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Cobble Wall Art

("FY-kus pew-MIL-ah")


Our Cobble Wall art feature is a simple, easy to install plant feature that can be fixed to the wall with just a couple of screws. Even a novice DIYer can fit one using a suitable power drill.

The Cobble comes complete with three creeping fig plants (Ficus pumila), which will thrive in good, but indirect light in warm rooms. Once established, they will produce long vines of foliage which, if left alone, can get quite long.

The vines from each plant are quite likely to intertwin with each other, so every couple of weeks, take the pots out of the wall planter and swap their positions around.



All our potted plants come in compostable coir pots - read more here.

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Pets & Children

The sap can be irritating and may cause dermatitis

foli8 Coir Pot Size - read here


Country of Origin

China, Japan, Korea, Laos, Myanmar, Taiwan, Vietnam

Habitat Conditions

Ficus pumila is a native of warm and sub-tropical regions of Asia, and has been naturalized in temperate, frost free areas as far from its origins as New Zealand and the Southern states of the USA


30 x 30 x 9cm


Indoor use only





Plant Care


Medium-low - high. Avoid direct sunlight


Keep soil moist but not wet. The soil should be allowed to dry out a little between watering. Ficus pumila also benefits from misting with tepid water to reduce the risk of spider mites and to keep the foliage looking fresh


The plant can be cut back at any time to manage its shape and size. Dead and dried leaves should be pinched out as they occur


A little dilute fertilizer should be added to the water every time you water the plant

Pest & Diseases

Keep a lookout for two-spotted spider mites and mealybugs, both of which can be removed by cleaning (a wash down with a hose pipe, or under a shower - not too strong - is quite effective) or by cutting away any affected foliage

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