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Image of Ficus benjamina photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Weeping Fig)

Weeping fig is a very large evergreen tree native to the tropical areas of India, Asia, Australia, and Malaysia. It is typically grown as a large tree, shrub or houseplant. The inconspicuous flowers bloom in spring and are followed by small fruit that may be orange, pink, or red. A very small, non-stinging wasp is required for pollination and fertile fruit. The simple dark green leaves are glossy and attractive.

Planted in warm, frost-free climates the weeping fig becomes a huge tree with invasive...

(Emerald Green Fig, Weeping Fig)

Weeping fig is a very large evergreen tree native to the tropical areas of India, Asia, Australia, and Malaysia. It is typically grown as a large tree, shrub or houseplant. The inconspicuous flowers bloom in spring and are followed by small fruit that may be orange, pink, or red. A very small, non-stinging wasp is required for pollination and fertile fruit. The simple dark green leaves are glossy and attractive.

Planted in warm, frost-free climates the weeping fig becomes a huge tree with invasive...

(Green Gem Weeping Fig)

Weeping fig is a very large evergreen tree native to the tropical areas of India, Asia, Australia, and Malaysia. It is typically grown as a large tree, shrub or houseplant. The inconspicuous flowers bloom in spring and are followed by small fruit that may be orange, pink, or red. A very small, non-stinging wasp is required for pollination and fertile fruit. The simple dark green leaves are glossy and attractive.

Planted in warm, frost-free climates the weeping fig becomes a huge tree with invasive...

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James H. Schutte

(Jacqueline Fig)

Ficus benjamina ‘Jacqueline,’ a variegated weeping fig, is grown mostly as a houseplant. Generally, weeping fig is a very large evergreen tree native to the tropical areas of India, Asia, Australia, and Malaysia. The inconspicuous flowers bloom in spring and are followed by small fruit that may be orange, pink, or red, but rarely appear on interior plants. Ficus benjamina ‘Jacqueline’ has simple glossy, attractive, gray-green leaves with irregular golden-ivory margins.

Planted in warm, frost-free...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Monique Fig, Weeping Fig)

Ficus benjamina ‘Monique,’ a dark green-leaved weeping fig, is grown mostly as a houseplant. Generally, weeping fig is a very large evergreen tree native to the tropical areas of India, Asia, Australia, and Malaysia. The inconspicuous flowers bloom in spring and are followed by small fruit that may be orange, pink, or red, but rarely appear on interior plants. Cultivar ‘Monique’ has simple, stiff, sharply pointed, glossy, attractive leaves with wavy, scalloped margins.

Planted in warm,...

(Spearmint Ficus)

Ficus benjamina ‘Spearmint,’ a variegated weeping fig, is grown mostly as a houseplant. Generally, weeping fig is a very large evergreen tree native to the tropical areas of India, Asia, Australia, and Malaysia. The inconspicuous flowers bloom in spring and are followed by small fruit that may be orange, pink, or red, but rarely appear on interior plants. Ficus benjamina ‘Spearmint’ has simple glossy, attractive, gray-green leaves with irregular ivory margins.

Planted in warm, frost-free climates...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Variegated Weeping Fig)

Ficus benjamina ‘Variegata,’ a variegated weeping fig, is grown mostly as a houseplant. Generally, weeping fig is a very large evergreen tree native to the tropical areas of India, Asia, Australia, and Malaysia. The inconspicuous flowers bloom in spring and are followed by small fruit that may be orange, pink, or red, but rarely appear on interior plants. Ficus benjamina ‘Variegata’ has simple glossy, attractive, green leaves with irregular white margins.

Planted in warm, frost-free climates...

(Binnendijk's Fig)

Binnendijk’s fig is a very large evergreen tree native to the tropical areas of India, Asia, and Malaysia. It is typically grown as a large tree, shrub or houseplant. The inconspicuous flowers bloom in spring and are followed by small fruit that may be green or yellow maturing to red. A very small, non-stinging wasp is required for pollination. The simple dark green leaves are glossy and attractive, long, narrow, lance-shaped with a pointed tip – willow-like. There are several cultivars available...

(Alii Fig, Binnendijk's Fig)

Ficus binnendijkii 'Alii' is a very large evergreen tree native to the tropical areas of India, Asia, and Malaysia. It is typically grown as a large tree, shrub or houseplant. The inconspicuous flowers bloom in spring and are followed by small fruit that may be green or yellow maturing to red. A very small, non-stinging wasp is required for pollination. The simple dark green leaves are glossy and attractive, long, narrow, lance-shaped with a pointed tip – willow-like. The cultivar ‘Alii’...

Image of Ficus microcarpa var. nitida photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Curtain Fig, Glossy-leaved Fig)

Beautiful, vigorous, and narrower in leaf and in habit than most other forms of curtain fig, this broadleaf evergreen from East Asia, Australia, and the South Pacific is a popular tree for warm climates. It’s often grown in coastal communities where conditions are largely frost free. The trees are fast growing and tightly branched with leathery oval rich green leaves. New leaves may be pink or chartreuse. Its attractive bark is smooth and whitish gray providing a lovely contrast to the foliage....