Creeping Fig Plants
Creeping fig vine, also known as fig ivy, creeping ficus and climbing fig can be a great addition to your ground and wall covering plant collection as . . . Show More >
Creeping fig vine, also known as fig ivy, creeping ficus and climbing fig can be a great addition to your ground and wall covering plant collection as this vine plant is an eager climber.
Having a scientific name as Ficus pumila, creeping fig is native to native to East Asia (China, Japan, Vietnam) and naturalized in parts of the southeastern and south-central United States. Often sold as a houseplant, this plant bearing lush small leaves can also become a lovely table plant or plant perfect for a hanging basket.
This plant is not only attractive and easy to grow but is also a hardy houseplant that can withstand a variety of different settings and will also be okay with a bit of neglect.
Creeping Fig requires a lot of bright indirect light and soil should be kept moist but not soaking wet. Check the topsoil layer, if it’s dry then water. The fertilizer requirements of this plant are also very breezy.
Once month fertilization in spring and summer is good for your creeping fig but winter months requires no fertilization. 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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