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Ficus~Palm~Dracaena

Ficus'n fern is expert with all types of interior plant services. We specialize in  ficus, dracaena and palm trees and will counsel you on light requirement, moisture needs, pruning and shaping techniques as well. Ficus'n fern  offers plant material in the 6-10 foot range and specialize in three main categories. These are the ficus family, the palm family and the dracaena family. Because living plants have been proven to absorb harmful toxins, they improve the air we breathe as well as beautify our homes and offices. Green plants naturally filter contaminants from the air and provide a source of oxygen enabling a healthier environment in which to live. While you are selecting your favorite ficus, please see our extensive inventory  of unique decorative containers to fit any plant and decor.

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Ficus

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 Lyrata Standard

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  Lyrata Bush
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Ficus Nitida Standard
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 Rubber Plant Bush
#F100  5'-6'    $55.00 #F102  5'-6'    $55.00 #F104  5'-6'    $55.00 #F106  5'-6'    $55.00
  #F101  6'-7'    $110.00   #F103  6'-7'    $110.00   #F105  6'-7'    $110.00   #F107  6'-7'    $110.00
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 Benjamina Spiral
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 Benjamina Standard
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 Benjamina Braid
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 Benjamina Bush
#F108  5'-6'    $55.00 #F110  5'-6'    $55.00 #F112  5'-6'    $55.00 #F114  5'-6'    $55.00
  #F109  6'-7'    $110.00   #F111  6'-7'    $110.00   #F113  6'-7'    $110.00   #F115  6'-7'    $110.00
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  Ali Standard
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 Amstel King Braid
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 Amstel King Standard
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 Benjamina Indigo
#F111
5'-6'    $55.00
  6'-7'    $110.00
#F116  5'-6'    $55.00 #F118  5'-6'    $55.00 #F120  5'-6'    $55.00 #F122  5'-6'    $55.00
  #F117  6'-7'    $110.00   #F119  6'-7'    $110.00   #F121  6'-7'    $110.00   #F123  6'-7'    $110.00

  Caring for your Ficus
The ficus is a member of the weeping fig family. They like temperatures of 55 degrees on the lowest end to tropical climates. They are grown in greenhouses at 500Ė600 foot-candles of light for rapid growth but growers usually reacclimatize them down to around 300 foot-candles. Without skylights they should be placed 2-4 feet from a window to give them adequate lighting. They are sensitive to drafty areas and sudden temperature changes. The root ball must always be moist on a ficus. This is a good plant to use a moisture meter on. Water until the meter reads wet and withhold watering until it reads moist.

If a ficus is dropping yellow leaves, it means it is too dry. If it drops green leaves, it is too wet or it doesnít have enough light to support the amount of leaves that it has.

Common ficus names: Ficus Benjamina, Ficus Amate, Rubber Plant and Fiddle Fig.

Palm

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 Areca 

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Pony Tail  
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Chinese Fan 
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Fishtail 
#P100  5'-6'    $55.00 #P102  request size #P103  request size #P104  5'-6'    $80.00
 #P101  6'-7'    $110.00 price on request price on request   #P105   6'-7'    $160.00
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Kentia  
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Parlour
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Raphis  
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Bamboo Palm 
#P106  5'-6'    $150.00 #P108  2'-3'    $45.00 #P110  5'-6'    $165.00 #P112  5'-6'    $65.00
#P107  6'-7'    $350.00  #P109  4'-5'    $90.00  #P111  6'-7'    $350.00  #P113  6'-7'    $150.00

Caring for your Palm
Palms make graceful house plants because of the frondís cascading effect. They are great for decorating because of the size they can obtain.
Palms are a family of high light plants and, as such, the root ball should never go lower than moist on your moisture meter. Water a palm until it is wet and allow  it to dry down to moist.  The only palm that can handle low light and low moisture levels is the Parlour Palm. They are rarely seen at a size upward of  3 feet.
The Ponytail Palm when fully mature is very slow growing and, very expensive.  However, it is beautiful and worth taking a look at.  Common palm names are: Kentia, Fishtail, Bamboo, Lady Palm, Ponytail and Arcea.

Dracaena
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Marginata Cane
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Marginata Specimen
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 Tricolor Cane
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Fragraoma Stump

               #D100  5'-6'    $55.00

#D102  5'-6'    $110.00 #D104  5'-6'    $55.00 #D106  5'-6'    $110.00

               #D101   6'-7'   $110.00

#D103  6'-7'    $220.00  #D105  6'-7'    $110.00 #D107  6'-7'    $220.00
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 Corn Plant Specimen
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Reflexa Cane
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Warneki Cane
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Corn Michilko Cane

              #D108  5'-6'    $55.00

#D110  5'-6'    $55.00 #D112  5'-6'    $55.00 #D114  5'-6'    $55.00

               #D109  6'-7'   $110.00

  #D111   6'-7'    $110.00   #D113   6'-7'    $110.00  #D115   6'-7'    $110.00
Caring For Your Dracaena
This is a family of plants, while not as graceful as palms or ficus, is very important to be aware of when using plants with which to decorate.
If you have low light areas needing greenery, dracaena are the perfect solution. They will handle lighting in the range of  80- 200 foot -candles of  light. They can manage higher light but tend to get spider mites when heat stressed.
Since they are cane plants, they also store water in their canes. This means the growing medium needs to dry out between waterings or the plant will suffocate making them rot from the inside out. The growing medium is usually crushed lava rock to enable the soil to dry out faster. As a result of this, moisture meters donít work on this plant.  Common Dracaena  names: Corn Plant, Janet Craig, Marginata, Warneki and Compactia

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