FICUS AUDREY | THE NEW “IT” PLANT

Ficus Audrey The New IT Plant

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Say hello to Ficus Audrey, the new IT plant making a beautiful addition homes the world over. Related to the Fiddle Leaf Fig, this fun-loving cousin is said to be easier to maintain, with a more relaxed approached to its water requirements and doesn’t require as much light either. The oblong shaped leaves and slim trunk give it an understated and stylish appearance

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According to Smart Garden Guide, Ficus Audrey needs warm temperatures, bright to medium indirect light, and consistently moist, well-draining soil in a stable environment. So simple, right?!

Follow these Caree & Maintenance Instructions for Audrey and she’ll blossom just for you.

Light: Medium to bright filtered. Avoid low light. Tolerates some direct sun.

Water: When the top 5 – 7cm of soil is dry, water until liquid flows through the drainage hole and empty any water that has accumulated in the saucer to avoid root rot. Allowing the soil to dry more than a few centimeters will lead to leaf loss. Alternatively, too much moisture in the soil can lead to root rot and also cause leaves to drop.

Humidity & Environment: Ficus Audrey prefers a temperature between 18 – 24°C. Keep above 10°C. Protect from sudden temperature drops and hot or cold drafts.

Food: Feed once a month during the spring and summer with a general all-purpose liquid fertilizer for indoor plants.

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If she isn’t showing you the love, consider these points:

– Brown tips with yellow edging may suggest overwatering.

– Fully yellow leaves and crispy brown tips without yellow edging may suggest underwatering.

– Isolated, brown spots, cracks or tears on an otherwise healthy leaf and plant may suggest damage from physical trauma. Scars remain unsightly for the plant’s life.

– May drop leaves when transplanted, moved or subject to environmental changes in light or temperature.

Via Flur.ca

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STYLE YOUR AUDREY YOUR WAY

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