130mm Weeping Fig - Ficus benjamina Exotica

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Product Description

Ficus Benjamina evergreen weeping fig is a tree looking plant that grows to around 1 metre tall (when in a pot). They grow well in a warm position but also tollerate quite cool temperatures in side so keep them indoors if you can. They have great uses including offices and homes, they can also be made into a bonsai because of their miniature tree look.
If your Ficus gets too big or the soil dries out quickly you can pot it up. Pot it up into a pot that is slightly larger It will suit any pot up to 20cm. When you pot them up add in some slow release fertaliser to keep them growing and looking lush. to get a quicker fuller look, pot 2 together
They require low to moderate water and a liquid feed every couple of months will help keep them looking exceptional.

The Ficus suits a table setting when they are small. Due to the dark leaves dust can show on the leaves the same as all indoor plants so it is recomended to put your plants all together in the shower or garden and hose them off every now and again. this keeps them looking great!

  • Hardy Indoor plant
  • Great for offices
  • Easy to look after

Product Details

Package Dimensions (mm)
W:130 H:450
Common Name
Ficus benjamina or Weeping Fig
Botanical Name
Ficus benjamina exotica
Pot Size (mm)
Fully Grown Height (please specify m or cm)
1.5-3m in pot
Fully Grown Width (please specify m or cm)
1.5-3m in pot
Part Shade Position
Shaded Position
Sheltered location
Suitable for Pots
Suitable for Hanging Baskets
Suitable for Garden Beds
Planting Tips
Plant at the start of spring
Foliage Colour
Produces Flowers
Recommended Planting Months NSW
All Year
Recommended Planting Months Qld
All Year
Recommended Planting Months SA
All Year
Recommended Planting Months NT
All Year
Recommended Planting Months WA
All Year
Recommended Planting Months ACT
All Year

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