Can you cut back a rubber tree to make it come back more full?
Yes, trimming the plant back will result in a nice, full tree. Here is an article that you may find helpful: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/rubber-tree/prune-rubber-tree.htm
I have a rubber tree house plant that has been frost bitten. What should I do?
If the stems are still alive, it will regrow its leaves. I would check the stems and if they are still alive, care for the plant as you normally would and you should see leaves start to grow in a few weeks. Also, I would take precautions to protect the plant from the cold, making sure to bring it indoors over winter.
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My rubber tree is getting too tall to fit in my small greenhouse. Can I cut the tops off, and if so what will happen?
You can cut off the tops and the plant will put out side shoots to compensate for the pruning. The branch you cut will not grow any longer, but other branches will develop to take its place for height of the plant.
My leaves are falling off the Rubber Tree Plant. What am I doing wrong?
There a few things that can cause this. This article will help:
Can you please tell me the lowest temp.that a rubber tree can withstand? I live in the Atlanta area and want to know if I need to consider bringing this rather large plant indoors for the winter. -
Rubber trees are generally hardy outdoors in Zones 10-11 where temperatures do not fall below 30 degrees F. It would definitely be a good idea to bring the plant indoors for overwintering unless you can ensure that it's adequately protected. Indoor temps of at least 60 degrees F. are ideal over winter.
Rubber plant leaves are falling off - what can I do? It is sitting in a northwest window.
Here is an article that you may find helpful: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/rubber-tree/rubber-tree-plant-leaves-falling-off.htm
I have a large rubber tree plant that I keep indoors in winter and out in summer. Can I cut branches to make starts and how do I do it? Does it need to be started in soil or water?
Cuttings are best started in soil. Here is an article that can help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/rubber-tree/propagation-rubber-tree-plant.htm