Ficus pumila variegated - Creeping Fig - Statement Plants

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Ficus pumila variegated - Creeping Fig

An attractive climbing / trailing plant. Great for living walls with a little more colour than the standard green ficus.

Full sun to part shade

Drought tolerant

Well drained organic soil

Light frost only

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  • Slightly less vigorous than the green leaved Ficus pumila, it is a strong climber and will cover walls and fences easily. The Ficus pumila variegated variety adds a little more colour too, with the attractive white edges to its leaves.

    Position the Creeping Fig in a sunny or partially shaded spot and ensure it is watered well until established. Once established, it will tolerate short periods of drought. Ficus pumila can also be grown indoors in indirect light and makes an attractive hanging basket plant.

    When mature, the plant sends out side branches that are thicker and have larger leaves. To keep the Climbing Fig tidy and encourage the smaller leaf growth, prune or trim off these branches regularly.

    Synonyms

    Creeping Fig, Climbing Fig, Fig Ivy
    Plagiostigma pumila, Varinga repens


    Plant height Climbs to 4m or more
    Plant width Spread to 4m or more
    Habit Climbing / creeping
    Growth Cycle Perennial, evergreen
    Foliage Small heart shaped light to dark green leaves with white edges. Darker green in shade. Leaves become larger when more mature.
    Flower Insignificant.
    Flowering time
    Toxicity Sap is toxic