Tree Love – Rubber Tree

Since my childhood, I had been fascinated by the rubber tree, firstly because my mom use to call it a rubber plant and I was amused why such a big tree is called a plant and secondly because its leaves were very beautiful, sturdy, big and the tree looked beautiful. another good thing about this rubber tree is that it was available as a big tree in parks or roadside and also people use to have it in their living room too as a decorative plant.

Rubber Tree

In the first place, it’s known by many names – Ficus elastica, the rubber fig, rubber bush, rubber tree, rubber plant, Indian rubber bush, Indian rubber tree, etc. The rubber plant is an indoor plant with a bold statement. It’s a tough yet easy-going plant.

Uniquely, the rubber plant comes with so many benefits no wonder is an evergreen plant. It is also known to purify the air so a great addition to your living room decor. I have even read that the rubber plant is one of the best houseplants to clean the air.

Moreover, the Rubber plant is easy to take care of and makes your home feel special and evergreen. Also, a very good thing is – Rubber Plants are determined to grow upwards, no matter what. Such a positive attitude from a plant.

rubber tree

To sum up, this rubber plant I had spotted in Nilgiris and I was so close by that I was not able to capture the complete tree. Instead, I was amused with so many branches it had. I kept on looking at it for a long. How beautifully it has grown and the brown solid web of stems.

Tree Love

I’m sharing my #TreeLove with – the #ThursdayTreeLove blog hop, a photo feature hosted by Parul Thakur. Coupled with this, This is my Love Your planet “Earth” post and a post to make us aware of the trees around us. Save trees, nurture, conserve and preserve the trees around us, on our planet. Do peep into my Parijat – Night flowering jasmine Tree and X-mas Tree for more tree love. Check out more trees for my Treelove. Did you hug a tree today?

Do you love trees? Explore the trees in your neighborhood and join Tree Love.


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2 Responses

  1. Archana says:

    Lovely! The tree looks majestic!

  2. Parul Thakur says:

    I love this. I also really like rubber trees and plants. They are truly one of their kind. Thanks for joining Pragun. See you around.

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