The Ficus Audrey is a beautiful plant, native to India. It acclimates well to new spaces and it’s easy to look after. Like most of the Ficus varieties, it prefers humid and warm temperatures, with plenty of sunshine.
The plant features small violin-shaped leaves that grow upright on a tall plant. As the Ficus Audrey matures, it can develop beautiful aerial roots that will become part of the trunk over time, if left to grow.
Ficus Audrey Plant Care
The Ficus Audrey enjoys warm temperatures and wet conditions.
Ficus Audrey enjoys long periods of direct sunlight and doesn’t tolerate low light conditions. Plants that are kept in a dark place will fail to grow rapidly.
Keep steadily moist, but don’t allow it to sit in water. Water less in the cooler months to avoid stem/root rot.
Easy to look after, they require little maintenance. Rotate the plant periodically to ensure an even growth on all sides. A good choice for the houseplant beginner!
Feed with a weak liquid fertilizer throughout the growing season. This plant doesn’t have remarkable fertiliser requirements.
This plant is toxic and should not be consumed by animals or humans.
Any well-draining, nutrient rich mix is ideal.
Brown spots on leaves: The spotting on the leaves is typically caused by lack of air flow and too much moisture sitting on the leaves. The Ficus has mildly caustic sap that causes brown spots when exposed to air.