Dust the leaves regularly by gently brushing them with a feather duster. Dust can clog up the pores of the leaves and make it difficult for the leaves to function.
Trim off any brown or dead foliage.
Weeping fig sap can cause skin and eye irritation and is toxic if ingested. Keep plants out of reach from children and animals.
Weeping figs come in a range of types, including dwarf varieties and variegated foliage. They’re also perfect for training into standards or bonsai and can also have their stems braided, too.