Its scientific name is ‘Ficus Benjamina’(fi-cus ben-juh-minah) and it is also known as ‘Weeping Fig’ and ‘Benjamin Fig’
Know your Plant
However small it might be, it looks like a tree. It might grow larger for a house if not pruned regularly.
It is regarded as the queen bee of house plants and is very commonly used to give out a tropical vibe to your entire house.
This elegant plant is a bit on the sensitive side as it changes its colour even with the slightest of change in lighting conditions. Most of the times, it reacts by shedding the old leaves and growing new ones which adapt to the new light intensity.
* The plants in the picture are only for reference.
The size and shape of pot may vary according to availability.
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|Dimensions||5 × 10 × 20 cm|
Soil: Use well-draining clay, sand or loam for this plant.
Water: Water when its soil dries out. Make sure you let the water drain out from below.
Lighting: If the plant is indoors, it requires bright indoor lighting. However, when placed outdoors, allow full sun to partial shade.
Fertilizer: Fertilize the plant once every month during its growth period, which is summer and discontinue during other seasons