The Ficus Danielle has a bushy appearance that is expressed through its abundance of small, oval leaves. The small branches of this tree are most conducive to hedge pruning, and with patience, its outward appearance can be highly controlled. This is a tough, adaptable member of the Ficus family that can do well in a variety of environmental conditions.
This plant needs a lot of bright indirect light or filtered light. Place it near a well-lit window just out of reach of the direct sunlight of midday.
Water thoroughly when the top 2" of soil is dry. Do not overwater. This plant can develop root rot from overwatering. Start with once-a-week watering and adjust this if needed.
Easier to grow than Ficus Lyrata.
10" Grower's Pot 4' ft Tall
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