Peepal Bonsai Tree – 15 Year old

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Your health will be enhanced by this heart-shaped leaves plant. Peepal is a popular tree in India. It has many medicinal uses and health benefits. If you want to keep the Peepal plant indoors, then you can grow them as bonsai with little care. In various countries, the Peepal plant is referred to as a sacred fig. They are low-maintenance plants.

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1 review for Peepal Bonsai Tree – 15 Year old

  1. Namrata Sule

    I had been looking for Peepal bonsai tree for such a long time. You don’t find the real peepal bonsai so easily as it is developed by the enthusiasts only. Got the delivery of bonsai tree from abanahomes, and it was awesome..

    Really thankful to you guys who collect and make it available to bonsai lovers like me who just think but find difficult to step out and search. Loved it.

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Peepal Bonsai tree

Peepal trees are sacred in Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism. According to the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna says, “Of all trees, I am a Peepal tree, and among the sages, I am Narada. Among the Gandharvas, I am Citraratha, and among perfect beings, I am Kapila.”

The plant has heart-shaped leaves and is medium-sized. Ficus religiosa, also known as the bodhi tree, is an Indian deciduous tree that thrives in hot, humid climates. 

The plant grows best outside but can also be grown indoors. Although the plant can be grown in a pot, it prefers full sunlight.

The Peepal tree offers many medicinal benefits. Leaf juice is used to make eardrops. The bark of this plant is useful for healing swellings of the neck and glands. It is believed that chewing the roots of a Peepal tree can prevent gum disease.

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Care guide

Sunlight: Most Peepal plants enjoy bright indirect or filtered light. But bright, direct light may result in burning of the leaves and leaf loss.

Water: Always check the top of the soil before watering. When the topsoil is wet, do not water it as this indicates the plants have enough moisture. If the soil feels dry to the touch, it needs water

Soil: This plant prefers Well-drained, rich and humusy soil.

Temperature: Peepal trees cannot tolerate low temperatures or drafts. They require temperatures above 60 F and actually prefer higher temperatures of at least 70 F.

Fertilizer: During the growing season, feed slow-release pellets. Fertilize every two months in the fall and winter, and once a month in the spring and summer.

Growing tips for Peepal bonsai

  • Put the plant in natural indirect bright Light.
  • While watering, poke your finger or small stick into the soil to check the moisture.
  • Water only when topsoil (1-2 inches) feels dry to touch.
  • Do not re-pot for min. 2 weeks after receiving the plant.

Additional information

Plant Name

Peepal bonsai (Ficus Religiousa)

Common Name

Sacred fig, Pipal, Bodhi, Ashwattha.

Brand

Abana Homes

Color

Green

Ease of Maintenance

Location

Pot Material

Clay

Plant Age

13-15 Years

Plant Size

Life span

50-1000 years

Light

Bright direct sunlight

Soil

Well-drained

Water

Required when it’s really dry because it thrives in damp soil

Temperature

Warm and humid temperatures (above 60F)

Common diseases

Resistant to most disease

Habitat

India