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Rubber Plant / Ficus Elastica

Original price was: ₹350.00.Current price is: ₹299.00.

  • Light : Bright indirect light
  • Maintenace: Low maintenance
  • Special feature : Air purifying
  • Watering : Water once a week
  • Where to grow : Bright indoor

Availability: 50 in stock

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The rubber plant, with its black glossy leaves, is a favourite of both designers and amateur gardeners. It thrives in the Indian environment and may survive for about a decade with adequate care, which is quite minimal in the first place. It is a good option for an air purifying as well as an attractive plant. Bring it home and watch it develop alongside you.

Plant Care

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Feed the plant three to four times a year with a well-balanced fertiliser. Rubber Plants should be repotted once a year. Use a pot that is one size larger than the last one.

Propogation :
There are two techniques for propagating a Rubber Plant: air layering or stem cuttings. When propagating a Rubber Plant by cuttings, acquire a nice cutting that is approximately 6 inches long to guarantee effective propagation.

Typical issues

1. Why are my Rubber Plant’s leaves falling off?

Overwatering is the most prevalent cause of leaf loss. Make certain that you only water your plant after the dirt has dried out. Leaf loss can also be caused by other factors like as poor light or cold breezes. To avoid leaf loss, relocate your plant to a brighter location.

2. Why are my Rubber Plant’s leaves turning yellow?

Overwatering causes yellowing of the leaves. Change your watering routine. Before watering, allow the top one inch of soil to dry. Yellowing of leaves can also be caused by other reasons such as a lack of light or an abrupt shift in temperature.

3. Why are the leaves on my Ficus Elastica going mushy?

Overwatering causes mushy leaves. If you see this, cease watering the plant immediately until the top 1 inch of soil is dry. When the dirt is dry, water the plant.

Design and Decoration

Light Requirements:Rubber plants can thrive in modest to strong indirect light. Keep the Rubber Plant away from direct sunlight.

Locations:A pleasant, well-lit location is perfect for the Rubber Plant.

Locations:The plant will continue to develop and be healthy as long as it is kept out of direct sunlight. Rubber Plants thrive under shady balconies, brilliantly light windows, and centre tables.

Styling/decor tip : A Rubber Plant’s wide and lustrous green leaves are eye-catching. When used as a centrepiece on your living room table, on a windowsill, or on a shelf, the Rubber Plant is lovely. When your Rubber Plant reaches a certain height, you may plant it next to your TV or in your living room and let its branches transport you to a tropical forest.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the Rubber Plant purify air?

Yes, Rubber Plant is an excellent indoor air purifying plant.

Is rubber plant pet – friendly?

No. The Rubber Plant is toxic if ingested by animals.

How often should I water my Rubber Plant?

Water your Rubber Plant only when the top 1 inch of the soil feels dry. Avoid overwatering.

What are the common names of Rubber Plant?

Rubber Plant is also known as Rubber Tree, Rubber Plant, Or Indian Rubber Bush.

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