Ficus pumila, also known as the creeping fig or climbing fig, is a mulberry family flowering plant native to East Asia (China, Japan, and Vietnam) and naturalised in parts of the southeastern and south-central United States. It is also widely grown as a houseplant.
This plant is a charming member of the Ficus group with small, slightly heart-shaped leaves. Creeping Ficus is usually grown as a houseplant, but it can also be grown outdoors in frost-free climates. Selecting a location outdoors should be done correctly. Creeping Ficus will secure itself very resistantly to walls, wooden fences and the sides of houses or trees. It allows the plant to have a hostile growth habit.
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