FICUS BENJAMINA 'NATASJA' Potted plant, Weeping fig,

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Plants can boost your well-being and make the home more vibrant. This plant is fast-growing and new leaves grow if leaves fall off. Remember that it can be sensitive to dryness and placement changes.

Article Number568.046.13

Product details

Decorate your home with plants combined with a plant pot to suit your style.

Article Number568.046.13
  • Native to South East Asia, Australia and Africa.

    Fast growing.

    Sensitive to draught.

    Sensitive to placement changes.

    This plant is sensitive to low light and placement changes. This may be the cause if the leaves start to fall off.

    Give your plants a boost with fertiliser every month. If you notice that the plant has gone dormant - let it be until next season.

    IKEA provides all potted plants with nutrient-rich soil, repotting is not needed until 1 year after purchase.

    Remove dust every now and then to allow the plant to get as much light as possible.

    The height of the plants can vary.

  • Material
    Plant/ Substrate:
    Cultivated potted plant
    Pot:
    Polypropylene plastic
    Care
    Others

    Only for decoration, not suitable for consumption.

    Placement

    For indoor use

    Place in a light area, out of direct sunlight.

    Temperature

    Minimum temperature 15°C.

    Water

    Water moderately.

Measurements

Diameter of plant pot: 12 cm

Height of plant: 40 cm

  • FICUS BENJAMINA 'NATASJA'Article Number568.046.13

    Length: 38 cm

    Weight: 0.60 kg

    Diameter: 17 cm

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

3.9(9)
Attractive plantVerified BuyerHad to sort through quite a few of the plants, some were very dry and shedding leaves.4
Cool little plantVerified BuyerGood plant for the house and worth buying again. Looks great in window5
Leaves inside dried easilyPlantlady1234The plant had lots of dry leaves in the middle, and more and more by the day. I've got two other ficuses (not from IKEA) and they are doing well, but this one, I tried so hard but couldn't save it. It kept growing at the end of the branches, nice and green, but the middle bit just couldn't be revived. It ended up looking more like a sad weeping willow with no foliage in the middle, so I gave up and Benjamin went to the compost bin. :(1
looks beautiful in mylougecher62beautiful plant looks lovely in my lounge5
Wouldn’t recommendannajanetThe plant died within 2 weeks of bringing it home! All the leaves fell off. I find this to be a recurring problem with plants from ikea1
Harries the Flat PlantFlat 7Harries is now an integral part of our flat family. He rarely complains or asks for anything, just leave him near a window and give him some water every now and again and he's grand. Way easier to take care of Harries than a dog or cat. We wouldn't change him for the world.5
beautifulsara marialovely plant, it gives nice decor and it does make a difference to your room. it could be placed in any room from your house or flat etc.5
SparkyrNice plant lovely in bathroom4
So healthyLoloLooked so healthy when I bought it and is getting better by the day.5

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FICUS BENJAMINA 'NATASJA' Potted plant, Weeping fig, 12 cm

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Fast-growing ray of sunshine

Plants can boost your well-being and make your home more vibrant. This plant is fast-growing, so you may need to trim it to keep its shape. Also remember that it’s slightly sensitive to dryness, placement changes and direct sunlight. It can make the leaves fall off – but not to worry, new ones grow so you can enjoy the plant for a long time.