A 5" potted Ficus Triangular Plant in our cream/white planter or cement planter.
The Ficus Triangular is named for its triangular-shaped leaves, and is a great plant for beginners. It grows well indoors and is not overly fussy.
How to care for your new Ficus Triangular Plant:
SUNLIGHT: Ficus Triangular enjoys lots of bright light. But, it does not want to stand in too much direct sunlight. Very hot direct sunlight can scorch the leaves and cause them to lose their colour. North-facing windows do not offer enough light. If your leaves fall off, this is a sign of insufficient bright light.
WATER: Ficus Triangular must be well drenched and then allowed to dry out before watering again. Water only when the soil is dry. In summer it will be around twice in 7 to 10 days. In winter it will be once in 10 days. Do not overwater as this can cause the leaves to drop.
HUMIDITY/TEMPERATURE: Ficus Triangular enjoys slightly humid conditions. Average home humidity should do with the addition of mist-spraying or surrounding the plant with water basins. A bathroom or kitchen is ideal as the humidity is generally higher than in other rooms in your home.
* Note: This plant is toxic to pets if ingested.
* Note: Plants and planters may vary. The pictures shown are examples of the style.