Mistletoe Fig

Ficus Deltoidea

This festive-looking fig plant gets its common name due to its resemblance to mistletoe - with its beautiful white berries which turn red as they mature. 

It's a really easy plant to care for and seems to thrive in the hands of least attention. It can also make a great choice for bonsai, due to its slow growth and shrubby/tree-like nature. As one of the only fig trees to produce berries indoors, it'll really stand out against the rest of your houseplant collection and make a wonderful feature in your home.

Also known as: Mistletoe Rubber Plant

Comes in a 17cm pot

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How to care for your Mistletoe Fig

Native habitat

Native to Southeast Asia.

Light and position in the home

Bright, indirect light is best for this fig, however, it can tolerate some occasional lower light levels.


Allow top 2 inches of soil to dry out inbetween watering. Reduce watering in the winter and increase during months when it is actively growing (spring/summer).

Mistletoe Fig

Facts & Stats

Botanical Name

Ficus Deltoidea



Plant Type

Evergreen Shrub

Pet Safe




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