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Large Ficus Tineke- $70.00
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  • Indirect bright light
  • Water every 2 weeks

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Details About This Plant:

Perhaps one of the most bizarre variegations in the Ficus family, the Ficus 'Tineke' produces almost a "camouflage" variegation that composes of dark green, cream, and just a hint of pink. 

The ficus family can have a bad rap because of their hard-to-please nature, but the Tinekes would be happy anywhere you can comfortable read a book (in other words, indirect bright light). THAT, is the key to keeping a ficus plant happy. They also like to be kept dry in between waterings so water only when the first two inches of the soil are dry, that should look like a once every 2 week watering schedule depending on your indoor environment. So not quite a hard plant per se, just give the plant some extra light, will ya?!

Large Ficus Tineke

- $70.00
Take 25% with code 'BFCM2022', redeem in cart page

  • Indirect bright light
  • Water every 2 weeks

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STEP 1: PICK A FANCY POT!
Made from fine ceramic, pot will arrive fully soiled.

Original Plastic Growers Pot
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Buffalo- Gray Ceramic
+$75.00

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11.5in D x 11.5in H

Gentlefolk- White Ceramic
+$75.00

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11.5in D x 11.5in H

Norfolk- Black Ceramic
+$75.00

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11.5in D x 11.5in H

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Details About This Plant:

Perhaps one of the most bizarre variegations in the Ficus family, the Ficus 'Tineke' produces almost a "camouflage" variegation that composes of dark green, cream, and just a hint of pink. 

The ficus family can have a bad rap because of their hard-to-please nature, but the Tinekes would be happy anywhere you can comfortable read a book (in other words, indirect bright light). THAT, is the key to keeping a ficus plant happy. They also like to be kept dry in between waterings so water only when the first two inches of the soil are dry, that should look like a once every 2 week watering schedule depending on your indoor environment. So not quite a hard plant per se, just give the plant some extra light, will ya?!

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