The leaves have fallen off but the limbs are all green stick to nearly the end of each, and there are many on this 2 foot sad looking Charlie Brown sort of ficus tree. It's in a appropriately sized 12" pot but if it gets to live a while longer (with YOUR help!) I will have to repot it. I think the biggest problem has been a lack of food in the correct proportions for nitrogen, phosphorus, etc. And I also need to know how to prune it correctly for optimal growth, then maintain it so it thrives and reaches it full beautiful potential.
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