Ficus Audrey - Benghalensis


Originating in India, this easy to care for houseplant is fast becoming one of the most popular houseplant choices, with ovate leaves that have a... Read More

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Please be aware that this plant is not despatched Friday or weekends.

This ensures the nursery cares for your plants until they are placed on the truck and avoids them sitting in depots.

Originating in India, this easy to care for houseplant is fast becoming one of the most popular houseplant choices, with ovate leaves that have a velvety texture. The Ficus Audrey likes a pot where it’ll get plenty of indirect yet bright sunlight, so an east facing window is ideal. Keep the soil moist and be careful not to overwater; this plant prefers soil that is consistently, evenly moist. Find more beautiful indoor plants in our wide range.

Item Details

Features
  • Current height: approximately 60cm (including pot)
Product code
00533514

Features

How much sun: Partial shade
Eventual height: 30cm - 60cm
Features:
  • Current height: approximately 60cm (including pot)

Delivery : This plant will be despatched via courier service or Royal Mail within 5 working days. Please note plants are not despatched on a Friday. All plants are dispatched using specialised plant boxes to ensure optimum travel.

Delivery for this item is £4.99.

We deliver to the majority of addresses in England, Wales and Scotland. Unfortunately, there are some areas that we are unable to deliver to including Northern Ireland, The Isle of Man, The Isle of Wight, Scottish Isles and The Channel Isles.

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