Ficus house plants come in many forms and this particular tree, Ficus benjamina ‘Exotica’ has the most intricately woven, braided stem which forms a cylinder. The weeping fig provides great structural form and this one is architecturally pleasing. it Has lovely glossy deep green leaves What Makes it a real living work of art.
Temperature: Likes warm temperatures above 16 degrees C.
Lighting preference: Enjoys bright, indirect light. Avoid direct light as it can scald the leaves.
Electrical lighting: ideal for homes or growing in offices and other commercial buildings.
Irrigation of water: Apply the water during the morning to allow the moistened foliage to dry before nightfall. Never over water the plant to the point that the soil becomes soggy.
Humidity: Mist the plant’s foliage lightly with a spray bottle once per week if the tips turn brown and dry. Mist the plants in the morning to allow plenty of time for the water droplets to evaporate before dark, preventing the development of fungal diseases.
Fertilization and feeding: Apply the fertilizer every two to three weeks while the plant is actively growing. Stop fertilizing the plant when growth slows during the all and winter. Resume fertilizer applications in the spring, once new growth begins.
Air Purifing: A great plant for filtering the air. It is a good plant for removing toxins from the environment.