|Type Of Flowering Plant||Natural|
|Botanical Name||Ixora foliosa|
|Usage/Application||For Hedges and screens|
|Other Necessities||Well Watered|
|Bloom Time||Flowers freely|
|Soil Specific||Well-drained soil|
|Height When Fully Grown||4 to 6 feet|
|Common Name||flame of the woods,Rugmini|
|Sunlight||At least four hours a day of direct sunlight.|
|Soil ph||moderate to slightly acidic|
|Water||Water moderately during the active growth period,allowing the top centimeter 0.4 inches|
|Fertilizer||Apply standard liquid fertilizer every two weeks during the active growth period only.|
Ixoras like a lot of water. They are woody plants and develop a strenuous root system which must be satisfied with adequate moisture.
They are acid-loving plants. They grow best in a acidic, rich, well-drained soil. If the soil pH is or becomes alkaline, leaves turn yellow and then need an application or two of a chelated iron supplement for plants.
Since these are heavy-blooming plants, feed with one of the complete liquid foliar fertilizers every four to six weeks from spring through fall.
It was a lovely shell pink. Flower heads were not quite as compact as those of Ixora chinensis but formed almost continuously. The color was unusual at the time among Ixoras for it is definite and constant. Some ixoras open pink, and then turn to varying shades of coral.
|Color||Yellow green color plant|
|Botanical Name||Ficus benjamina|
|Height When Fully Grown||2 to 30 m|
|Soil Specific||Rich, humus and well-drained soil|
|Spread||4 to 8 inches|
|Common Name||Safari Ficus|
|Bloom Time||The flowers are inconspicuous.|
|Climate||warm temperate zone|
|Temperature||hey need to be kept in temperatures above 60 degrees F(16 degrees C) and actually prefer temperature|
|Fertilizer||Feed with slow-release pellets in the beginning of the growing season.|
Ficus is found in the semi- warm temperate zone, climatic condition in this region makes it suitable for its growth, it is evergreen with unique blooming flowers and utilizes the wasp species for pollination.
Ficus is common plant for the home and office landscape plant because of its less maintenance and exotic appearance. Imagine a mini tree plant with complete tree trunk and canopy. It is known to beautify many homes and offices with its unique features.
In order to keep the plant in a good condition, regular misting of the plant with water is recommended, it is also good to constantly check the top soil which should be damp but not too wet.
Weeping fig (Ficus Benjamina) was part of NASA Clean Air Study and it was found to be effective in removing formaldehyde, xylene and toluene.