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(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...

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Felder Rushing

(Rubber Plant, Variegated Rubbertree)

The rubbertree is a very large evergreen tree native to parts of southeastern and southern Asia. It is often grown as a houseplant due to its ability to withstand lower light levels and less than ideal building atmospheres.

Ficus elastica 'Variegata' has large oval leaves, which are thick, glossy and beautifully variegated. The leaf centers are pale green and dark green and the edges are creamy white. Newly emerging leaves are beautifully red hued.

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Image of Ficus lyrata photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Banjo Fig, Fiddleleaf Fig)

Fiddleleaf figs are very large evergreen plants native to parts of western and central Africa. It is often grown as a houseplant due to its ability to withstand low light levels and less than ideal atmosphere in buildings. Ficus lyrata is grown primarily for its large, thick, glossy green fiddle or lyre-shaped leaves. The leaves are corrugated and waxy. Outdoors, in warm climates, this plant can grow into a large shade tree; as an interior plant it remains a manageable size due to roots...

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Mark A. Miller

(Fig-mulberry, Sycamore Fig)

Ancient Egyptians considered the sycamore fig the "tree of life." Not only was its spreading branches loved for casting shade, but the copious fruit production and timber made it a prized economical asset. Many Egyptian tombs are graced with dried fruits and lumber from this revered tree. Sycamore fig is native to the savannas and highland forests across sub-Saharan Africa, mainly north of the Tropic of Capricorn. Today, it's naturalized across many parts of the Middle East, including Egypt, Lebanon,...

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James Burghardt

(Chinese Parasoltree)

Intersting smooth green and gray bark and the large, tropical-looking leaves of Chinese parasol tree are lovely, especially when contrasted by the wispy sprays of flowers in summer. A fast growing deciduous tree from Southeast Asia, from Vietnam eastward to the southern islands of Japan, it develops an upright, rounded canopy. Its leaves are large, dark green and have three to seven lobes. In summer the green branch tips are covered in thinly branched panicles, or clusters of its tiny, yellow-green...