Scientific Name: Ficus Lyrata
The Fiddle Leaf Fig is one of today’s “it” plants. Its iconic, fiddle-like leaves and dainty veins earned this plant its unique name.
Light: Ficus lyrata prefers bright, indirect light but can tolerate some light shade and some direct (but not harsh or midday) morning or afternoon sun.
Water: Water when the soil starts to become slightly dry at the top. …
Scientific Name: Epipremnum pinnatum
Monstera Pinnatum is a very fast growing, climbing tropical vine with finger-like leaves and a beautiful draping habit. Given a tree to climb and a little time your landscape will be dressed to impress.
Light: The Pinnatum requires 70-85% sunlight. Depending on your location filtered sun is best.
Water:Water Monstera moderately and evenly, about once a week. Wait …
Scientific Name: Epipremnum aureum
The Golden Pothos (also called Devil’s Ivy) is known for its heart-shaped green leaves with variegation in yellow.
Light: Place pothos in bright, indirect light. They will tolerate low light, but will not grow as vigorously and may lose some or all of the variegation in their leaves.
Water: Only water when the soil feels dry. Pothos do not like …
Scientific Name: Ficus Benjamina
Weeping fig is an elegant plant with slender branches that arch gracefully from a light gray trunk, with dense, glossy dark leaves that may shed when the plant is stressed.
Light: The weeping fig needs a bright room with plenty of indirect light, and perhaps even a little direct sun in the morning.
Water:Keep the plant steadily moist, …
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