Trendy and uncommon, the Variegated Ficus triangularis is a must have show piece. With it’s thick and waxy triangular leaves, edged in creamy white, each leaf is different and unique.The ficus triangularis variegata does well in all normal household temperatures. But try to keep the plant away from drafts or heat/AC registers since they can be drama queens. In fact, this girl will throw a fit if it’s too cold, too dry or even moved to a new spot she doesn’t care for. She likes humidity, so mist her if the air is dry. If you notice her dropping leaves, make sure her needs are tended to and she will bounce back gracefully.All ficus are moderately toxic to cats and dogs, so keep it out of your pet’s curious paws.With all your attention and love, she will pay you back by purifying the air. Yay!