Ficus Audrey is one of the easiest of the indoor fig trees to grow. Easy to keep alive and has a beautiful shape as it matures.
Not yet a very well known type of fig tree The Audrey Ficus Tree is quickly growing in popularity. It’s large leaves which are a little like a rubber plant. It has pale green veins that show up beautifully against the emerald green of the leaf. This particular Ficus Tree is a beautiful addition to any home. Look out Fiddle Leaf Fig, this fig tree is easier to grow in the home.
Ficus Audrey trees are easier to grow than Fiddle Leaf Figs. Great for beginner plant parents.
A plant that looks attractive as a stand-alone specimen or as part of a mixed display. Larger specimens are especially useful as feature plants in warm, well-lit atria, shopping malls and offices. A tree of dense growth and pendant habit which may grow to several metres in height. The shiny, deep green leaves are up to 25 centimetres long and tapering to a slender point. Leaf width depends on variety and ranges from two to three centimetres (“Alii”) to five to six centimetres (“Amstel King”). In common with most fig species, the leaves and bark exude a milky-white liquid when damaged.