Rubber Plant, 2-pack


1677451

Regular price $111.98
  • USDA Hardiness Zone: All Zones
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  • Variegated
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  • Easy to Grow
  • Lovely and ornamental, The Tineke Rubber Plant 2 pack, more commonly known as the Variegated Rubber Plant shrub, is a beautiful ornamental houseplant that has been rising in popularity! Boasting gorgeous variegated foliage that has green and white leaves with creamy white margins, the Ficus elastica ‘Tineke’ is one of the easiest houseplants to grow. In between the leaf variegation, dark pink veins will separate the green leaves into two halves. New growth emerges with pink tints that give the Tineke ficus a unique look. Perfect for any room in the home, office, bedroom, bathroom, or sunroom – the Ficus Tineke plant adds a burst of color and greenery to spruce up your decor.


    Rubbery and radiant, the Burgundy Rubber Plant 2 Pack is just what you need to add a sophisticated aesthetic to your house. The Burgundy Rubber Plant is a strikingly dark specimen that will make your houseplant collection stand out. The thick, glossy leaves will change in color if their sun exposure varies and keeps you on your toes year-long. This plant is native to North-Eastern India and is known for its sticky sap giving it the nickname rubber plant. The low maintenance qualities allow it to be grown almost anywhere and with ease!

    Product Details

    • Type: Houseplant
    • Quantity: 2 Plants
    • Shipping Size: 10in. pot
    • Shipping Age: 2-3 Years
    • USDA Zone: All Zones
    • Light Needs: Partial Sun to Partial Shade
    • Water Needs: Regularly
    • Growth Habit: Upright
    • Special Features: Filters air, variegated foliage, easy to grow indoors, unique leaves
    • Landscape Uses: Indoors, container-grown

    Planting Tips & Instructions
    Rubber plant care is extremely easy! Follow these simple tips to keep your variegated rubber tree happy and healthy. Rubber plant soil should be well draining with lots of nutrients. You can amend regular potting soil with perlite or peat to help aerate the potting mix. Repot your rubber plant every few years as it outgrows its current pot. You will know when it is time to repot the ficus when it becomes rootbound. Fertilize the rubber tree annually with a slow release fertilizer to help with healthy growth during the active growing season. Be sure to choose a container with a drainage hole because it does not like root rot or waterlogged soil at the bottom of the pot.

    While every effort has been made to describe these plants accurately, please note that height, bloom time, and color may differ in various climates.

    Restrictions
    This product does not ship to CA, AK, HI, PR or AZ.