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Ficus Pumila | Creeping Fig (Green) - Plant

Ficus Pumila | Creeping Fig (Green) - Plant

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All measurements are presented as a range because each plant is unique; its size and shape vary with the season.
4"inches pot: Plant height: - 6"-8"inches
6"inches pot: Plant height: - 8"-12"inches

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Ficus Pumila, commonly known as Creeping fig or Climbing fig, is a species of an evergreen vine native to East Asia. This plant is a popular choice for gardeners due to its ability to climb walls, trellises, and other structures, creating a beautiful green cover.

The plant's leaves are small and heart-shaped, with a shiny and dark green color. It can grow up to 30 feet long and 15 feet wide, making it a versatile plant for landscaping purposes. The creeping fig can be trained to climb walls and other vertical surfaces, creating a green wall effect that is both attractive and functional in providing shade and insulation.

Creeping figs are relatively low-maintenance and are drought-tolerant once established. They prefer bright, indirect light and well-draining soil. The plant can be propagated by stem cuttings or layering, and regular pruning is necessary to keep it under control.

Although the creeping fig is a beautiful plant, it is important to note that it can become invasive if not properly maintained. Its fast growth and ability to attach itself to surfaces can cause damage to buildings, and its invasive roots can also harm nearby plants. As such, it is recommended to keep the creeping fig in check and avoid planting it near buildings or structures.

In conclusion, the Ficus Pumila, a Creeping fig (Green) plant is a popular choice for gardeners due to its attractive appearance and ability to climb walls and other structures. However, it should be managed carefully to prevent it from becoming invasive and causing damage to nearby plants and buildings.

  • Sunlight: Bright but indirect sunlight
  • Soil: Well-drained soil.
  • Water: Keep the soil moist but not wet.
  • Temperature: 13-24 degrees C
  • Fertilizer: Fertilize the plant in spring and summer about once a month with any organic fertilizer.
  • Prune off new stems regularly to encourage branching and to shape them as they grow. Pruning up to one-third in spring will keep the plant compact.
  • Creeping ficus houseplant prefers to be slightly pot-bound. Repot every 3 years, moving to a pot 1 size larger or keep it in the same pot and just give it a fresh potting mix.

Note: Plant may slightly differ from shown image depending on Season and growth pattern

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