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Weeping fig

Weeping Fig

With their arching branches and long pointed leaves, these Ficus are a beautiful variety of the more commonly known weeping fig, They make great statement plants for your home, the office or if you can bear to give it away, they would make a special gift.
Current Description
Our Ficus Benjamina or weeping fig plants are looking great again this week. As pictured, they are young, healthy plants with an attractive shape and variegated leaves that are bushing out nicely. They will be very happy in a well lit spot in your home or on a desk in an office.
45cm including the 1L pot
1 x Ficus Benjamina   + £0.00
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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

Weeping figs are a lovely evergreen houseplant, they like to be kept warm but not next to a heating source and are happiest in bright indirect light. They need to have about 5 hours of light per day so find a spot that that stays bright through the day but the sun does not directly touch the leaves.

They like the soil to be kept slightly damp so it is important to give them a heavy water as soon as the very top of the soil starts to feel a bit dry. Use at least a litre of water so that you get all of the soil nice and wet, but it is best to allow all the excess water to drain away before you place it back into the decorative outer container. It is best not to leave your plant sitting in water, this can cause root rot and leaf drop. These tropical plants also like lots of humidity, placing the plant on a pebble tray will help keep the pin tip-top condition.

They are not overly greedy so some 6-month slow-release plant food twice a year, put on top of the soil will help keep the leaves a nice healthy green.

Problems to look out for is leaf drop, they will drop their leaves if under stress, check they are not sitting in water or have been left to get too dry and that they have enough indirect light.

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