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Bodhi Tree - Ficus Religiosa - Deciduous Tree - 20 Seeds - Stunning Bonsai

Bodhi Tree - Ficus Religiosa - Deciduous Tree - 20 Seeds - Stunning Bonsai

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Bodhi Tree - Ficus Religiosa - Deciduous Tree - 20 Seeds - Stunning Bonsai

The Sacred Fig (Ficus religiosa) or Bo-Tree is a species of banyan fig native to India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, southwest China and Indochina.It is also known as "PEEPAL" in Hindi language. It is a large dry season-deciduous or semi-evergreen tree up to 30 m tall and with a trunk diameter of up to 3 m. The leaves are cordate in shape with a distinctive extended tip; they are 10¿17 cm long and 8¿12 cm broad, with a 6¿10 cm petiole. The fruit is a small fig 1-1.5 cm diameter, green ripening purple. The Bodhi tree and the Sri Maha Bodhi propagated from it are famous specimens of Sacred Fig. This plant is considered sacred by the followers of Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism, and hence the name 'Sacred Fig' was given to it. It makes a stunning bonsai specimen.

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