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Ficus nitida

Indian laurel

Ficus nitida Indian laurel
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Care Information

  • Site

    Bright indirect light to bright shade.

  • Temperature

    Average warmth.

  • Water

    Quite regularly in the growing season but leave to dry out slightly first. Rarely over the winter months. Benefits from occasional misting.

  • Feeding

    A liquid feed every month or so over the growing season.

  • Tip

    Prune to shape in the winter.

Ficus nitida

Indian laurel

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Ficus nitida aslo known as Indian laurel. It has a lovely silvery bark with larger leaves than the well known Ficus benjamina. The glossy leaves grow in profusion creating the classic indoor tree. Keep out of draughts and away from radiators to avoid the 'weeping'. Over winter it will need watering less frequently and keeping away from heating systems.

Self Watering Container?
These plants are also available ready potted in one of our self watering containers (see container pictures below)... the price includes the plant, self watering system and container. All the plants will arrive all potted up with the self watering system installed, just unpack it and enjoy!

Already got a plant pot?
We also sell self-watering systems, which will fit into your pre-existing plant pot!

Self Watering Container?
These plants are also available ready potted in one of our self watering containers (see container pictures below)... the price includes the plant, self watering system and container. All the plants will arrive all potted up with the self watering system installed, just unpack it and enjoy!

Already got a plant pot?
We also sell self-watering systems, which will fit into your pre-existing plant pot!

Care Information

  • Site

    Bright indirect light to bright shade.

  • Temperature

    Average warmth.

  • Water

    Quite regularly in the growing season but leave to dry out slightly first. Rarely over the winter months. Benefits from occasional misting.

  • Feeding

    A liquid feed every month or so over the growing season.

  • Tip

    Prune to shape in the winter.

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