FICUS NORMAL PLANT
**THIS PLANT COMES WITH BASIC BLACK POT**
FICUS PLANTS GUIDE
The ficus genus of ornamental plants is a range of species which are very popular for growing indoors, whether in a house, conservatory, office, or hotel. They are not hard plants to grow; most people just above beginner level can grow and maintain them very well. The two most popular is the weeping fig (small tree) and the rubber plant (much larger tree).
- Temperatures: Most thrive well in average temperatures of 60 – 75°F (15 – 24°C.
- Light: Bright light with indirect sunlight, but check the specific plant.
- Watering: The tree types do not like to be over-watered and find it hard to recover after damage caused from over-watering Be careful here and read the instructions for each species.
- Humidity: Average humidity is fine with some misting.
- Propagation: Some are very hard and others easier. They’re propagated by stem tip cuttings or air layering – depending on the species.
- Losing bottom leaves: Most of the tree types will lose leaves after turning yellow, but the check conditions are OK.
- Browning leaf edges: Usually to do with lack of water, low humidity, lack of light or a combination.
- Dry leaves: Too much direct sunlight, artificial heating or low humidity.
- Losing leaves all of sudden: This can be caused by sudden temperature changes, moving the plant, cold drafts but over-watering is the common culprit.
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