Ficus 'Twilight'

weeping fig ( syn. Ficus benjamina Twilight )

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24cm pot 1.35m tall £69.99
available to order from autumn
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Buy Ficus 'Twilight' weeping fig ( syn. Ficus benjamina Twilight ): An elegant house plant

  • Position:bright but indirect light
  • Soil: good potting compost
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Hardiness: tender (indoors only)
  • Current height: approximately 135cm (+ or - 10% including the pot)

    An elegant house plant with many glossy green and cream variegated leaves creates a gorgeous weeping plant to soften any space. Perfect for adding life and structure to your room with the added benefit of helping to purify the air. Please note that the pot in the photograph is not supplied with the plant (which is sent out in a black plastic pot). They do however make excellent potted plants, and if you wish to pot yours up, we do have a wide range of pots on our website to choose from.

  • Home care: It doesn't have many needs, as long as you find a bright spot away from direct sunlight, not close to a heat source like a radiator and away from any draughts it will usually be happy. Once it has the right place try not to move it as they don't like being moved around. Water with tepid water when the soil is just starting to dry out on the surface, but don't let it dry out completely. During the winter you can reduce the watering. Mist the leaves in the summer months, and feed with a liquid fertiliser during the growing season.

  • May cause skin allergy
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Notes on Ficus 'Twilight'

"This houseplant is the best at beating pollutants that are emitted from carpeting and furniture such as formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene."

The leaves of my Ficus Benjamina 'Twilight' are dropping off, does anyone know the cause? Am I overwatering or not watering enough? It's in a corner by a north facing window with no heat sources close by.


These plants do tend to shed their leaves if they are either under- or over-watered, but I'm afraid I am not able to determine which one it could be from your description. The best course of action then is to only water the plant when the top inch or two of the compost has become quite dry - and never leave the plant sitting in water for any length of time.


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