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Delray Plants 8-3/4 in. Ficus Pandurata Bush in Pot
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Delray Plants

8-3/4 in. Ficus Pandurata Bush in Pot

  • Low maintenance plant with beautiful large leaves
  • Widely used in interior design settings
  • Highly rated for quality (see reviews)
$29.97 /each

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The Delray Plants pandurata bush (fig) has large gorgeous leaves representing a masterpiece of nature. This foliage is a living piece of art unlike any other. It is among the trendiest indoor plants.

  • Do not recommend shipping to states currently experiencing extreme cold weather/temperatures
  • Prominently veined obovate leaves
  • Tropical looking plant with long stems and large leaves
  • Leaves are out of the ordinary typical houseplants
  • Direct from farm, farm fresh
  • Shipping height between 24 in. - 34 in. sleeved

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How tall will the plant be when it arrives?

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Maryland
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August 13, 2016
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Mine was much smaller than I expected, about 12" tall. Very healthy and beautiful though. Two stalks in the pot.
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October 31, 2015
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My plant arrived 22" tall.
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Nashville, TN
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October 6, 2015
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Mine was about 16"-18"
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September 29, 2015
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about 2 ft.
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Would repotting immediately to a 10.75 inch diameter pot be ok?

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September 8, 2016
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Yes, it should t be a problem.
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September 8, 2016
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Hello!
The Ficus Pandurata (Ficus lyrata) can be kept in the original grow pot for another 4 to 6 months minimum with proper conditions and care. However if you choose, you may change its container to the 10.75 inch pot or up-pot into a 12” size container anytime you want to. When you uppot use a good quality potting mix that is formulated for foliage or house plants.
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Change pots

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I bought my plant about 7 months ago. Both stems are in the same bit pot. Can I separate them? Will this make them grow more? Do you have any tips to do this so it doesn't affect the plant negatively? Thanks!
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Hello!
The Ficus Pandurata Bush (Ficus lyrata) can be a challenge to successfully separate and establish individually in new pots. However, it is possible if handled accordingly and the plants are not overly root bound or over grown.
1. Remove the plant and make a clean cut half way between the two plants.
2. Try to maintain as much of the existing root structure as possible.
3. Repot into same size
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Hello!
The Ficus Pandurata Bush (Ficus lyrata) can be a challenge to successfully separate and establish individually in new pots. However, it is possible if handled accordingly and the plants are not overly root bound or over grown.
1. Remove the plant and make a clean cut half way between the two plants.
2. Try to maintain as much of the existing root structure as possible.
3. Repot into same size container as the original pot.
4. Fill in container with new soil formulated for houseplants.
5. You may need to use a bamboo stake to maintain upright position while the roots establish.
6. After repotting, water immediately and thoroughly.
7. Some leaf yellowing or leaf dropping may occur.
Thank you for your inquiry!
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Yes, you can separate them. Just divide the roots as evenly as you can and they both should do well.
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Can I get this in a single stem?

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July 2, 2016
Or is this a single stem?
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August 2, 2016
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Yes ,I have 2 plants . One came with single center stem.
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July 5, 2016
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You can check your local Home Depot store for a Ficus Pandurata Standard as we do not sell a single stem Ficus Pandurata online, or you may separate the bush into a single stem plant.
The Ficus Pandurata Bush (Ficus lyrata) can be a challenge to successfully separate and establish individually in new pots. However, it is possible if handled accordingly and the plants are not overly root bound or Read More
Hello!
You can check your local Home Depot store for a Ficus Pandurata Standard as we do not sell a single stem Ficus Pandurata online, or you may separate the bush into a single stem plant.
The Ficus Pandurata Bush (Ficus lyrata) can be a challenge to successfully separate and establish individually in new pots. However, it is possible if handled accordingly and the plants are not overly root bound or over grown.
1. Remove the plant and make a clean cut half way between the two plants.
2. Try to maintain as much of the existing root structure as possible.
3. Repot into same size container as the original pot.
4. Fill in container with new soil formulated for houseplants.
5. You may need to use a bamboo stake to maintain upright position while the roots establish.
6. After repotting, water immediately and thoroughly.
7. Some leaf yellowing or leaf dropping may occur.
Thank you for your inquiry!
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8-3/4 in. Ficus Pandurata Bush in Pot is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 246.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My fig came about a month ago, packed well and it looked great right out of the box. Watered it r... My fig came about a month ago, packed well and it looked great right out of the box. Watered it right away and put it in a south facing window with filtered sunlight and within a week and I was already seeing new leaves! Watered it again 2 weeks after getting it and it looks like I'm getting a second pair of leaves! So excited! I water it pretty heavily, but wait for the soil to feel dry at least 3 inches from the surface. I've heard it can even be a good idea to wait for the top leaves to start to wilt a little before watering. I have it in the pot it came in, sitting on a layer of rocks inside another container so that the plant is not sitting in standing water. So far it seems to be working. I love it and am really hoping I can keep it alive for the long haul. Fiddle leaf figs are not cheap (this is the best deal I've found), so once it's a little bigger I'm hoping to try and propagate some new baby figs from the leaves and maybe separate the two plants that are in the pot into two separate pots.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely Beautiful and Healthy The plant arrived earlier than expected and was packaged quite well. I was quite impressed the plant was fully intact, arrived with clear direction on what the plant likes and how to maintain it. I was so happy with the product I ordered a second Ficus Pandurata Bush and a Mother InLaws Tongue Plant. I will definitely order again and really appreciate the quality product Del Rey Plants provides. Very happy with my purchase. I wonder if they have this particular plant available all year round? I would love to send one as a holiday gift.
Date published: 2016-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very happy with my ficus The tree took just a few days to get here. When it arrived, it had lost some of the top soil, I didn't repot it, just added palm and cactus mix to the top. It was 17.5" inches when it arrived. I've had it for about a month now and both stems have sprouted a new leaf. It did loose two leaves in the beginning, they got brown and fell off, maybe it was stress from shipping? I'm not sure but its doing well now. It gets indirect light from both a south facing window and a west facing sidelight.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am SO happy with this purchase! I am obsessed with Fiddle Leaf Figs and after doing a ton of research on various websites and comparing the reviews against Amazon, I decided to take the plunge here on Home Depot with Delray. They did NOT disappoint! Our little Ellie got to us within 1 week, in great packaging, and at about 21 inches tall from the top of the pot to the top of the highest leaf, with a full and even leaf spacing, I am extremely happy with the purchase. Thanks!
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from My plant just arrived and it does not look healthy. There are large crispy brown patches on the l... My plant just arrived and it does not look healthy. There are large crispy brown patches on the leaves and brown spots. Also the actual plant is only 17" tall. I regret this purchase.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Purchase! Fiddle leaf fig arrived in 3 days, well wrapped and in excellent condition!
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed The plant arrived in a beat up box-I was surprised the plant survived the delivery. Some of the leaves had brown spots and holes. I've followed all of the appropriate care instructions but the plant looks worse every day. I'm really disappointed in the quality of this plant.
Date published: 2016-11-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from My plant arrived on time and intact but it was a lot shorter than I expected, measuring only 16 i... My plant arrived on time and intact but it was a lot shorter than I expected, measuring only 16 in tall (from soil level) when the product description says it can be 40 in tall when mature. It has some black spots on the leaves that could be a mold that spreads and does damage to the whole plant, so that's a big concern for me. The plant otherwise looks happy, with a dense growth of leaves, but now two of the bottom leaves fell off (I've had it for 6 days now) and that's not a great sign. I recommend this plant in general because they're beautiful but I'm very disappointed by this specific plant's health.
Date published: 2017-01-02
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