- Flower nameFicus benjamina 'barok'
- Scientific nameFicus benjamina cv. barok
- AliasFicus benjamina, barok
- Place of originhorticultural variety
- Place of floweringOrnamental plants
- Flowering season
What is Ficus benjamina 'barok'
Ficus benjamina 'barok' (scientific name: Ficus benjamina cv. barok) is a horticultural variety of non-hardy evergreen tree native to India and Southeast Asia, belonging to the Ficus genius of the Moraceae family. It is popular as a houseplant because its leaves curl up on the underside and are pretty. The height of the tree is 30-200 cm, the leaf length is about 5 cm, and the leaves are dark green, ovate oval, and shiny. The leaves are dark green, egg-shaped, oval, and shiny. Rubber gloves are necessary when pruning, as touching the white milky sap that comes out when damaged can be irritating. The language of flowers is "flexible companion" and "trustworthy".
Common name: Ficus benjamina 'barok', Scientific name: Ficus benjamina cv. barok, Tree height: 30-200 cm, Leaf length: 5 cm, Leaf shape: Oval-ovate, Leaf color: Dark green, Leaf texture: Glossy, Use: Foliage plant. Use: Houseplant.