Ficus Tineke

The watercolored wonder
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Color - Sunset Orange
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Ficus Tineke at a Glance
Water once a month with
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40"-48" tall (including pot)
Can reach 10 feet tall indoors
Complements the ambiance of gathering areas
Ficus Tineke Bio
The exquisite Ficus Tineke is a North East India native, known for its colorful leaves and milky sap that can be used to produce rubber. Its waxy ovate leaves flaunt beautiful soft shades of pink, green, and white, making it a perfect fit for any space. In addition to its striking beauty and undeniable radiance, the Ficus Tineke is also a wonderfully low-maintenance and “forgiving” plant.
Light Instructions
Ficus Tineke grows best in a space with bright direct light, where the sunlight streams inside directly, and can also adapt to spaces with bright indirect light, where the sun rays are diffused. Avoid placing it in spaces with low light or spaces without natural sunlight.
How does self-watering work?
  • 1
    Simply open the lid and fill with water
  • 2
    The plant drinks only when needed
  • 3
    The result - healthy, long-lived plants that are easy to maintain
self watering
easyplant benefits
  • Carefree and convenient
  • Never worry about when to water
  • Much healthier plants that live longer
  • We use proven Waterwick TM technology to optimize water consumption
Water every1 Month1 Week
Over compacted dry soilNeverCommon
Easily know when to waterYesNo
Stable root growthYesNo
Ficus Tineke Care
The more indirect light the Ficus Tineke gets, the better the chances are that its leaves will retain their beautiful pink and ruby hues. To help it grow optimally and evenly, occasionally dust the leaves with a microfiber cloth and rotate the pot by a ¼ turn once a month. Rotating will ensure the leaves get the light they need on all of their leaves.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Ficus Tineke Need a lot of Light?
Ficus Tineke needs a decent amount of light, especially to keep their color variegation. Bright, direct light in the early morning hours is suitable, but diffuse the incoming light in the afternoons when the sun's rays are much harsher. You can do so with a sheer curtain over the window. This method will allow for sufficient light while avoiding leaf scorch.
How Big Does a Ficus Tineke Get?
The average height for the Ficus Tineke indoors is 5 or 6 feet. However, the range of growth of this plant indoors is between 2-10 feet. Outdoors the Ficus Tineke can reach massive heights of 50 feet.