Ficus is a species of plant native to the tropics around the world. It is incredibly diverse, with some species used as house plants. It can be a shrub, a vine, or just a small ornamental plant. Ficus Umbellata has a short trunk, often strongly branched from the base with several stems. The leaves are large, heart-shaped, 30 cm long and 20 cm wide with pronounced forked lateral veins. The leaf margin is wavy.