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Ficus elastica - The Rubber Plant

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The "Ficus Elastica" is also known as the "Rubber Plant"  is a popular ornamental plant from the Ficus genus and originates from areas such as India, China & Nepal. 

It gets its nickname from its striking rubber-like leaves and makes an excellent plant for those looking for a tree-type plant with attractive foliage. 

In its natural habitat, it can grow as tall as 30m high however, varieties grown indoors are at a much more manageable height. 

The Ficus Elastica looks great both on window-sills and on the floor and can often be seen in corners of rooms in offices and apartments to brighten up open spaces. 

Notes: This variety measures in at approximately 130cm in height.  All large plants come with their plastic nursery pot only. Ceramic pots are sold separately. 


Care Level Rating

Easy Care

Care Instructions
  • Likes average temperature between 15 - 24°C
  • Keep away from drafts and areas that experience sudden temperature drops.
  • Enjoys a nice bright spot away from direct sunlight 
  • Avoid overwatering- Water only once soil becomes slightly dry to touch. 
  • Keep leaves dust-free by wiping regularly with a damp cloth.  
    Ficus elastica - The Rubber Plant

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