Ficus Altissima Variegated "Rubber Plant"
Ficus Altissima Variegated is a variety of the Ficus Altissima plant, which is also known as the Council Tree or the Indian Laurel. It is a tropical evergreen plant that is native to Southeast Asia and is commonly grown as an indoor or outdoor ornamental plant. The Ficus Altissima Variegated has leaves that are oval-shaped and slightly pointed, with prominent white, yellow or cream variegation patterns along the edges and midrib, which gives it a striking appearance. The leaves are arranged alternately on the stem and can grow up to 6 inches long. The plant can grow up to 6-10 feet tall and wide, and can be pruned to maintain a smaller size. It prefers bright, indirect light and moderate watering, and can be propagated through stem cuttings. It is a popular choice for adding a touch of color and texture to indoor spaces or as an accent plant in outdoor landscapes.