Ficus Retusa, also called the Banyan Fig or Taiwan Ficus, can be a rapidly-growing, round, broad-headed evergreen tree having a lovely, complete spread. The glossy, little, dark-green, leathery leaves, which alternate up the stem, are densely clothed on massive, somewhat weeping branches. New development is created all year lengthy and can be a light rose to chartreuse colour, providing the tree a beautiful two-toned impact. The smooth, light Grey to reddish bark dotted with modest, horizontal flecks, comparable to tiger-like markings, is very striking and firmly supports the massively spreading canopy. The Retusa is amongst probably the most tolerant, versatile and trouble-free bonsai trees for indoor use.