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Lemon-Lime Weeping Fig Plant (Golden ‘starlight’ Ficus Benjamina)

399.00

  • Plant height is 10-15 inches in a pot with 6″ diameter.
  • Used for landscape, plantscape, hedges, bonsai and Ornamental plants.
  • The glossy, golden-green foliage of the Lemon lime weeping fig can add colour and life to your outdoor/ Indoor/ terrace gardens.
  • Indoors, you can place the plant in your brightly lit living rooms to make it look livelier and add an element of nature to your home.

Free COD on order above Amount 999/- for Bhopal Customers. 

Note: Plant may slide differ as shown in the image.

Estimated Delivery: 6 to 9 Days 🚛

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Description

Lemon-Lime Weeping Fig

Ficus Benjamina Lemon & Lime is a very Uncommon yet brilliant, New variety of Weeping Fig with Striking Lime Variegation. Also sometimes called The Palm Beach Lime or Golden starlight weeping fig. Lemon-Lime Weeping Fig is a soon-to-be popular houseplant due to its elegant growth and easy-going nature.It grows well in home and offices owing to its unique variegated foliage and easy-to-grow nature.

Benjamina ficus is favorite among landscape professionals because they give the freedom to break the monotony of green to paint the site in mesmerizing yellow and whites.

 

Care for Weeping fig

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. It should always be avoided to place them in negative temperatures.

When growing ficus indoors, it’s important to maintain 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.

  • Bright indirect sunlight.
  • Water twice a week.
  • Grows in Bright indoors

Fertilizers for Ficus plant

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Feed your Ficus a good quality fertilizer every month during summers. During winters, the plant growth naturally slows down so no need to over-fertilize them in winters.
Repotting: Repot the plant when it outgrows the current pot, during repotting choose a pot 2 to 3 inches larger in diameter than your current pot. The best time to repot your Ficus is during springs.
Propagation: A Ficus can be easily propagated by a leaf or a stem cutting method.

 

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