Ficus Piluma (commonly known as the Creeping or Climbing Fig) has small heart-shaped leaves that densely cover its long stems. Its growing habits make it a versatile plant indoors. To show off its thickly leafed vines, put this trailing, climbing, creeping plant in a hanging basket.There are two types of Ficus Piluma, there is the Ficus Piluma Bellus which is variegated and the Ficus Piluma which is purely green.
Pot size: 11
Available as a set of two or four.
Don’t overwater: water thoroughly when mixing pot is dry 1 inch down. Reduce water in the winter when growth has slowed.
Prune it back: this plant is fast-growing and needs some help from you to shape it or train it. Prune off new stems regularly to encourage branching and to shape them as they grow.
Repot in Spring: This creeping ficus houseplant prefers to be slightly pot-bound. Repot every 3 years, moving to a pot 1 size larger or keep it in the same pot and just give it fresh potting mix.