Ficus Alli is a relatively new variety and makes a fabulous easy care plant. and is less fussy than it's cousin Ficus benjamina and is an extremely attractive indoor tree.
Ficus Alii has an upward growth, long, thick, slightly curved, narrow olive green leaves, which hang downward. It prefers to be pot bound and can grow to be up to 10’ feet tall with leaves around 3” to 10” long. however you can control the size of your plant with regular pruning.
Light: bright, indirect light but can tolerate partial shade. Direct sunlight may scorch the leaves. It is less likely than other Ficus to drop its leaves when moved.
Water: Avoid overwatering Ficus trees or expect leaf drop. Be careful not to let Ficus Alii plants sit in water. Wait until the top inch or so of the soil has dried out after thoroughly watering again.
Temperature: Average household temperatures, avoid cold draughts.
Feed: Use a complete liquid fertilizer once a month during the growing season.
Size: Pot Diameter x Total Height - 21cm x 100cm
Choose a cover pot with a 24cm+ opening
NOTE: This plant is toxic to pets if ingested.