Ficus Watkinsiana is a very large tree with strangling leaf stems that produce small, round brown fruit that are known as stranglers fig. To ensure that the plant thrives, it should be kept in full sun and planted in moist, sandy soil with a high clay content. Ficus Watkinsiana is commonly found in rainforests in North-eastern Queensland, because it loves to grow in humid, warm temperatures ranging from 22 - 33°C. Once the plant has matured, it does not need consistent watering as it will grow to an enormous maximum height of 50m. This magnificent and majestic tree should be given lots of space to spread its roots and grow once it has matured. 

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