Ficus Audrey

$60
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The Ficus Audrey is a popular variety of ficus known for its matte green leaves and thick, tree-like stems. It thrives in filtered bright light with waterings every 1–2 weeks. The Audrey's easy-going nature and low-maintenance care routine make it the perfect pick to add to your sill this summer.

  • Arrives in a nursery grow pot nestled in your planter choice
  • Choice of small (5" diam) or medium (7" diam) planter
  • Grant and Hyde are ceramic; Hyde comes with drainage hole and saucer

Plant Care

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Bright direct to indirect light

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Water every 1–2 weeks

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Plant Bio

A popular variety of ficus, the Ficus benghalensis 'Audrey' is arguably easier to care for than its infamous relative the Fiddle Leaf Fig, and has beautiful matte green leaves. Native to southeast Asia, it does best in bright light with weekly waterings when the potting mix is bone dry. In its home habitat, Ficus are sometimes used to make living bridges! This is because they are elastic and can produce pliable aerial roots. But make sure to wear gloves while pruning, because their interior milky latex sap can be irritating to your skin.

Origin of Ficus Audrey

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