Ficus Triangularis | Triangle Fig
NOT PERMITTED INTO WA THE PLANT IN THE PHOTO IS THE ONE YOU ARE BUYING One of the easiest indoor Figs. The unusual triangular leaves are quite thick and tough. It loves bright light like most members of the Ficus family. Each plant measures approx 50cm in height from soil level and 40cm i width. Be sure to tip prune on a semi regular basis to encourage a bushy habit. Temperature Normal indoor temps are fine but keep away from heat sources and cold draughts. Water Really important to let this dry out inbetween waterings (Wait for the top 2-3...
Ficus Petiolaris | rock fig
This one is a a relatively less common and hard to find member of the ficus family. We adore it for its hot pink veins on each leaf. A native of Mexico, it has a common name of rock fig, because it is often found growing in rocky areas where the roots stretch over rocks in search of rooting soil. The develop a large and distinctive lump at their based, which is called a basal caudex, which adds to the loveliness of this plant. Ficus petiolaris is a very easy houseplants. It thrives in part sun to part shade in...
Small Ficus benghalensis | Ficus Audrey
Ficus Audrey is a real stunner, as it has luscious green leaf blades that grow to form a lush looking tree, perfect for a brightly lit corner. As with its cousin, the fiddle leaf fig, it is important to allow this one to dry out a little before watering again. Each plant measures approx 19cm from soil level in height