Ficus maclellandii 'Alli'
Numerous long thin leaves fill out the canopy and give the Alli a whole lot of character. As long as it has adequate light and water, the Alli will sit and do its job perfectly. Farm Life grows the Alli as a standard in 17 - 24 pots ranging in height from 7.5 to 11 feet tall.
+ Be Successful
The meters below indicate a range of light and tolerance to drought. The ranges are indicated by the little light bulbs and the small water drops.
Ficus are adaptable plants but should be used in brighter interior environments. Too dark and most Ficus develop discolored older leaves and then start shedding.
Short dry periods are okay, but should be kept to a minimum. Too dry and a Ficus will start shedding leaves that can be difficult to grow back.