Umbellata Ficus trees are popular for a variety of reasons. They are beautiful and interesting plants that can be used in a variety of settings. Additionally, they are tolerant of a variety of conditions and can survive in a wide range of climates.
Ficus ‘Umbellata’ – 6″ Pot
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Ficus, or Umbellata, is a genus of over 900 species of trees and shrubs in the family Moraceae. They are native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world, and are often found in moist areas such as rain forests. In addition to their ornamental value, many Ficus species are used for food, timber, and medicinal plants.
- Ficus is both timbers and shade plants that can promote physical, emotional, mental and spiritual wellbeing.
- Its flowering season lasts from mid-September to late February.
- The leaves are large which are used once the flowers have bloomed to provide a carpet of blue or purple throughout the garden with just a little pruning tidying needed.
- Its appearance provides a natural break in the asphalt where water seeps for an oasis of green coolness below.
- 200-liter shrub container
- Drainage holes
- Edges are rolled for easier installation and neat appearance.
- Made from non-abrasive recycled material
- More than 900 species of trees and shrubs
- Many are native to tropical or subtropical regions
- Known for its ornamental value, some are used as food plants
- Native to the tropics and subtropics.
- Plant is easy to manage and maintain, but can grow too large for many homes and tastes.
- Timber can come from Ficus trees, who have an extensive root system.
- Diverse range of uses may be sourced from this plants broad leaf canopy as well- edible products, valuable fruit/nuts, essential oil, sustainable timber etc.