Ficus pumila (creeping fig or climbing fig) in the family Moraceae, native to East Asia.

Ficus pumila (creeping fig or climbing fig) in the family Moraceae, native to East Asia.

FICUS PUMILA MINIMA small leaf ficus

FICUS PUMILA MINIMA small leaf ficus

Climbing fig, Ficus pumila, is planted at intervals along the fence and will cover it to create a green wall

Climbing fig, Ficus pumila, is planted at intervals along the fence and will cover it to create a green wall

Creeping Fig variegated creeping fig_mini It’s a slow growing creeper with small, leathery dark green foliage. Vigorous-growing, clinging, dense branches adhere to any surface and looks enchanting. Be careful not to overwater creeping fig. Let the soil dry out before watering.

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Creeping Fig variegated creeping fig_mini It’s a slow growing creeper with small, leathery dark green foliage. Vigorous-growing, clinging, dense branches adhere to any surface and looks enchanting. Be careful not to overwater creeping fig. Let the soil dry out before watering.

Strawberries, herbs (including chives and basil) and alyssum (white and purple) are visible in a kitchen garden bed planted in the driveway. An iron gate separates the parking zone from the planting zone. On the archway above the gate grows a flowering potato vine. Covering the wooden fence are Ficus pumila (creeping fig) and morning glory vines.

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Strawberries, herbs (including chives and basil) and alyssum (white and purple) are visible in a kitchen garden bed planted in the driveway. An iron gate separates the parking zone from the planting zone. On the archway above the gate grows a flowering potato vine. Covering the wooden fence are Ficus pumila (creeping fig) and morning glory vines.

Creeping fig - great to cover cement block walls and make them look like hedges.

Creeping fig - great to cover cement block walls and make them look like hedges.

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