Rubber plants are a hardy and resilient indoor plant that look great in any home. These stunning trees can grow up to 3m tall indoors when in the right conditions.
Rubber plants earned their name thanks to their sap, which is sometimes used to make rubber. The rubber plant’s leaves also have a shiny and rubbery appearance.
Thrives in bright indirect light. Can benefit from a few hours of direct sun.
However, prolonged harsh direct sunlight can result in scorched leaves. Be careful when placing this plant in front of a window - the window can intensify the rays on a hot summers day.
Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.
These plant are toxic to pets. So steer clear of munching mouths.
Sad Plant Signs
Yellow leaves, wet potting mix: Overwatering
Crispy, curling leaves: Thirsty plant, under watered or low humidity
Leaf drop: Low light
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