Ficus Tineke in 8-inch Revival Ceramics

Ficus Tineke in 8-inch Revival Ceramics "Eight" Pot

Regular price $150.00 Sale

A medium-sized ficus decora tineke (also known as "rubber plant" or "rubber tree") in our classic mid-century inspired 8-inch ceramic pot and optional teak stand. A unique combination that is fun, effortless, and easy to care for.

Available for local delivery within ten miles of Tacoma, WA only. No delivery over the bridge at this time.

THE PLANT

The ficus decora tineke is a member of the ficus family with wonderful camouflaged shades of sage, emerald green, peach and creme.

Temperature: 65°-75°F.

Light: Medium to bright, indirect light. 

Watering: Allow top few inches of soil to dry out between watering. It is better to under-water this plant than to over-water it. Err on the dry side.

THE POT

The 8-inch Revival Ceramics "Eight" is designed and produced by LBE Design, a San Diego-based pottery and home decor company. LBE Design prides themselves on three founding principles: a focus on sustainability, uncompromising quality, and timeless design. All of LBE Design’s ceramic wares are produced in environmentally sustainable facilities, and with socially responsible production practices.

Corresponding teak stand is optional, adding height and drama to this already elevated look. The Revival Ceramics “Eight” has no drainage hole (see below).


HOW IT WORKS

We pot the plant for you using our blend of premium, organic indoor houseplant potting soil, and including a layer of expanded clay pebbles and charcoal at the bottom to promote drainage and reduce the risk of mold. The plant will not require re-potting for 12-24 months, depending on the conditions in your home.

We'll hand deliver your pre-potted plant within our 10-mile delivery radius in Tacoma.

(Sorry, no delivery via ferry or over the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.)

Please allow 8-10 days for handling and arranging of delivery. 

 

DETAILS

Dimensions: 

8.7" height with stand, 6.3" without.

9.5" width with stand, 7.5" without.

The ficus adds about 12 inches of height, and will continue to grow slowly over time. A bamboo pole or moss pole may be needed eventually to help add stability to your plant.