Rubber trees, formally ficus elastica, can be enjoyed as either medium-sized house plants or grown to become focal point, beautiful indoor trees. They can grow to impressive heights within a few years, especially if you put the plants outside during the summer.
Rubber plants don’t like to sit in water, so a well-draining soil is important. Rubber plants like bright light and a lot of it, but not direct sunlight. A sunny spot shielded by a sheer curtain is often perfect for rubber plants. You can tell if your rubber plant needs more light if it becomes leggy, its leaves lose their luster, and lower leaves fall off.
Once your friends and family see how gorgeous your rubber plant is, they’ll probably want one of their own. Although it doesn’t always work perfectly, rubber plants are one of those plants that you can just hack a piece from and stick in soil and they can grow. Allowing the sap to dry, dipping the cutting in rooting medium, and adding a heating pad under the pot with the cutting in it can increase your chances of success.
What Comes In The Box
1 Rubber Plant, 22 - 24 " Tall (Upto 2 Feets)
|Pot||6" Nursery Plastic pot|
|Soil||With Special Slow release fertilizer|