200mm Pots & Hanging Baskets - Please order in multiples of 3 in full trays of 6.
A slow, climbing fig that attaches itself to surfaces by means of aerial roots. It has crinkly, heart-shaped juvenile leaves on a tracery of fine stems which adhere closely to its support. It has a smaller variegated leaf compared to the Ficus pumila Creeping Fig and is not as fast growing and will stay more compact. It is a most accommodating of plants, it grows just about anywhere. It prefers well-drained soil and partially sunny to shady locations. It will grow in the full, hot sun, but in such conditions, the leaves turn yellowish. It will take a few degrees of frost, but protect from prolonged freezing temperatures