Putting it way too indoors will further weaken it.
Nov 22, Rubber tree fleshy leaves are akin to succulents that store water in their leaves, so too much water will cause leaves to become spongy and fall off. Jul 24, Prune rubber tree plant by making your cuts just above a node– where the leaf attaches to the stem or where another stem branches off. You can also prune just above a leaf scar. Remove about a third to one-half of the plant’s branches but take care not to.
Jul 06, To make your rubber plant bushy, you will want to cut just above the nodes.
These are the locations where smaller stem branches appear from the side of a larger main stem. Try not to over-prune. Always leave at least two to three leaves behind per branch and don’t remove more than five or six living branches in a single session of pruning. May 22, 2) Trim off any dead stems. Keep the ones still alive and leafing. Check some of the leafless stems, cut a few nodes down to see if it still fresh inside stem.
It may just try to make new leaves under cut off point. 3) Do not fertilize yet for now, allow the plant to recover. Wait patiently for more new growth. Jul 19, The rubber tree plant- botanical name is Ficus elastica- is a hardy houseplant that is very easy to care stumplopping.bar plant also has names such as Indian rubber tree, rubber fig, and Indian rubber bush.
Its thick, glossy, leathery green leaves and fast, tall growth mean that rubber plants add to the aesthetics of any room. Hi - my brother-in-law gifted me with a rubber tree plant that was too big for his living space, feeling that I had more space and more patience to take care of it. The plant is about to 5 feet tall above the top of the soil. The pot is 19" wide and 22" tall.
There are about 15 main stems.5" to 1" thick. Apr 10, The Rubber Plant will certainly be fairly happy to grow in a wide range of temperatures between 10 ° C (50 ° F) to 29 ° C (85 ° F). If you go hotter, the fallen leaves will shed a few of their turgid look. You can go as reduced as 4 ° C (39 ° F) in Winter if you have to, yet your watering has to. Hi! I propagated this baby rubber plant in water a few months ago and potted it in soil in July.
It's doing great so far. It has been growing a new leaf at the bottom of the stem and the top leaf tripled in size! It did have a flower at the top for about 6 weeks but it recently fell off. Anyway, I w. Q. Outdoor Rubber Tree Plant - My rubber tree is outdoors and currently fifteen feet tall with high level branches. I am curious as to the Q. Rubber Tree Plant - I have a rubber tree plant.
It is not very big yet, but I noticed that the tips of the Q. Rubber Plant - Our rubber tree's main stem has turned brown and there are no leaves growing from the bottom two foot or.