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Meet Our Newest Addition: The Weeping Fig

Meet Our Newest Addition: The Weeping Fig

Miniature indoor trees have become more popular as people look for ways to add greenery to their homes and offices. We’ve seen that as more people incorporate our money tree plants and bonsai trees into their decor.

Now we’re excited to introduce a new addition to our lineup: the weeping fig! The weeping fig is a miniature topiary tree with a unique bundled trunk and long, glossy, pointed leaves that droop in a “weeping” manner. Here are just a few reasons to love it.

It’s an Air-Purifying Plant

Air-purifying plants have become popular as people become more concerned with the toxins released by everyday household items like cleaning products, upholstery and dusty vents. The weeping fig helps purify the air by removing toxins like formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene.

It Lasts Many Years

What makes the weeping fig special is the fact that it maintains its green leaves throughout the year. A few leaves may fall due to light change or relocation but this miniature topiary tree can last for years if given the proper care and attention.

It Fits In Anywhere

One benefit of owning a miniature weeping fig is its size. With a maximum height of 3 feet, you’ll have a tree that is tall enough to look impressive but also easy to incorporate into any home or office space.

Its Care Couldn’t Be Easier

The weeping fig only needs six ice cubes a week, as well as bright, indirect sunlight and temperatures between 65-85 degrees F. It’s super simple for anyone to maintain, which also makes it a great gift. For more tips on how to care for your weeping fig, check out this short guide.

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