Ficus triangularis variegata with fruit!

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Heather

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Hey y’all!
So, working back in the plant world again since March and it’s only taken a short time for the plant bug to bite again! We have a bad habit of sending employees home with free plants! Gateway drugs….anyway, one free plant has led me to think I can grow things and so now I have about 30. Just starting to think about orchids again now that I’m in the mood to care again. Anyway, one of my new friends seems happy and has graced me with fruit! Neat huh? Doubt they will get much bigger than this. Ficus triangularis variegata. Southeast facing window.
 

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KyushuCalanthe

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Nice plant! Where’s the fruit?
They're in the vid man, the vid.

Welcome back into the world of addiction Heather, but pace yourself. It took some time, but I managed to locate actual science-based information on this species among the litter of people peddling stuff. It is a native of central Africa from Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, and westward to Gambia, Sierra Leone and Senegal. Listed as growing up to 80 tall.
 

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They're in the vid man, the vid.

Welcome back into the world of addiction Heather, but pace yourself. It took some time, but I managed to locate actual science-based information on this species among the litter of people peddling stuff. It is a native of central Africa from Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, and westward to Gambia, Sierra Leone and Senegal. Listed as growing up to 80 feet tall.
 
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