Indoor tree provides dense foliage and cleaner air. Ficus trees are a very popular species that regardless of their size, they will always maintain their tree’s shape and bushy habits. Their abundant leaves are a beautiful addition to living spaces and with good care can be grown into large indoor trees. This Danita variety has beautiful oval green leaves at the height of the plant. Care can be a little trial and error when setting up but getting some things right from the start will set you well for success. You will soon discover that these plants can be a little juicy because they tend to drop leaves if there is a problem; This is a normal reaction to all kinds of problems like wrong lighting, underwater, over-water, draft, or temperature problem. All this means that you will get a clear warning from your plant if something happens and you will have plenty of room to adapt accordingly for a happy and healthy plant. In return, your Ficus will clean the air in your home for you; They have been ranked as one of the best air purifier plants.
Water once a week, with liquid plant fodder added once a month during the summer to increase growth. Allow the water to pass through the soil and out of the drainage holes in the nursery pot, leaving the water for 10 minutes or so to submerge before returning to the display pot. This can be done once a week in the summer but should be reduced in the winter.