Rubber plants can grow into huge trees with invasive roots when grown in the ground. Therefore we don’t recommend planting rubber plants in a garden.
Rubber plant leaves can collect dust so regularly gently wipe the leaves with a damp cloth.
To keep rubber plants at a manageable size, or promote bushier growth, trim off the stem tips. Avoid contact with the white sap, which can cause skin irritation.
As rubber plants grow quickly, they may need re-potting into a larger pot every few years.
Here are some very attractive varieties available, including plants with rich burgundy, creamy green or mottled foliage. Or remove the plant from its current pot, gently trim back around 25% of the root ball and re-plant back into the same pot with fresh good quality potting mix like Yates Premium Potting Mix.