Rubber Tree Plants

Flowering Rubber Tree Plant

Anonymous added on March 20, 2011 | Answered

My very old rubber tree (bought it in 1964) has survived moves, etc. It now has a flowering frond up at the top of the plant that has a very strong odor. I have allergies and it permeates throughout the house. Will I kill the tree if I cut off the flowering frond?

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Answered on March 21, 2011

No, it will not kill the tree. You can cut it off.

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