Ficus pumila L.
subg. Ficus sect. Synoecia subsect. Plagiostigma
- Common Name: Climbing Ficus, Creeping Rubber Plant
- Family: Moraceae Link
- Country of Origin: e Asia from Japan to n Vietnam
- Description: Climbing Ficus is a vine that atches itself with its roots. It produces yellow figs that are about two inches long and pear shaped. Creeping Rubber Plant is a subtropical plant originating from East Asia and can be found in greenhouses, conservatories, and thruout zone 9.
- Accession # 198500793
- Source: Unknown
- Accession Date: 12-31-1985
- Bench: 1202 - AUS:North Bench W
- Currently: active - healthy
- Qty: 1 confirmed on 02-17-2023
- Division: Magnoliophyta
- Class: Magnoliopsida
- SubClass: eurosid I
- Order: Rosales
- Family: Moraceae
- Tribe: Ficeae
- The Plant List (2010). Version 1. Published on the Internet; http://www.theplantlist.org/ (accessed 28 October 2013).
- Ficus pumila. (2011, August 21). Wikispecies, . Retrieved 17:19, October 28, 2013
- The Global Biodiversity Information Facility: GBIF Backbone Taxonomy, 2013-07-01.
Accessed on 2013-10-28
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