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Ficus deltoidea, Ficus diversifolia, Mistletoe Fig

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 Ficus deltoidea, Ficus diversifolia
Family: Moraceae
Mistletoe Fig
Origin: Malay Archipelago
Can be used for bonsaiBig tree > 20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterOrnamental foliage

F. Deltoidea is cultivated as a houseplant for its attractive foliage. It also makes a nice shrub or foreground subject for larger trees. This plant prefers warmth and humidity and produces aerial roots under such conditions.


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Ficus elastica, Rubber Tree

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Family: Moraceae
Rubber Tree
Origin: India and Malaysia
Big tree > 20 ftSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterOrnamental foliageSeaside, salt tolerant plant

F. Elastica is among the oldest plants used as houseplants worldwide. Elastica leaves and stems and even wood 'bleed' white sticky sap when broken or damaged from which rubber can be made. Some people are allergic to this sap when applied to the skin. As a houseplant, Ficus is very popular. Able to adapt to and endure lower light conditions and generally poor treatment, The Rubber Tree is a winner indoors. Provide as much light as possible, keep away from cold and drafts in winter, keep soil lightly to moderately moist with good drainage. Most any soil will be fine and largely sandy soils mixed with some organics are ideal. Frost Tolerance: Some foliage damage below 30F. Propagation: Air layering.


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Ficus fistulosa, Yellow Stem Fig

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Family: Moraceae
Yellow Stem Fig
Origin: Southeast Asia, India
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterEthnomedical plant.
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Ficus hispida, Ficus oppositifolia, Hairy Fig

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Family: Moraceae
Hairy Fig
Origin: Southeast Asia
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate water
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Ficus jacobii (?), Matapalo

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Family: Moraceae
Matapalo
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular water
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Ficus krishnae, Ficus benghalensis var. krishnae , Krishna Fig, Krishna Butter Cup 

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Family: Moraceae
Krishna Fig, Krishna Butter Cup
Origin: India
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterOrnamental foliageEthnomedical plant.
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The plant is known as Krishna’s Butter Cup. It is believed that Lord Krishna was very fond of butter and would even steal it. Once when he was caught by his mother, Yashoda, he tried to hide the butter by rolling it up in a leaf of this tree. Since then, the leaves of these trees have retained this shape.

Very large, fast growing, evergreen tree up to 10ft, with spreading branches and many aerial roots. Leaves stalked, ovate-cordate, 3 nerved, when young downy on both sides; petiole with a broad smooth greasy gland at the apex, compressed, downy.


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Ficus kurzii, Burmese Banyan

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Family: Moraceae
Burmese Banyan
Origin: Southeast Asia
Can be used for bonsaiBig tree > 20 ftFull sunShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate water
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Ficus lutea, Giant-leaved fig, Lagos Rubbertree

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Family: Moraceae
Giant-leaved fig, Lagos Rubbertree
Origin: South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterOrnamental foliageSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Ficus lutea is a large, briefly-deciduous tree, capable of growing to 25m in height. Its large, spreading crown can span 30 to 45m in width. This spreading habit coupled with an often short and buttressed trunk can help in revealing the tree's identity from a distance. Under forest conditions, however, it tends towards a taller growth habit with a somewhat narrower spread. The species also has the ability to become a strangler and is often encountered assuming this habit. The syconia (fruits), borne most often between June and October, are crowded towards the ends of the branchlets in the leaf axils or below the leaves. They measure 15 to 30 mm in diameter, are sessile (stalkless) and are densely hairy to smooth. This species can be grown successfully from both seed and truncheons. Ripe figs should be opened and allowed to dry for a day or so. Alternatively, they can be stored for a few months in a cool, dry and dark spot and sown when conditions are favourable, the recommended time being spring.


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Giant-leaved fig, Lagos Rubbertree. Ficus lutea is a large, briefly-deciduous tree. The syconia (fruits), borne most often between June and October, are crowded towards the ends of the branchlets in the leaf axils or below the leaves. Ripe figs should be opened and allowed to dry for a day or so. Alternatively, they can be stored for a few months in a cool, dry and dark spot and sown when conditions are favorable, the recommended time being spring.
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Ficus lyrata, Fiddle-Leaf Ficus

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Family: Moraceae
Fiddle-Leaf Ficus
Origin: Tropical Africa
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunModerate waterOrnamental foliageSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Large forty feet tree with fiddle-shape leaves that are thick, leathery with yellow-green veins. The fruit are figs that are dotted white. Popular indoors when young and used as a shade tree in the tropics. It is valued for its smaller stature, making it useful when other banyans are too large. It is also grown indoors in cooler climates. The fruit (syconium or fig) and reproduction systems of species in the genus Ficus are unique. Each species of Ficus has an associated species of agaonid wasp. Ficus species can only be pollinated by their associated agaonid wasps and in turn, the wasps can only lay eggs within their associated Ficus fruit.


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Ficus lyrata - Fiddle-Leaf Ficus, 1 gal pot

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Large tree with fiddle-shape leaves that are thick, leathery with yellow-green veins. The fruit are figs that are dotted white. Popular indoors when young and used as a shade tree in the tropics. It is valued for its smaller stature, making it useful when other banyans are too large. It is also grown indoors in cooler climates.This item is certified for shipping to California.
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Ficus lyrata - Fiddle-Leaf Ficus, 3 gal pot

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Large tree with fiddle-shape leaves that are thick, leathery with yellow-green veins. The fruit are figs that are dotted white. Popular indoors when young and used as a shade tree in the tropics. It is valued for its smaller stature, making it useful when other banyans are too large. It is also grown indoors in cooler climates.This item is certified for shipping to California.
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Ficus macrophylla, Ficus macrocarpa, Ficus magnolioides, Moreton Bay Fig

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Family: Moraceae
Moreton Bay Fig
Origin: East Australia
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunRegular waterSeaside, salt tolerant plant

When it is grown in an open area where it can spread, the Moreton Bay Fig may become as much as 150 feet wide; but crowded in its natural forest habitat--or near buildings in an urban setting--it tends to grow tall and narrow. The small dry fruits of the Moreton Bay Fig, like those of other figs; are actually composed of hundreds of tiny flowers completely enclosed within the inverted fleshy tissue of the receptacle upon which they rest. A tiny hole (called an ostiole) in the tip of the fruit allows minute symbiotic wasps, which pollinate and lay their eggs within the flowers, to enter and leave the structure.


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