Ficus quercifolia 'String of frogs'



Ficus quercifolia 'String of frogs'

Common names: Oak Leaf Creeping Fig, Oak Leaf Ficus

The String of frogs is a miniature version of Ficus pumila, the Creeping fig. It's gorgeous oak-shaped leaves are small and cover the length of its trailing stems, and it grows a little more slowly than the fig. Your String of frogs will look beautiful in a hanging basket or on top of a tall shelf, allowing it to creep and crawl in its whimsical way through your space.


Light: Medium

Water: Drought Tolerant

Ease: Easy Breezy

Pet Friendly: No

Care: The String of frogs will be happiest in a warm and humid environment (like its tropical native environment), so do your best to keep it away from drafts and give it a little extra love with regular mistings or a humidifier.

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