Ficus triangularis variegata
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Overall Height APPROXIMATELY 25cm-30cm
- Ficus triangularis variegata belongs to Moraceae Family and its country of origin is said to be South Africa.
- Its also called F.triangularis, that’s because the plant’s leaves are triangular. another one of its names that are commonly used is “Variegated Ficus Triangularis”.
- Its leaves are of green and yellow color with green in the middle and creamed yellow in the border of the leaves and each and every leave are of different size.
- It can be planted in the garden as well as in one’s house but if it is planted in the house then at least a pot of 3 inches or more should be used.
- It reaches a height of 3 meters and covers a maximum area of a 26-foot square.
- Grow the triangle ficus in a commercial potting soil that provides quick drainage.
- If you prefer to mix your own potting soil, combine equal parts of pine bark, sphagnum peat moss, and either coarse sand, vermiculite, or perlite.
- Fertilize the ficus every four weeks while it actively produces new growth.
- Water the plant with a standard liquid houseplant fertilizer diluted to one-half the strength listed on the fertilizer's label.
- Ficus plant prefers full sun to partial shade with moderate watering.
- For indoor plants, care should be taken not to overwater, otherwise, leaf drop and possibly root rot will occur.
- Allow the soil to dry between watering.
- Water the triangle ficus when its potting soil is dry to the touch.
- Soak the soil slowly until water runs from the bottom of the plant's pot.
- Allow the soil to dry before watering again.
- If the plant begins dropping leaves, water less often.