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Rubber tree

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Ficus elastica 'Ruby', aka the Variegated Rubber Tree, should be kept in a well-lit room and you will be rewarded with beautiful, ornate foliage. These plants prefer bright indirect light, and the more light they get the more vibrant their variegation becomes. Allow the soil to dry out in between waterings as these plants are susceptible to root rot, especially in lower lighting conditions. Misting intermittently is beneficial but not necessary. Live plants available for Store Pickup or Local De

Ficus elastica 'Ruby', aka the Variegated Rubber Tree, should be kept in a well-lit room and you will be rewarded with beautiful, ornate foliage. These plants prefer bright indirect light, and the more light they get the more vibrant their variegation becomes. Allow the soil to dry out in between waterings as these plants are susceptible to root rot, especially in lower lighting conditions. Misting intermittently is beneficial but not necessary. Fertilize 1-2 times per month during the…

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Ficus altissima Yellow gem rubber tree

Ficus altissima Yellow Gem Elastica is a beautiful variegated form of the rubber tree. Usually used as large growing house plants. Thick green rubbery leaves with nice large blotched of yellow variegation. Great for containers and indoors. They do well out doors for the summer. Plants sold in 4 to 4 1/2 inch pots.

Plant-o-Pedia: Rubber Tree via The New Bohemians Book. Love the colorful basket peeping through. #JungalowStyle

One of the most-asked plant questions we get at The Jungalow is “what are the easiest plants to grow”? We’ve totally been there- getting the hang of keeping plants alive takes time and practice (and, sadly, a few dead plants along the way). Today’s Plant-o-Pedia star, the rubber tree, is a great plant to help...

35 Best Indoor Plants for Apartments — Best Houseplants for Apartment Dwellers

Air plants—also known as Tillandsia—sustain themselves on moisture from the air and require no soil (correct, zero soil) to grow. With a minimal root system and more than 500 species to choose from, there are a wonderful variety of visually interesting options, which can be displayed in stylish air-plant holders like these.

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How to Make a Rubber Plant Bushy: It's Easier Than You Think

Are you wondering how to make a rubber plant bushy? This post give you helpful tips and shows real life photos of how to accomplish this.

How fast does a rubber plant grow? Side by side comparison after 8 months of growth

Everything about Rubber Plants! Learn how to care for, clean, and propagate a Rubber Plant as well as troubleshooting why your Rubber Plant is struggling!

4 Low-Maintenance, Easy House Plants To Try — We The Dreamers

house plants have had a major moment over the past few years it seems - no well-styled living room on my feed is without them, and they really do bring an element of organic softness to any space (not to mention better air quality!). but we all face the same dilemma - which indoor plants are the har