Sacred Fig

(Ficus Religiosa )

Fig tree with heart-shaped leaves and spiritual significance in various cultures.

Height: 2.2m - 2.8m
Sale priceAED 300

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The Sacred Fig, also known as Ficus Religiosa, is a species of fig tree that is considered sacred in many cultures and religions. It is native to the Indian subcontinent and can grow up to 30 meters tall, but the variety available for purchase typically grows between 2.2 and 4 meters. The tree has a distinctive appearance with a thick, grey trunk and large, heart-shaped leaves that are a glossy green color. The leaves are about 10-17 cm long and have a pointed tip. The tree produces small, greenish-yellow flowers that are not particularly showy, but they are followed by small, round figs that are about 1-2 cm in diameter.

The Sacred Fig is revered in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, and is often planted near temples and other religious sites. It is believed to have spiritual and medicinal properties, and is also used for shade and as a source of food for animals.

Caring for your Sacred Fig

Light Requirements - Direct Sunlight
Pet Friendliness - No