Artificial Mop Head Ficus Tree
- Handmade in the UK
- Fitted to small starter pot
- Choose your own planter if you would like a potted tree
- Various sizes available 4ft-6ft
Widths vary depending on height. We can make this tree to any of your specifications, so please do get in touch should you want a tree wider or taller than the sizes we have listed.
Our artificial Mop Head Ficus tree is a handbuilt product, so its widths and appearance vary according to the height you select. It comes fitted to a small black starter pot. If you wish to pot the tree into a more decorative planter, then please select your choice from the drop down menu. The foliage appearance simulates a mop shape, hence why it gets its name Mop Head Ficus.
The fake Mop Head ficus foliage is made from latex and is even realistic to touch as well as being visually appealing. The leaves are a lovely shade of dark green with lighter shades running through the leaf to mimic the vein pattern. The stems are made from real wood which gives a very realistic overall display.
Where can I use this artificial Mop Head Ficus tree?
Our fake Mop Head ficus tree is ideal for those areas of your home which would benefit from a touch of greenery. This mop head ficus tree works for both contemporary and traditional environments, complimenting both styles with equal measure. Ideal for a conservatory, porch or even a kitchen area. This tree is not UV stable, so we would advise you to use indoors only.
Our replica Mop Head ficus tree comes fitted to a small starter planter. If you would like us to pot your tree into a more stylish planter, then please select one of our stunning planters from the drop down list. If you choose this option we will also send you some pre-glued stones to place on top of the planter. These will set to a hard stone crust giving you a lovely overall finish. The height of the mop head ficus tree may increase by up to 1ft if you have your tree fully potted. If you choose to have this tree unpotted we will send you potting instructions via email on dispatch should you wish to pot your tree into your own planter.
The Sycamore of the Bible is Ficus Sycamorus and the wood of this tree was often used by the ancient Egyptians for building coffins.