40 - 50cm NOID Ficus Rubber Plant 14cm Pot House Plant House Plant
40 - 50cm NOID Ficus Rubber Plant 14cm Pot House Plant House Plant
40 - 50cm NOID Ficus Rubber Plant 14cm Pot House Plant House Plant
40 - 50cm NOID Ficus Rubber Plant 14cm Pot House Plant House Plant

40 - 50cm Ficus Elastica Pink Camouflage Rubber Plant 17cm Pot House Plant

Elastica Pink Camouflage is a term used in the houseplant community to refer to a plant with Elastica Pink Camouflage that is, the specific species or cultivar is unknown. In this case, you're referring to an unidentified Ficus species. Ficus...
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40 - 50cm NOID Ficus Rubber Plant 14cm Pot House Plant House Plant

40 - 50cm Ficus Elastica Pink Camouflage Rubber Plant 17cm Pot House Plant

£119.99 £39.99

40 - 50cm Ficus Elastica Pink Camouflage Rubber Plant 17cm Pot House Plant

£119.99 £39.99

Elastica Pink Camouflage is a term used in the houseplant community to refer to a plant with Elastica Pink Camouflage that is, the specific species or cultivar is unknown. In this case, you're referring to an unidentified Ficus species.

Ficus is a large genus of plants which includes many different species, each with their own specific care requirements. However, there are some general care guidelines that typically apply to most Ficus plants. Here are the general steps to care for a Ficus plant:

  1. Light: Ficus plants typically require bright, indirect light. Direct sunlight can scorch the leaves of many Ficus species, but too little light can lead to yellowing leaves and poor growth. If you're unsure of the light levels in your home, a good rule of thumb is that if the area is bright enough to read in without turning on a light, it's probably suitable for a Ficus. If you notice the plant's leaves becoming pale or the plant becoming leggy, it may be getting too much or too little light.

  2. Water: Watering requirements can vary depending on the specific Ficus species, but most prefer their soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Overwatering is a common issue and can lead to root rot. When you water your Ficus, water it thoroughly until water drains from the bottom of the pot. Don't water again until the top inch or two of soil has dried out.

  3. Temperature and Humidity: Most Ficus species prefer warmer temperatures, typically between 60-75 degrees Fahrenheit (15-24 degrees Celsius). They can tolerate lower temperatures, but growth may slow. Many Ficus species also prefer higher humidity, which can be achieved by misting the plant, placing a tray of water near the plant, or using a humidifier.

  4. Soil: A well-draining potting mix is essential to prevent waterlogging and root rot. You can use a general-purpose potting mix, or a mix designed specifically for Ficus or other tropical plants. Adding perlite, bark, or other amendments can improve drainage.

  5. Fertilizer: Ficus plants can benefit from regular feeding during the growing season (spring and summer). Use a balanced, water-soluble houseplant fertilizer, and follow the package instructions.

  6. Pruning and Training: Prune your Ficus to control its size and shape. You can also train many Ficus species by using stakes or wires to guide their growth.

  7. Pests: Watch out for common houseplant pests like spider mites, mealybugs, and scale. If you see any signs of infestation (like tiny bugs, webbing, or sticky residue), treat the plant promptly with insecticidal soap or neem oil.

It's also important to note that some Ficus species can be a bit finicky, and may drop leaves in response to changes in their environment. Don't be alarmed if this happens - just try to identify any potential stressors (like a change in location, watering habits, or temperature) and correct them.

    At Plants for all Seasons, we take pride in our eco-friendly approach to packaging. Our custom-made plant boxes are designed with both the environment and your plants' wellbeing in mind. Here’s what makes our packaging special:

    Upright and Fresh: Our innovative design ensures that your plants remain upright and fresh during transit. Specially engineered compartments and supports within the box prevent movement and damage, so your plants arrive in perfect condition.

    100% Recyclable: Our plant boxes are fully recyclable, ensuring that after they have served their purpose, they can be responsibly disposed of without harming the planet.

    Made from Recycled Materials: Sustainability is at the core of our values. That’s why our packaging is crafted from recycled materials, reducing waste and promoting a circular economy.

    Winter Shipping: We offer additional heat packs in winter to keep your plants nice and warm on their travels. Add one heat pack per plant when checking out in winter months.

    By choosing our products, you are not only enhancing your home with beautiful plants but also contributing to a greener, more sustainable future

    Check out our YouTube video to see exactly how we pack for safe delivery.

    Tropical Glasshouse Nursery: Our plants are nurtured in our tropical glasshouse nursery located in Lincolnshire, where we maintain an average temperature of 16°C. We do not use cold warehouses, ensuring optimal conditions for plant health.

    Plastic Nursery Pots: All our plants are supplied in practical plastic nursery pots. If you prefer a more decorative option, we offer a range of stylish pots available for purchase separately.

    Non-Consumable: Please note that our plants are intended for ornamental purposes only unless specifically stated as edible. Ensure you check product descriptions carefully if you are looking for edible varieties.

    Variable Heights: The height of our plants can vary by approximately +/- 10%. This natural fluctuation ensures you receive a unique and healthy specimen.

    Plant Pot Sizes: Pot sizes may vary by approximately +/- 1cm. To ensure a proper fit, we recommend selecting a decorative pot that is 1-2cm larger than the stated plant pot size. For instance, if you purchase a plant in a 17cm pot, a 18 - 19cm decorative pot would be ideal.

    Quarantining: All our houseplants are regularly sprayed with a preventative systemic bug treatment. We do our best to ensure a bug free growing environment however sometimes these can unfortunately be missed, as such we always recommend quarantining plants when they first enter your home and checking them upon arrival for bugs.
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