My neighbor gave me her rubber tree about 5 years ago. It is doing well, keep it inside near a northern exposure. One time, it got a very sweet smelling flower. The whole house smelled like honey. Will it ever flower again?
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Most indoor settings do not provide enough light for rubber trees to produce flowers; therefore, to have these plants bloom indoors at all is quite an accomplishment. Whatever you did to get it to flower, keep doing it. If you're lucky (and obviously you are), it will bloom again.