The burgundy-colored leaves of the Rubber Plant makes it a unique option for any indoor space. This plant grows quickly in ideal conditions and is easy to care for. The crimson casings of new leaves adds a pop of color.
Prefers medium to bright light
1 cup of water only when top of soil is dry, avoid overwatering
Easy and low-maintenance
The Rubber Plant is a popular ornamental plant that can grow to over 30 meters tall in the right conditions. Its name comes from the milky latex in its leaves which was once used to make natural rubber. Native to east India, in some parts of the country, the roots of the tree are guided over chasms to form natural bridges!
Make your plant stand out with an Octahedron Plant Stand
If your plant dies within 45 days of arrival, we will replace it at no cost. Learn more.
At Léon & George, we believe the world needs more plants – not just in our homes, but in our forests. To bring our impact full-circle, we plant a tree in a U.S. National Forest for every plant sold.
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