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Has a height of 110 cm including hydropot
Sunny; suitable for the conservatory or close to the south-facing window
Slightly toxic to children and pets
The Ficus Adora is a climbing plant that flowers naturally in many different places in the world. From Portugal to Southwest Asia, Africa, South America and Australia.
The Ficus Adora comes from the Ficus family. The Adora is a true climbing plant that can grow up to 30 meters high in nature. In eastern Asia, the Ficus is considered sacred.
The Ficus Adora is very high on the NASA list of air-purifying plants. The plant is able to remove dirty particles from the air and convert them into clean air. The air-purifying effect of the Adora is so great because the plant has a large amount of leaves.
Place the Ficus Adora in a light, warm place but not in direct sun.
The Adora needs regular water and is very easy to maintain thanks to the Beautanic Hydropot with water reservoir and water meter.
All Beautanic Lifestyle plants are equipped with the special Beautanic Hydropot. These plants stand on volcanic grains, so that sufficient oxygen reaches the roots. This ensures a nice balance, so that they remain strong and healthy for years to come. Hydroponic plants get nutrition from the water, compared to soil culture, where plants get nutrition from the soil. It is therefore necessary to regularly provide the Beautanic Lifestyle Adora with Beautanic Superfood .
The Ficus Adora comes in a Beautanic Hydropot. Due to this special hydroponic system, the roots have sufficient oxygen, so that the plant can grow optimally. Repotting is therefore not necessary.
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