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Polyscias fabian

Slim Bonsai tree

Polyscias are versatile, small, indoor, branching trees. They grow in an upright and compact manner, making them suitable even in smaller spaces. Their thick, woody trunks is their main appeal. The large, rounded leaves grow along the full length of the branches, creating a mass of green tranquillity for your home.

Polyscias Fabian prefers moderate to bright, indirect light but can adapt to shade. Avoid direct sunlight. Allow them to adjust to a shade area by place them at medium light to adjust. Otherwise, it can shed leaves and turn yellow. When the soil has become slightly dry at the top. Better to keep them slightly dry than to over water. Overwatering will result in root rot and leaves will fall rapidly.

pot 24cm, height approx. 100cm

RONDO 32

CUBICO 30

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