Hawaii-Taiwan Banyan

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Fuku-Bonsai has ficus research since the 1970’s as a independent effort and as a affiliate of the Harold Lyon of the University of Hawaii at Manoa in a titled: Ficus, An Inspiration for for Indoors. At one time the Fuku-Bonsai / Arboretum Ficus Research included over 100 species and We corresponded extensively with authorities including Dr. Horace and Ira J. Condit, the author of the definitive Ficus; the Exotic Species . papers were published in the Bonsai Society Journal .

The incentive for the study was the fact the ficus family provided the true trees that recognized houseplants. We guessed the King of Bonsai for Indoors be a ficus and the study attempted to ideal species and varieties. But the wound down when we that ficus generally supplemental light as they did not well in the light normally in average homes and offices.

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The Fuku-Bonsai Ficus Collection is sufficiently large and over the we have been reducing the retaining only the most specimens. We prefer not to sell especially those plants given to us as gifts. One such is the Hawaii-Taiwan Banyan that was a gift from Haruo Kaneshiro.

In the early 1970’s Haruo plump black figs on was then called Wax Banyan or Taiwan Banyan. Except for it was imported from Taiwan, no one to be able to identify it.

Because of viable seeds, we that it was part of the Ficus family that was dominated by the Banyan (Ficus microcarpa Haruo successfully germinated seeds and this plant was one of selected clones.

Other later selected from the same hybrid include the Kaneshiro Banyan longer narrower leaves a blunt point and the Fuku-Bonsai which is similar but having red stems and a heavier growth

1. Horticulturally, the Hawaii-Taiwan Banyan is as: Ficus microcarpa ‘Taiwaniana X Ficus microcarpa ‘Retusa'; a hybridized clone. The selection is by attractive heavier waxy that are midway between the Banyan and Chinese Banyans the vigorous growth habit of the Banyan. The heavier leaf predicts it will hold its well indoors.

Leaves are susceptible to Cuban Thrips which curl the

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