Ficus Benghalensis Roy
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How to care
Prolonged exposure to bright direct sunlight may burn and scorch their leaves.
Allow the the soil to completely dry out between waterings, then saturate. During winter you may only need to water your plant fortnightly.
Enjoys high humidity, which you can create by misting it frequently, placing it close to other plants or on a pebble tray partly filled with water. Avoid drafts.
Sad Plant Signs
Limp, yellowing, or browning leaves: indicates your plant has been under-watered. Pale, spotty leaves: not enough light
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The stunning Ficus Benghalensis Roy boasts leathery green foliage with raised veins on a woody stem, giving any room an exotic look. A relatively quick grower up to over 30m tall! But don’t worry, it's nursery pot won't let it reach those dizzying heights!
Be playful with proportions and add depth & visual interest to your favourite room by mixing leafy textures, shapes, & patterns.
A tree native to the Indian Subcontinent, the Ficus Bengalensis is considered among the largest trees in the world by canopy coverage! The tree is considered sacred in India with temples often built nearby and provides useful shade in hot climates. Rotating your ficus every few days will help it to grow evenly and not lean towards the light. Its leaves will also appreciate a dusting with a damp cloth every week or two, to make it shinier and to allow more sunlight to hit the leaves for photosynthesis.
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