a ficus over rock done by nature in my neighbor's yard. I watched a little ficus sprout and grow to this little tree. The ficus grew very slowly until one root reached the soil then the tree grew incredibly.

Shohinken

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RE: Nature's ficus over rock

pic 2 of Nature's ficus over rock Showing shadow of
photographer, ficus and its shadow.

Here is a link that might be useful: too many shadows for me jejejeje


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RE: Nature's ficus over rock

thats normal for a ficus.

here in Ft Lauderdale there is a ficus that broke through a two inch concrete planter and its roots went down into a water drain. if anybody is familiar with Downtown Ft Lauderdale its in front of Automatic Slims


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RE: Nature's ficus over rock

Well, shohinken, *I* at least think it's cool.


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