Ficus umbellata, also known as the "cluster fig," is a beautiful and low-maintenance indoor plant that originates from Asia. Its natural habitat includes tropical and subtropical regions, where it can be found growing in the wild as a small to medium-sized tree.
The leaves of Ficus umbellata are oval-shaped, dark green, and glossy, with a slightly wavy margin. They are about 5-10 cm long and grow in clusters at the end of the branches. The flowers of the plant are small and inconspicuous, growing inside a round, fleshy, and edible fruit that is about 2-3 cm in diameter. The fruit is green when unripe and turns yellowish-brown when mature.
Ficus umbellata is a slow-growing plant that can reach a height of about 1 meter over several years. Its branches grow in a rounded shape, giving it a bushy and compact appearance. It can be used as a decorative plant in homes and offices, adding a touch of natural beauty to any space.
💦 Water: Water when top 1” of soil is dry. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot.
☀️ Light: Bright, Indirect Light. We recommend LED Full Spectrum Plant Light Strips, 2 foot
🪴 Potting: Prefers well-draining potting soil rich in organic matter. We recommend our Potted Elephant Aroid Potting Mix
🌿 Habit: Upright