- It’s a beautiful and hardy houseplant
- It’s been proven to remove formaldehyde from the air
- Pink variegated
- 60 cm tall
Planting & Potting Your Rubber Plant
Rubber trees are finicky when it comes to change, so be sure to pick a spot to place it and don’t move it. This is especially true when it comes to fluctuations in temperature or air flow.
Rubber Tree Plant Care
Rubber trees do not require much light, but flourish in bright, indirect light. Many people put their rubber trees near a window where the light is filtered through a pair of sheer curtains.
If the plant gets less light while leaves are growing, the leaves will actually be larger! Fun fact.
While your rubber tree is in its growing season, you keep the soil moist. Water it deep. During the dormant season, keep the soil drier…but not too dry. It is possible to underwater it.
Be sure to clean the leaves of your ficus so it can breathe easier, but don’t use any kind of leaf shine on it. Be sure to mist them as well for pest prevention.
Standard- As pictured wrapped
Premium- Presented in modern basket
Deluxe - Large white ceramic container