Ficus triangularis variegata

CHF 138.00
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Ficus triangularis variegata (double stem: 85cm/65cm) grown in the conservatory (in winter with the rest); originating from Africa, from my own plant collection; still considered a rare Ficus species kept as a houseplant; the plant has funny triangular - heart-shaped leaves (very similar to a Hoya kerrii); light to semi-shade; no direct sun and stagnant moisture, please; potted in a self-mixed, permeable organic substrate in a clay pot (repotting only desired in 2-3 years), not overfertilised, therefore robust & hardy (quality before quantity!); not winter-hardy. ); not winter-hardy, easy to care for; keep warm, shower off the leaves (not the substrate) once a week is very good for the plant; enjoy your new Ficus triangularis variegata!

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