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The Ficus benghalensis ‘Audrey’ is a plant that stands out for its thick leaves that resemble leather, oval and sub-long.

The veins are usually predominantly pale pink.

In their natural habitat they can reach up to 2 m in height, but they adapt well to a small pot and when pruned they only reach the desired height to adapt to the interior of a house. 

The Ficus are one of the best plants that we can choose to purify the air in the environment where they are inserted. These distinguish themselves from the rest by having a darker tone, being an excellent complement to any urban jungle being easy to care for and giving a unique tropical touch.


Light: It prefers abundant indirect light, tolerating partial light and also direct light at the beginning or end of the day.

Direct sunlight can burn the leaves.


Temperature: It prefers a mild and humid climate with a temperature between 16-24ºC, it can even withstand temperatures as low as 12ºC for short periods. Avoid droughts during cold periods.


Watering: When the substrate starts to get slightly dry, water abundantly and evenly throughout the area, letting the excess water drain out.

Do not allow excess water as it will lead to rotting of the plant, one of the symptoms is the fall of leaves on the plant. It is resistant to drought conditions.


Fertilization: Apply a dose of light fertilizer by fertigation once a month during spring.


Tips: Regularly clean the dust that can accumulate on the leaves with a damp cloth. Excessive watering or lack of light can induce leaf drop.


Air purifier:  Ficus have the ability to purify the air of toxins by renewing it around them.


Toxicity: Leaves are toxic when ingested, keep away from pets and children.


Origin: India, Pakistan and Sri-Lanka.

Ficus benghalensis ‘Audrey’

SKU: P2362
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