Weeping Fig Show

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Weeping Fig Show

  1. 1. Weeping Fig Ficusbenjamina<br />Group: Foliage Plants<br />Type of Plant: Dicot<br />Leaf Arrangement: Alternate<br />Identification: <br />Large, often tree-like with grey bark and thin branches<br />Leaf is ovate with an exaggerated tip, glossy green<br />Milky sap<br />Terminal and lateral buds look like green needles<br />Branches tend to be arched or weeping<br />
  2. 2. Weeping Fig Ficusbenjamina<br />Water: Keep the soil moist, but not soggy<br />Light: Medium to High, Adjusts to most kinds of light, <br />doesn’t like to be moved, must be carefully acclimated<br />Propagation: Air Layering or very small stem cuttings<br />Culture: Prefers to be rootbound, reacts to change by <br />dropping leaves, 2-60 feet tall, great large houseplant<br />or mall plant, sometimes grown braided trunk or bonsai<br />Problems: Scale insects, mealy bugs and spider mites<br />

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