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does anyone know what type of bonsai this is????

Posted by tsalafi 31100 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 30, 09 at 6:14

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I hope i did this right!!! Here are some photos of my new bonsai!!!!! If anyone knows what type of bonsai this is please let me know:)

thanks a lot:)


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RE: does anyone know what type of bonsai this is????

From your pictures it looks like you may have a Ficus burtt-davyi (south african fig). If so, it's a pretty good choice... one of my favorites of the tropicals.

Anyone else have any thoughts?

Brad

Here is a link that might be useful: authorsbookshop


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RE: does anyone know what type of bonsai this is????

Thanks Brad i took a look at some pictures of a Ficus burtt-davyi and it does look so much like mine. Thanks again for your reply:) wow i cant wait for it to fruit!!!!

violet


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