Ficus Triangularis on Native Ponga

$175.00

Introducing the fabulous Ficus Triangularis

Renowned as the Ficus Triangularis or the Triangle Fig, this captivating plant showcases leaves that enthrall with their mesmerizing triangular shape. Interestingly, its appearance bears a striking resemblance to the indigenous rata tree of New Zealand, as exemplified by the Bartlett’s rata species found at https://rarespecies.nzfoa.org.nz/species/bartletts-rata/.

The unique foliage of the Ficus Triangularis adds an enchanting allure to any space, captivating onlookers with its distinctive triangular form. As you admire its graceful presence, you may find yourself marveling at its resemblance to the majestic native rata tree. This uncanny similarity serves as a testament to the intricate beauty of nature’s designs.

Discover the captivating world of the Ficus Triangularis, an exquisite plant that captivates the eye and sparks the imagination. Allow its triangular leaves to transport you to the enchanting realms of the New Zealand rata tree, showcasing the wondrous diversity of our natural world.

Not only does this plant make a style statement, but it also keeps the care game hassle-free. It loves basking in bright light, so find it a cozy spot that offers brightness without the direct sunlight. With its easy-going nature, maintaining this vine-like beauty is a breeze.

Your Ficus Triangularis will arrive in a 25cm black plastic nursery pot, ready to add a touch of elegance to any space. And the second photo? Well, that’s where the magic truly comes alive! Take a peek, and you’ll witness the breathtaking harmony between the plant and the native Ponga pole.

Don’t miss out on this remarkable duo that blends native wonders with tropical vibes. Embrace the joy of plant parenthood and bring home the Ficus Triangularis today. Get ready to embark on a botanical adventure that will leave you enchanted!

*Pot not included*

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Description

  1. Appearance: Ficus Triangularis has distinct leaves that are triangular in shape, hence its common names. The leaves are usually green with creamy-white or yellow variegation, giving them an attractive and eye-catching appearance.
  2. Size: The size of Ficus Triangularis can vary, but it generally grows as a medium-sized houseplant. With proper care, it can reach heights of around 1 to 3 feet (30 to 90 centimeters).
  3. Light and Temperature: This plant prefers bright, indirect light to maintain its variegation. It can tolerate some direct sunlight, but too much can scorch the leaves. It thrives in average room temperatures ranging from 60°F to 75°F (15°C to 24°C).
  4. Watering and Humidity: Ficus Triangularis prefers slightly moist soil. Allow the top inch (2.5 centimeters) of soil to dry out before watering again. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot. This plant can tolerate average household humidity levels.
  5. Care Tips: Regular pruning can help maintain the shape and encourage bushier growth. Rotate the plant occasionally to ensure even growth and prevent it from leaning towards the light source. Fertilize the plant during the growing season with a balanced houseplant fertilizer.

 

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