Ficus Plant Assorted 4" to 17"
We have assortment of Ficus to choose from, many different styles and sizes!
Ficus alii 10" $65
Ficus alii std 14" $235
Ficus benjamina 10" $45
Ficus benjamina 17" $500
Ficus benjamina wintergreen 4" $15
Ficus burgundy 4" $15
Ficus clusia 14" $195
Ficus danielle 17" $750
Ficus danielle braid std 14" $325
Ficus elastica (green decora) 6" $25
Ficus elastica (green decora) 8" $45
Ficus ginseng 4" $25
Ficus ginseng 6" $35
Ficus microcarpa 4" $15
Ficus microcarpa 6" $40
Ficus microcarpa Green Island std 10" $125
Ficus microcarpa std 14" $315
Ficus moclame braided std 14" $285
Ficus pumila (Creeping Fig) 4" $15
Ficus pumila (Creeping Fig) in a Hanging Basket 8" $50
Ficus quercifolia 4" $15
Ficus ruby 10" $90
Ficus starlight 8" $55
Ficus std 10" $60
Ficus tineke 6" $35
Ficus tineke 10" $125
Ficus tineke bush 14" $265
Ficus triangularis var. 4" $20
Ficus umbellata 4" $15
Ficus umbellata 6" $30
Ficus is a perfect indoor specimen plant.
The plant features very large, heavily veined, violin-shaped leaves that grow upright on a tall plant.
These plants are native to the tropics, where they thrive in very warm and wet conditions.
This makes them somewhat more challenging for the home grower, who is likely to have trouble duplicating these steamy conditions.
However, they are relatively tough plants also that can withstand less-than-perfect conditions for a fairly long time.
Ficus are really meant as larger specimen plants.
They are perfect if you can situate them in a floor-standing container where the plant is allowed to grow to 6' or more.
These beauties commonly reach heights of 40' or more in their native habitat!
Because of their very large leaves, these are not natural plants to trim down to a manageable size.
Ficus requires bright, filtered light.
These plants can even tolerate some full sun, especially if placed in an eastern-facing window.
Ficus that are kept too dark will fail to grow rapidly.
Keep steadily moist, but don't allow it to sit in water, or it will drop leaves and suffer from root rot.
As a tropical plant, your ficus likes it warm, between 60 and 80 F, and doesn't like extreme temperature variations.
Position it away from air conditioning and heating vents.
Any good, fast-draining potting soil will likely do.
Ficus don't have remarkable fertilizer requirements.
Feed with a weak liquid fertilizer throughout the growing season.
Please note: Pot shown in 3rd photo is not included with plant purchase.
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