The Ficus Audrey (Ficus benghalensis) is the national tree of India. In its natural habitat its canopy can cover a lot of ground and provide great shade in its warm climate.
Similar to most Ficus trees, the Ficus Audrey prefers a spot where it will receive high levels of bright, indirect light or direct sunlight. This plant will need to be acclimated to long periods of direct sun and it will not tolerate low light conditions. Ideally, place your Audrey directly in an eastern facing window, or a few feet removed from a southern or western facing window.
Botanical name: Ficus benghalensis
Light: very bright with some direct sunlight an East or West facing window are ideal.
Water: every 7 to 12 days allowing the top 2-4 soil to dry in between waterings
Toxicity: Toxic to pets if ingested
Size: comes in a 14 inch nursery pot.
Tree stands at 5 ft tall approximately