Ficus Benjamina Cylinder

SKU 147

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AED 735

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120cm - 150cm

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Plant Care

Watering

Pour 2 cup or 500ml once a week only when the soil begins to dry out. Do not over-water and ensure the plant soil has proper drainage to prevent root rot. Let the potting mix dry out between watering cycles.

Light

Bright indoor light or indirect sun. 6 hours to 8 hours

Temperature

18°C to 26°C

Fertilizer

NPK Fertilizer Tabs or Baby Bio Plant Food or Fast Green Fertilizer

Plant Bio

Ficus Benjamina Cylinder is a sturdy, popular house plant! The pale green foliage and this plant’s plaited stems look so natural in any home. This type of woven stems is just so decorative too! Ficus Benjamina Cylinder is an easily cared for the plant that will even thrive in low humidity. Ficus benjamina is also called weeping fig. Ficus trees can maintain their tree-like shape regardless of their size, so this makes them ideal for bonsais or for massive houseplants in large spaces. Their leaves can be either dark green or variegated. In recent years, some imaginative nurseries have started to take advantage of their pliable trunks to braid or twist the plants into different forms.

Most ficus trees enjoy bright indirect or filtered light with variegated varieties happily able to take medium light. Bright, direct light may result in scalding of the leaves and leaf loss. Ficus trees also cannot tolerate low temperatures or drafts. They need to be kept in temperatures above 60 F. (16 C.) and actually prefer temperatures above 70 F. (21 C.). Cold drafts from windows or doors will harm them, so make sure to place them somewhere where drafts will not be an issue. It’s important to maintain a relatively high humidity around the plant. Regular misting or setting the ficus tree on a pebble tray filled with water is a great way to increase their humidity, but keep in mind that while they like high humidity, they don’t like overly wet roots. Therefore, when watering, always check the top of the soil first. If the top of the soil is wet, don’t water as this means they have enough moisture. If the top of the soil feels dry to the touch, this indicates that they need water.







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