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Ficus Lyrata (1.40m)
Crucial Care Tips
Light – Prerequisites Filtered, bright light. In low-light conditions, this will quickly degrade.
Watering – Maintain an equal moisture level in the soil at all times. (about 2-3 times each week) Do not overwater or leave the plant in water.
Fertilizer – Improve soil fertility while the plant is actively developing by scraping some compost into two soil without disturbing the plant’s roots. Then, every once a week, feed the plant a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer For Growing, diluted at a rate of 1 teaspoon/litre of water.
Repotting – entails changing the soil and transplanting the plant to a larger container on an annual basis. This plant’s natural desire is to grow huge. Therefore it needs both spatial height and area for roots to spread.
Other – Many individuals discover that their Ficus Lyrata plant has dark patches on its foliage or is losing its leaves. These features are natural and part of a standard developing plant as long as they do not occur in large quantities. In addition, the plant has a sap that browns when exposed to air (especially on top of the leaves). However, excessive browning and leaf falling may also develop due to poor air movement and a lack of humidity in the home, so keep this in mind. Humidity can be improved by placing a humidifier near the plant or misting it (but not directly on the leaves). Water the plant well once a month to drain out any salts, toxins, or pollutants accumulated in the soil. Ficus trees are renowned for being chemically sensitive. Therefore, in the event of a pest infestation, use the least chemically powerful insecticide possible.
White & Black Tetrahedrya Fiberglass Pot
S: 31cmL x 31cmW x 39cmH
White Marble Ceramic Pot
L: 30cmL x 30cmW x 31cmH
$60.00 – $115.00 excl. GST
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