Ficus have a special place is our hearts for the vast variances and diversity in the genus itself. A lot of species are some of the main food sources for a wide variety of jungle mammals. Some cultivars make for amazing houseplants such as this one! Triangularis make for a great species to bonsai.
These need bright indirect light. They can handle 2-3 hours of direct sun if it is morning or evening light, though not required as long as they are in a bright space still. Ficus can go somewhat dry in the soil between thorough waterings. It is best to wait until the soil is about 3/4ths of the way dry from the top. This can usually be between about once week for juvenile Ficus this size, though you will always want to ensure it is dry before watering! When re-potting use a semi-coarse soil that will drain well.
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