This is a relatively new dwarf cultivar of Ficus lyrata that is already gaining attention as an 'IT' houseplant for contemporary living.
Ficus lyrata Bambino has an extremely compact, upright, branching nature; slightly smaller and thicker leaves compared to Ficus lyrata, but still with the same amazing fiddle-shape and somewhat lighter veining. They are ideal house plants, adding rich, green foliage and filtering the air of unwanted pollutants at the same time.
Don’t adorn with dust! Keeping these big broad leaves dust free will help your plant photosynthesize and grow.
Insufficient light or improper watering can also trigger leaf drop! Find a more suitable location and adjust your watering schedule. Your plant should quickly recover.
Sticky latex will ooze from the ends of cut stems! This can be an irritant, so make sure to wash your hands afterwards.
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