Commonly known as: Ficus audrey
The Audrey grows staggeringly tall because of its woody stem, making your dream of having an indoor tree come true. The Audrey requires regular pruning to maintain its shape, but otherwise it is quite easy to care for – especially compared to its finicky relative the fiddle leaf fig!
Common varieties of these plants have been cultivated since ancient times for their fruits, and they also have a lot of cultural importance as objects of worship.
Keep them in bright rooms. Most varieties can handle some direct sun.
Keep the soil slightly moist. Water when the top soil feels dry.
This plant needs some care
Not safe for pets
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