There were three trees in the backyard when we moved in almost one year ago. The tree fern was already dead, the pine tree quickly followed, and the ficus-like one above had been heavily pruned. For the past couple of weeks bees have been busily collecting from clusters of creamy white flowers. The humming sound and being showered with pollen while sitting at the table below has been a rare treat.
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Ficus trees are hardy. I bought a condo, and the former owners planted what looked like stick in front of it. That stick grew to be a 9-ft. tree in two years, a beautiful ficus.
This one appears to have had the main trunk chopped down, we are enjoying shoots from around the stump that have become branches.
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