Climbing Fig, Ficus Pumila

20.00 AED

Max Height: 3-5m Spread: 3-5m

Origin: China, Japan, Vietnam Family: Moraceae

Common Name: Climbing Fig, Creeping Fig Drought Tolerance: Medium

Salinity Tolerance: Medium Sun Tolerance: Medium

Wind Tolerance: High Water Requirement: Medium

PH Level: Basic Pest Tolerance: High

Disease Tolerance: High Growth Rate: Medium Fragrance: No

Ficus pumila or Climbing fig is root-clinging, evergreen, perennial climber. The leaves of the climbing shoots are asymmetrically ovate, thinly leathery, dark green, to 5cm long. At the end of its support, leaves on non-climbing stems are oblong to elliptic or ovate, leathery, dark green and very glossy, to 10cm long. Pear-shaped, mostly solitary, oblong to cylindrical, densly hairy figs, to 6cm long, are green with white dots, ripening purple.

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