Ficus benjamina 'Twilight' XL - Plant

Ficus - benjamina - 'Twilight'
Regular price £39.99 £19.99
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Vibrantly coloured weeping fig

Ficus benjamina 'Twilight' has a big bunch of cream- and green-coloured leaves. The plant almost looks like a bush. For extra greenery in your living room! The plant is hardy, although temperatures of 18-23 degrees are ideal dry air or colder environments should not be a problem. Water the weeping fig twice a week in summer, once a week in winter, to keep the root ball moist. The plant does like light, but not strong, midday sunshine. Morning and evening sunshine, however, are fine for the ficus. To give the weeping fig a boost, put it in the garden on a warm, rainy day. The plant will perk up nicely!
Extra info-
Latin name Ficus - benjamina - 'Twilight'
Delivery type Supplied as container plant
Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Color Green
Preferred location Sun, Half shadow
Green stayer No
Leafs all year No
Hardy plants No
Self polinating No
Naturalizing No
Scented Not Scented
Grafted No
Cutting flowers No
Planting+
You have several options upon receipt of your Ficus benjamina 'Twilight': Layer the bottom of an attractive planter on a saucer– one with holes in the base – with potsherds or gravel. Stand your weeping fig in the planter, nursery pot and all. Water immediately. Pot your weeping fig up into an attractive planter on a saucer - one with holes in the base. Layer the bottom of the planter with potsherds or gravel. Add some fresh potting compost and stand the weeping fig ‘Twilight’ root ball at the correct depth. Fill up with potting compost, press firmly down and water generously immediately after planting. Just stand the pot as it is on a saucer. Water immediately – do not allow the plant to stand in water longer than a day. Give the plant a light position in your living room. Do protect it from midday sun, but morning and evening sun will be appreciated. Keep the weeping fig’s potting compost moist.
Care+
Keep your weeping fig (Ficus benjamina) Twilight' growing well with regular watering – twice a week in the summer and once a week in the winter (but only when the potting compost feels dry). Keep the soil moist but do not allow the plant to stand in water for too long at a time. Add plant food for leafy plants to the water fortnightly. The weeping fig (Ficus benjamina) 'Twilight' is fairly resistant to the dry indoor air of our homes. You can easily prune this plant, removing bare branches when necessary. When you find the right spot for this plant it will feel very much at home and will have no difficulty of growing new branches and producing new leaves.
Specifics+
Weeping fig (Latin name: Ficus benjamina) 'Twilight' is a strong houseplant that is easy to grow. These plants are better known under the Latin species name Ficus benjamina, then under the English name weeping fig. This weeping fig is native to South East Asia and Australia where the trees (many metres tall) can be found in parks and lining streets. In temperate climes, the weeping fig (Ficus benjamina) makes a very popular houseplant, reaching up to 3 metres - pruning will help and can be done any time. Ficus belongs to the mulberry family (Moraceae).
Description-

Vibrantly coloured weeping fig

Ficus benjamina 'Twilight' has a big bunch of cream- and green-coloured leaves. The plant almost looks like a bush. For extra greenery in your living room! The plant is hardy, although temperatures of 18-23 degrees are ideal dry air or colder environments should not be a problem. Water the weeping fig twice a week in summer, once a week in winter, to keep the root ball moist. The plant does like light, but not strong, midday sunshine. Morning and evening sunshine, however, are fine for the ficus. To give the weeping fig a boost, put it in the garden on a warm, rainy day. The plant will perk up nicely!
Extra info-
Latin name Ficus - benjamina - 'Twilight'
Delivery type Supplied as container plant
Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Color Green
Preferred location Sun, Half shadow
Green stayer No
Leafs all year No
Hardy plants No
Self polinating No
Naturalizing No
Scented Not Scented
Grafted No
Cutting flowers No
Planting+
You have several options upon receipt of your Ficus benjamina 'Twilight': Layer the bottom of an attractive planter on a saucer– one with holes in the base – with potsherds or gravel. Stand your weeping fig in the planter, nursery pot and all. Water immediately. Pot your weeping fig up into an attractive planter on a saucer - one with holes in the base. Layer the bottom of the planter with potsherds or gravel. Add some fresh potting compost and stand the weeping fig ‘Twilight’ root ball at the correct depth. Fill up with potting compost, press firmly down and water generously immediately after planting. Just stand the pot as it is on a saucer. Water immediately – do not allow the plant to stand in water longer than a day. Give the plant a light position in your living room. Do protect it from midday sun, but morning and evening sun will be appreciated. Keep the weeping fig’s potting compost moist.
Care+
Keep your weeping fig (Ficus benjamina) Twilight' growing well with regular watering – twice a week in the summer and once a week in the winter (but only when the potting compost feels dry). Keep the soil moist but do not allow the plant to stand in water for too long at a time. Add plant food for leafy plants to the water fortnightly. The weeping fig (Ficus benjamina) 'Twilight' is fairly resistant to the dry indoor air of our homes. You can easily prune this plant, removing bare branches when necessary. When you find the right spot for this plant it will feel very much at home and will have no difficulty of growing new branches and producing new leaves.
Specifics+
Weeping fig (Latin name: Ficus benjamina) 'Twilight' is a strong houseplant that is easy to grow. These plants are better known under the Latin species name Ficus benjamina, then under the English name weeping fig. This weeping fig is native to South East Asia and Australia where the trees (many metres tall) can be found in parks and lining streets. In temperate climes, the weeping fig (Ficus benjamina) makes a very popular houseplant, reaching up to 3 metres - pruning will help and can be done any time. Ficus belongs to the mulberry family (Moraceae).
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Extra info-
Latin name Ficus - benjamina - 'Twilight'
Delivery type Supplied as container plant
Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Color Green
Preferred location Sun, Half shadow
Green stayer No
Leafs all year No
Hardy plants No
Self polinating No
Naturalizing No
Scented Not Scented
Grafted No
Cutting flowers No

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