- Light: Bright, indirect light when indoors and shade if outdoors in the summer.
- Water: Allow the soil to dry within 2 inches of the surface before watering. Water less in the winter and during its leaf shedding period. Over-watering and underwatering can cause leaves to drop.
Ficus triangularis ‘Variegata’ features thick and waxy triangular leaves artfully edged in creamy white. Each leaf is different and unique, making it a showpiece.
Ficus plants do not like their environment to change, which may cause leaf drop. Provide a well-draining soil and water infrequently, more so during active growth. They love a bright, sunny room with indirect light. Direct sun will burn the leaves. It’s best to rotate your plant periodically to encourage equal growth on all sides. Ideally, your Ficus should be kept at indoor temperatures between 65° and 75°F. Avoid nighttime temperatures below 50°F.