Ficus Altissima - 3" pot
Ficus Altissima has beautifully variegated leaves. Being in the same family as the fiddle-fig, its easy to care for, but is less demanding than the fiddle-fig. It has the ability to grow into a large tree (30-40 feet), due to its strong roots. But don’t worry, if you keep it in a pot it will stay compact. But if you ever want to grow a tree… this is the one.
★★★ SORRY CALIFORNIA, WE CANNOT SHIP LIVE PLANTS TO YOU FOR THE TIME BEING ★★★
PLANTS ARE NOT PERFECT! While we try our best to make sure every plant looks amazing, it is possible that a small burn spot or tiny hole may be present. We do grow our plants organically and some are grown outside, so its possible for nature to make a small imperfection.
PLEASE NOTE: For live plant orders, we only ship Monday through Tuesday to prevent plants from sitting over the weekend. We want your plants to arrive alive!
Shipping notes: Because your plant has been in a box without sunlight for a few days during shipping, it may be slightly yellow or drop a few leaves when it first arrives. This is normal. (If it loses all its leaves, this is usually not normal and you should contact us.) Adjust your plant to the light slowly, NEVER put it in the bright sun right away, as it can shock the plant and cause it to die.
❄❄❄ Cold Weather Shipping ❄❄❄
If the temperature in your region is below freezing we recommend (and prefer) you waiting for better weather. You can purchase a heat pack, but please be aware that there are no guarantees of the plant not freezing. We recommend purchasing when the weather in your region is comfortable enough for the plant to arrive safely. During winter, we only use USPS Priority Mail for all standard shipping because priority mail travels mainly by air, and the post office does not leave packages in trucks outside overnight. Between careful monitoring of the weather and priority mail, we have been able to provide our customers plants year round with few issues. If the day-time temperature falls close to freezing in your state, we can no longer safely ship using priority mail.
No international shipping for live plants.