The Variegated Ficus Triangularis is a fashionable and unique houseplant. It's a certain way to make any indoor plant collection more beautiful. It's a member of the ficus family that's linked to the fiddle leaf fig (Ficus lyrata). The tree's leaves are thick and waxy triangular shapes with a creamy white border. It's a spectacular plant since each leaf is different and unique. It's a lovely addition to a brightly lighted desk or tabletop while it's young, when you can see the variegated leaves up close.
- Light - This plant thrives in as much indirect light as possible inside. It prefers bright light but can also withstand mild light. Make sure it produces a shadow wherever you plant it; in locations where it casts little or no shade, there may not be enough light for it to thrive.
- Water - Take care not to overwater your variegated Ficus triangularis, as you would any other houseplant. When the top few inches of the potting mix start to feel dry to the touch, it's time to water it.
- Humidity - Relative humidity levels that are average to above average are ideal.
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