Just after some tips and tricks for ficus in the winter and indoors.
I am in the UK so not always possible to keep it outside.
I have had this tree for over 5 years now and it has pretty much laid dormant for the majority of that time with the exception of the trunks thickening.
I haven't had much time for bonsai up until this year so not getting the best care.
This year I repotted the ficus to a soil with little organic compost, introduced fertiliser and have been putting the tree outside when the weather has been warm for several days or more. I am happy now the tree has started new growth and a fare bit of it including back budding.
The weather has now started to get colder spells here in Wales.
I will now have to start bringing the tree indoors again. It usually is in my bathroom. Figured the steam would be good for it from the shower and the window it's on get alot of light.
Are there any tips for it's health and keeping it moving in the right direction ready for next growing season?