Although one species in the Ficus genus gives the entire group a bad name, the rest of them are surprisingly simple to grow. Ficus triangularis, commonly known as triangle ficus, is one of the least fussy in the genus. It grows to 8 feet in height with a 4-foot spread and has deep-green leaves that don’t drop as easily as the leaves of its fussier cousin, Ficus benjamina. An outdoor triangle ficus requires warm temperatures to survive year-round, such as the temperatures in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 12 and 13. Triangle ficus is suitable as a houseplant, though, tolerating an indoor environment quite well.