Ficus are very easy to care for once they are settled into their new environment. After they adjust to their new home, they will thrive in a spot with bright indirect light and a consistent watering schedule. Happy in virtually any situation that avoids direct blazing sunshine, your Ficus is a beautiful, low-maintenance indoor plant.
- Light - When growing outdoors, plant or position ficus pumila creeping fig in partial shade or sun. This houseplant may not necessarily prefer complete shade or direct sunlight. When grown indoors, the houseplant should be exposed to indirect light rather than direct afternoon sunlight. Extreme illumination, such as full sun or entire shade, is not tolerated by the creeping fig vine.
- Water - When watering the plant, make sure that water seeps through the bottom of the container and that the soil remains slightly damp. To avoid root rot, remove excess water from the tray under the container after thoroughly watering the plant. It should be watered regularly.
Humidity - Natural room humidity is fine for this type of plant.
Tips: Keep the soil moist but never soggy. The leaves of a ficus pumila deteriorate if the soil is allowed to repeatedly dry out. Fertilize monthly in the spring, and summer with a basic houseplant food diluted to half the recommended strength.
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