Ficus like lots of bright, indirect light. Your Ficus would enjoy being outdoors in the summer, though you should avoid exposure to direct sunlight. Move inside when the weather begins to drop below 65 degrees.
During the growing season, Ficus like to be kept consistently moist but not soggy. Make sure they are in a well-draining pot to avoid root rot, and let the top inch or two of soil dry out between waterings in the winter.
Ficus enjoy a relatively high humidity. You can increase the humidity by occasionally misting your plant, putting out a pebble tray of water, or by wiping the leaves with a damp cloth.
Ficus prefer to be in environments that are 65 degrees Fahrenheit or above. Do not allow your plant to be exposed to cool drafts or kept in a room that falls below 60 degrees.
Ficus require regular fertilization during the growing season. In spring and summer, feed your Ficus with a standard houseplant fertilizer.
Common Ficus species, including the Fiddle Leaf Fig and Rubber Tree, or toxic to pets. If ingested, it could cause vomiting or skin and mouth irritation.
Ficus can be susceptible to houseplant pests, such as mites. Wiping down the leaves or dusting can help avoid this, and keep an eye on the underside of the leaves.