Ficus Lyrata branched is a popular houseplant because of its particularly beautiful leaves and easy care. Because this variety of Ficus Lyrata is branched, the houseplant cannot be missed because of its full appearance! Ficus Lyrata's nickname is Tobacco Plant, which it owes to the shape of its leaves. In the wild, this green houseplant can grow up to 30 metres high. Ficus Lyrata is a fast-growing plant, but it will not easily reach this height. When you buy this plant, there is a chance that the green houseplant will drop some leaves in the beginning. Do not panic, this is because it needs to get used to its new environment. Furthermore, this plant is a real sunbather!
Care & tips Ficus Lyrata branches
Ficus Lyrata branched is not a difficult houseplant to look after. However, it is sensitive to new environments. Do not move this green houseplant too often. If this easy houseplant grows to one side, we advise you not to move the plant but to turn it a little bit every day. Ficus Lyrata will drop its branched leaves if it undergoes major changes.
Water requirements for Ficus Lyrata branched
You should always keep the soil of Ficus Lyrata branched moist. In the beginning, give the air-purifying houseplant small amounts of water several times. After a while, you will know approximately how much water the plant needs. In the summer, this houseplant will need more water than in the winter. In summer, Ficus Lyrata branches will grow more and use more energy. Spraying the plant once a week will also do it good. The leaves will stay nice and you will have less chance of pests and diseases.
Light requirements for Ficus Lyrata branched
The branched Ficus Lyrata likes the necessary light but is not a fan of prolonged bright sunlight. The plant really needs this light to continue growing. If no new leaves appear, it is a sign that the location is too dark. If you have your Ficus Lyrata branched in a fairly sunny location, we recommend that you move the plant in the summer months. The sunlight in the summer months can be too much for Ficus Lyrata branches.
Is Ficus Lyrata branched poisonous?
The leaves of Ficus Lyrata branched are poisonous to pets and children. It is not recommended to ingest the plant, as it can cause irritated bumps and red skin. The juice in the plant also irritates the skin. So be careful with this plant if you have children or pets.
How is my Ficus Lyrata branched sent?
This sun worshipper is delivered in a cultivation pot. All our houseplants are sent in specially designed shipping boxes. The unique interior of the dispatch box ensures that the houseplants stand firmly in the box and cannot move. Houseplants don't mind being in a dark box for a day. This way, we make sure that your green friends are delivered to your home in tip-top shape.