Ficus Alii is a species of fig plant from the family Moraceae native to India, Southeast Asia, and China. This species is very popular as a house plant.
All varieties belonging to Ficus Alii have long leaf blades pointed at the top, which is their characteristic feature. The average length of the leaves is about 30 centimeters. At home, the height of the plant can reach up to two meters, while it looks like a small tree. The surface of the trunk is covered with gray or brown bark. It has many branches, which are decorated with lush foliage. Most of the branches are located in the upper part of the trunk. At the same time, its lower part is almost completely bare.