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Creeping fig vine, also known as fig ivy, creeping ficus and climbing fig can be a great addition to your plant collection. They work best as ground and w. . . read more >

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About Creeping Fig Plants

Creeping fig vine, also known as fig ivy, creeping ficus and climbing fig can be a great addition to your plant collection. They work best as ground and wall covering plants as this vine plant is an eager climber.

Having a scientific name as Ficus pumila, creeping fig is native to native to East Asia. It naturalized in parts of the southeastern and south-central United States. Often sold as a houseplant, these plant-bearing lush small leaves can also become a lovely table plant. They are perfect for a hanging basket.

This plant is not only attractive and easy to grow but is also a hardy houseplant. It can withstand a variety of different settings and will also be okay with a bit of neglect. The tiny leaves and rich green foliage make them a great addition to the green decor. The creeping fig requires bright, indirect light to thrive as a houseplant.

The soil should be kept damp but not excessively wet for appropriate indoor creeping fig maintenance. Before watering, make sure the top of the soil is dry. It is necessary to irrigate the top of the soil if it is dry.

The fertilizer requirements of this plant are also very breezy. In the spring and summer, you should fertilise your creeping fig once a month. In the fall and winter, don't fertilise it.

The key to having a successful creeping fig is providing as warm, humid air as possible and plenty of even moisture.

Creeping fig is easy to propagate through stem cuttings. You can take out cuttings in early spring and pot them cut-side down in a small pot filled with sterile potting mix.

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FAQ

Do creeping fig climb?

Yes, Creeping fig climbs with the help of its sticky tendrils.

Where to plant creeping fig?

Choose a spot which receives

1. Sunlight- 1-3 hours of direct or indirect bright sunlight a day is required.
2. Soil- Soil should be well drained, fertile and nutrient rich.
3. Water- Water the plant when 1-2 inch surface soil layer feels dry to touch.
4. Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer during the main growing season(June-July).

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Best time to plant creeping fig?

Best time to plant creeping fig is at the beginning of rainy season(June-July).

Does creeping fig produce fruit?

Yes, creeping fig produce fruits but they are non edible.

Why is my creeping fig dying?

The main reasons of dying Creeping fig

1. Due to over watering or less watering to plant.
2. Plant does not get proper sunlight.
3. Lack of nutrient.
4. Disease and pest infestation.

How to trim creeping fig?

Trim the mature plant parts in late winter or early spring to regrow more leaves. You can pinch stem ends to promote branching.

Is creeping fig evergreen?

Yes, Creeping fig is a evergreen plant.

Does creeping fig die in winter?

The ideal temperature for creeping fig is 15-35 degree Celsius. So, it will not grow in winter. It may survive mild winters but not at freezing temperatures.

How to propagate creeping fig?

Propagate creeping fig in early spring season(Feb-March).

1. To propagate take stem tip cutting of well mature stem to a length of 16-18 cm and remove any flowers leaves from it.
2. Then dip bottom of the cutting in rooting hormone, and Place the 3/4 portion cutting into a small container with well-draining soil and water the cuttings.
3. Rooting will start within 1-2 week.

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Will creeping fig grow in a pot?

Yes, creeping fig grows in in pot it should be of 5-7 inch upper diameter with drainage hole.

When to prune creeping fig?

Prune creeping fig in late winter (Dec-Jan).

Is creeping fig edible?

No, it is not edible plant even fruits are not edible.

Will creeping fig damage brick?

Creeping fig sticks to almost any surface with its adhesive tendrils. It will not damage the brick by itself but once attached it is difficult to remove the plant completely from the surface.

Will creeping fig grow in full sun?

Creeping fig require 1-3 hours of direct or indirect bright sunlight and plant should be protected from harsh afternoon sunlight.

Does creeping fig damage walls?

No, creeping fig does not damage walls but once attached it is difficult to remove the plant easily from attached surface.

What fertilizer for creeping fig?

Apply any organic fertilizer in main growing season (June-July).

Will creeping fig grow down a wall?

Creeping fig climbs the surface it comes in contact with. It may grow down the wall if has nothing to climb up but it may slower its growth.

Is creeping fig invasive?

No, it is not invasive.

Is creeping fig poisonous?

Creeping fig is not really poisonous however, its milky sap may cause irritation to some.

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