Ficus Triangularis Variegata got its name because the leaves are triangular. The plant has a creamy yellow leaf with irregular gray-green areas in the center. The variegation looks unique and makes a showy, small specimen greenie. The plant is unique that the difference is visible among all the leaves and no one is alike.
A small-sized tree or shrub attains a height of 2.5 to 3 meters under cultivation. The triangular leaf has irregular white edges, with clear shades of green sections in the center.
The Ficus Triangularis Variegata should be definitely present in your collection if you are looking for a pinch of vigorousness. If you’d like to check out more from our range of Ficus, click here!