There’s nothing quite like an indoor plant for turning a house into a home. Bringing life, energy and a whole lot of adorableness (and clean, purified air!) into your space, plants are a must-have addition for any stylish space.
The pretty foliage and large leaves of these indoor tree species can't be beat. Grown big, decorative house plants in any room of your home by adding one of these varieties to your collection. Between popular beauties like fiddle leaf figs, low-light tolerant parlor palms, and drought-resistant yucca trees, there's something for every kind of gardener.
Rubber Tree Plant Potting – When Does Rubber Plant Need A New Pot
Rubber trees make great indoor potted plants, but at some point you'll need to give them more room. Use the information found in this article to learn about rubber tree plant potting and when repotting is necessary. Click here for more info.
Rubber Tree Branching Tips: Why Won’t My Rubber Tree Branch Out
The rubber tree plant (Ficus elastica) can sometimes be temperamental, growing upward and refusing to grow side branches. There are a few reasons why your rubber tree won’t branch. Click on the following article and get your rubber tree branching this year.
The Rubber Tree or Ficus elastica is a characterized by its glossy burgundy leaves. A dramatic edition to any space, they do well in medium light, watered weekly. Its latex sap was once used in rubber production! Shop The Sill's collection of houseplants and indoor plants for delivery.