Can i plant a rubber tree in my backyard in myrtle beach sc?
The rubber tree requires a climate with heavy rainfall and without frostthey need to be placed in a warm spot out of direct sunlightand in myrtle beach there is a good amount of precipitation so it should be alright
Check with your local nursery. They'll be able to advise you if it will be ok in our SC winters.
If your asking if it grows in sandy/saltly soil, yes they do. Mine is 50ft. Tall and was planted by my father in the early 1970's.