Ficus elastica Abidjan - Rubber Plant

Size Guide
SIZE: Pot Diameter x Total Height
Size Tip: Fits in a pot with a 25cm+ opening

In Stock


Plant Care: Houseplant Focus Nutrition

Customer Reviews

No reviews yet Write a review

What's not to love about Rubber Plants? With their broad, glossy leaves held proudly on sturdy stems. Ficus elastica Abidjan stands out with its rich tones of bronze and burgundy leaf colour.

A 70's classic that remains timeless. Ficus elastica make great, ornamental house plants and if you are looking for something a little bit different with a retro vibe, the colours of Ficus elastica Abidjan may be just the thing for you.

#ficuselastica @hortology
Shop The Look

Ficus elastica Abidjan - Abidjan Rubber Plant Care & Info Guide

Light: Ficus elastica prefers bright, indirect light but does cope quite well in lower light conditions.

Water: Water when the soil starts to become slightly dry at the top. Keep the soil moist at all times, but do not over water as this will cause leaf drop.

Temperature: Ideal temperatures are 16-24°C. Avoid cold draughts.

Humidity: No specific requirements, although the occasional misting wouldn’t go amiss.

Feed: Apply a weak dose of a fertiliser once or twice a month during the growing season. View Plant Nutrition

Care tips: Insufficient light or incorrect watering can trigger leaf drop. Adjust as necessary and your plant should quickly recover. Wipe the leaves occasionally with a damp cloth to prevent dust accumulation. Note: Ficus sap contains sticky latex which can be an irritant, therefore wash your hands if any comes into contact with your skin.

Air Purifying: This plant filters airborne toxins and is part of our clean air plant collection.

Height and Growth Rate: In their native environment, Ficus elastica can grow to many metres tall. As an indoor house plant, it is up to you: simply trim to maintain your desired height. Typical indoor heights are anything from 30cm to 2m. Moderate to fast growing.

Toxicity: Considered poisonous, therefore keep away from children and animals.

Origin: India and Indonesia.

BE THE FIRST TO HEAR