Do ficus like to be misted?
Likewise, people ask, should I mist my Ficus?
At most you should water them biweekly, but you can water them even less frequently, and they'll be ok. However, even in the "dry" season, the tropics are still humid. If you have a humidifier, your ficus will love it. If not, mist the plant two or three mornings a week.
Beside above, how long do ficus trees live indoors? Ficus benjamina is often found in indoor public spaces where it grows in pots or large concrete containers. Left to their own devices, outdoor ficus trees can grow up to 70 feet tall and 70 feet wide in less than 40 years. Indoor ficus, due to space limitations, will not reach these heights.
Regarding this, how often do you water a ficus tree?
Ficus benjamina should be watered moderately in spring and summer but sparingly in winter. In spring and summer, pour water until you see it coming out the drainage holes at the bottom of a ficus' pot. Then don't water again until the plant's soil is dry a few inches down from the soil surface.
Why is my ficus drooping?
Ficus plants react to dry seasons by dropping their leaves because they're native to climates with a rainy season and a dry season. When watering your ficus, make sure the excess water drains away and the roots are not sitting in wet soil. Too much moisture will also cause leaves to drop.