I have two plants from Bunnings but I don't know what type they are. One didn't come with an ID tag, and I lost the tag for the other one.
I think this one is some type of Bonsai?
I have no idea what these 2 are:
Thanks to any green thumbs that can ID them
The one in the square pot is a Ficus and quite possibly the potbelly variety considering the bulbous base. They are often used for bonsai. If you could flip that label over and show me the front it might lead me to a specific product and identification.
Alternatively, @mich1972 might be able to identify them for us.
First photo looks like a species of Ficus. Ficus is brilliant for Bonsai.
last photo looks like a Parlour Palm.
Top one is ficus Ficus rubiginosa, the rusty fig or Port Jackson fig. A very common starter fig sold at Bunnings across the east coast of NSW at least. @macsmum07
@MitchellMc pot belly isn't a type of fig persay more a style of 2 types of fig graphed together a large root style of ficus microcarpa to a small leaved style of ficus Microcarpa. The "bulbous base" happens with most types of ficus that are seed grown.
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Thanks for the info! I've repotted it and I'm just letting it do it's own thing, so far so good. Do I need to be pruning it at all?
Thanks @Noelle ! I've had it about a year now. Repotting it at the beginning of summer didnt kill it, so Im feeling a little optimistic LOL