A shallow bonsai pot is perfect for your Ficus Ginseng.
A good size pot for a Ficus Bonsai Tree is around 10-12 inches in diameter.
The pot must have drainage holes in the bottom to allow the soil to dry out between waterings.
The watering frequency for a Ficus Bonsai Tree will depend on the size of the pot, the type of soil, the temperature, and the amount of light it receives.
Generally, you will want to water the tree when the top 2-3 inches of soil are dry.
On average, about once per week.
One way to tell if your Ficus Bonsai Tree needs water is to check the weight of the pot.
If the pot feels light, then it's time to water it.
Another way to tell is to look at the leaves; if they are wilting or drooping, then the tree needs water.
A Ficus Bonsai Tree needs moderate to high levels of light.
A good place to put it would be near a window where it gets several hours of sunlight each day.
Don't expose it to direct sunlight though.
Fertilize your Ficus Bonsai Tree every few weeks during the growing season with a liquid fertilizer.
This will help to absorb the nutrients more quickly and help your plant grow in the spring and summer.