Growing a rubber tree plant can be frustrating if all its needs are not met. So when learning how to care for rubber tree houseplants, or even outdoors, there are a few key things you should know to find success. Read the pages that follow and your rubber tree plant care will be easy.
Usually grown indoors, healthy rubber tree plants tend to be pest resistant. However, they can be infested by several sap-sucking pests. What to do if you notice rubber plant insects? Click this article for helpful tips and additional information.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
The rubber tree plant (Ficus elastica) can sometimes be temperamental, growing upward and refusing to grow side branches. There are a few reasons why your rubber tree won’t branch. Click on the following article and get your rubber tree branching this year.
Nothing disrupts a plant?s aesthetics more than the presence of unsightly yellow leaves. Right now, I seem to have lost my gardening mojo because my rubber plant leaves are turning yellow. Find a solution for yellow rubber tree leaves in this article.
Rubber trees make great indoor potted plants, but at some point you'll need to give them more room. Use the information found in this article to learn about rubber tree plant potting and when repotting is necessary. Click here for more info.
Rubber tree plants are fairly easy to care for but dislike being moved and are fussy about water. Rubber plant watering must provide matching moisture to what the plants would find in their native Southeast Asian habitat. Learn about watering these plants here.
If you?ve grown a rubber tree plant, especially the Burgundy type, and noticed what appears to be a beautiful flower unfurling, you might begin to wonder if rubber plant blooms or if this is your imagination. Find out in this article.
Although rubber tree plant is relatively trouble-free, it can fall prey to various pests and diseases that can cause leaf curl on rubber plants. What causes rubber plant leaves to curl? There are several possible reasons. This article will help.
Rubber trees are hardy and versatile house plants, which leads many people to wonder a??How do you get a start of a rubber tree plant?a?? Propagating rubber tree plants is easy and this article will help.
If your rubber plant is losing leaves, it can be alarming. It can leave a plant owner wondering a??why do leaves drop off rubber plants?a?? There are many reasons for rubber tree leaf drop. Read here for more info.
Rubber tree plants tend to get rather large and need to be pruned in order to control their size. Pruning a rubber tree plant isn?t overly complicated and it actually responds well to pruning. This article will help.
A rubber tree plant is isn't as difficult to grow and care for as one might think. The following article provides tips that will help with the care of a rubber tree plant. Click here for more information.
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