What really needs to be said about the Ficus Lyrata? If you want to be cool you have to have this plant. Give it lots of light and very little water then just be cool.Very large leaves in a bush form grown in 10"up to 17" pot. With heights starting at 34" inches to 10' feet tall. Foliage from top to bottom, multiple stem for fullness.The standard form is grown in a 14"uo to a 28" pot. Heights starting at 5' to 14'feet tall . You might know it by its famous stage name Fiddle leaf fig.
Beautiful unique tree, light colored trunk with stunning velvet green leaves. Pale veins spring up so artistically. Grown in a 14" ,17" and 21"pot, 5.5'-10' feet tall . These standard form Ficus have wide spread heads.
Numerous long thin leaves fill out the canopy and give the Alli a whole lot of character. As long as it has adequate light and water, the Alli will sit and do its job perfectly.
There's a new King in town. The Amstel King has a lot going for it with its wide flat leaves that hang from the canopy on long curving branches. With new foliage that is more red than older foliage this is truly a beautiful Ficus.
Emerald green leaves in abundance make the Moclame a must see. This plant maintains a nice spherical shape and handles interiors better than other types of Ficus. Grown in standard form 14",17" and 21". Heights from 5.5'- 9.5' feet tall . Compact and rounded heads.