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Ficus Pumila Creeping Fig Plant

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Ficus Pumila Creeping Fig Plant


Ficus Pumila is a fast-growing, creeping fig tree that thrives in zones 8-11. Grown naturally, it reaches a size of 6-8 inches.

Ficus Pumila Creeping Fig

Ficus pumila, also known as Creeping Fig, is a popular houseplant and garden plant for its versatility and ease of care. It is a native of Southeast Asia and can be grown indoors or outdoors, depending on the climate.

Creeping Fig is a fast-growing vine that can reach up to 15 feet long. It has small, heart-shaped leaves that are glossy and dark green. Creeping Fig can be trained to climb walls, fences, or trellises, or it can be allowed to cascade over the sides of a pot.

Creeping Fig is a low-maintenance plant and is tolerant of a wide range of growing conditions. It prefers bright, indirect light, but it can also tolerate some shade. Creeping Fig is also drought-tolerant, but it will benefit from regular watering during the growing season.

Here are some tips for caring for Creeping Fig:

  • Plant Creeping Fig in a well-drained potting mix or garden soil.
  • Water the plant regularly, especially during the growing season.
  • Fertilize the plant every few weeks with a balanced fertilizer.
  • Mist the plant regularly, especially if you live in a dry climate.
  • Prune the plant regularly to control its growth and shape.

Creeping Fig is a beautiful and versatile plant that is a great addition to any home or garden. It is easy to care for and can be grown in a variety of conditions.

Gelsemium Sempervirens, Carolina Jessamine

Gelsemium sempervirens, also known as Carolina jessamine, is a twining evergreen vine native to the southeastern United States, Mexico, and Guatemala. It is a member of the family Gelsemiaceae, and is related to the true jasmines of the genus Jasminum. Carolina jessamine is the state flower of South Carolina.

Carolina jessamine is a vigorous grower, and can reach heights of 10-20 feet. It has glossy, dark green leaves and produces clusters of fragrant, trumpet-shaped, yellow flowers in the spring. The flowers are attractive to bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies. Carolina jessamine is a popular ornamental plant, and is often used to cover fences, trellises, and other structures. It can also be grown as a groundcover.

Despite its beauty, Carolina jessamine is all parts poisonous. Ingestion can cause a variety of symptoms, including nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, and seizures. In severe cases, poisoning can be fatal. It is important to keep Carolina jessamine out of reach of children and pets.

Carolina jessamine has a long history of use in herbal medicine. Native Americans used it to treat a variety of ailments, including malaria, fever, and headaches. European settlers also used Carolina jessamine medicinally, and it was once listed in the United States Pharmacopoeia. However, due to its toxicity, Carolina jessamine is no longer used in conventional medicine.

Here are some tips for growing Carolina jessamine:

  • Plant Carolina jessamine in full sun to partial shade.
  • Amend the soil with compost or other organic matter before planting.
  • Water Carolina jessamine regularly, especially during the first year after planting.
  • Fertilize Carolina jessamine in the spring with a balanced fertilizer.
  • Prune Carolina jessamine as needed to maintain its desired shape and size.

Please note: Carolina jessamine is all parts poisonous. Ingestion can cause serious health problems, including death. Keep Carolina jessamine out of reach of children and pets.

Please note that the plant will be shipped in its pot, securely fastened with multiple layers of clear tape to prevent any shifting or damage during transit. This ensures that the plant arrives to you with minimal damage, safely and securely. We have been employing this method for shipping plants for several years, occasionally using smaller pots for added safety and convenience during transit. It's important to understand that many plants enter a dormant state during the fall and winter months, resulting in the loss of most leaves and appearing dry or lifeless. This is a natural process, and come springtime, they will begin to regrow and thrive once again. Please be aware that due to regulations set by the Department of Agriculture, there are certain plants and sizes that we are unable to ship to California. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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