Bring life into dull, empty corners with one of the prettiest houseplants, the Rubber Plant Variegated. Its leaves display stunning variegations in shades of cream, pink and green with red midribs. An air purifier that is as stunning as it gets and thrives with little care is an excellent addition to your space.
It is a popular ornamental plant from the Ficus genus.
If you are new to keeping houseplants, variegated rubber plants are generally hardy.
Ficus elastica variegata (FYE-kuss ee-LASS-tick-uh), known as the variegated rubber plant, has pink splashes throughout its otherwise white and green leaves.
Variegated Rubber Trees differ from regular rubber trees in their leaf color. Traditional rubber trees have dark green leaves but variegated rubber trees have leaves with shades of red, yellow, cream and green.
Variegated Rubber Trees like well lit spots with indirect sunlight.
Avoid direct sunlight, it burns the leaves of the Variegated Rubber Tree.
Do not place a Variegated Rubber Tree in shade, it will lose the variegated markings.
If the Variegated Rubber Tree leaves begin dropping or losing color, it needs more light.