Looking for more color? Don’t have the time for a fussy plant? Let us introduce you to the newest rubber tree on the scene. Nearly identical to the ‘Tineke’, Ruby Pink's blush color becomes amplified with consistent bright light, creating a spectacular show of pinky-reds and greens. The moody color combo is certainly eye-catching but the enormous paddle-shaped leaves are what keep us coming back to the Ficus elastica for more.
Grow Pot Size: 4", 6" and 10”
Overall Height Including Grow Pot: 8-22" depending on grow pot size
Plant Care Level: Easy
The Ficus‘Ruby Pink' is blush in color and becomes amplified with consistent bright light.
Ficus 'Ruby Pink' Care Tips
How to care for information:
- Ensure you are following a consistent watering routine. Sometimes when a ficus plant is moved, it will go into shock causing it to lose leaves. Don’t worry as this is only temporary. If you find a spot with bright light, keep it there.
- Try not to let the plant become super dried out stage as the very dry soil then wet soil action can result in edema which is essentially moisture stress. Keep a consistent watering routine.
- Sometimes when new leaves cannot become fully developed, it means there is a lack of nutrients or sunlight.
The Ficus 'Ruby Pink' Story
Where is it from?
The Ficus 'Ruby Pink' is native to tropical regions of India and Malaysia.
Who is the Ficus 'Ruby Pink'?
A cute, more delicate member of the Ficus family. This one can be a little fussy but once you find the perfect spot for it, it will be an absolute staple in your home.
Good For You!
Sleep? Ficus plants make excellent additions to bedrooms with their expansiveness. They can create an instant jungle!
Breath? Ficus plants are known for their air-purifying properties. Place this plant in your home and enjoy the benefits of fresh, clean air.
Is the Ficus 'Ruby Pink' the right plant for me?
The Ficus 'Ruby Pink' is fairly easy to care for. Place it in a bright location and it will showcase its beautiful ruby pink leaves. It does have some temperamental qualities to it such as curling of its leaves when it needs to be watered or in a place with higher humidity. Other than that, this Ficus is more forgiving than its other family members.
Pet Friendly: The Ficus is not pet-friendly.
Location Suggestions: Living Room, Bedroom, Office Plants