Ficus benghalensis is an evergreen tree that belongs to the Mulberry family. The length of dense sheet plates is about 20 centimeters, and the width is up to 6 centimeters. On their surface there is pubescence. Such a plant comes from India, or rather, from Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Under natural conditions, this tree can become truly gigantic. It has aerial roots that reach the surface of the soil. In contact with the soil, roots take root, after which they contribute to the formation of young full-fledged trunks.