Are Rubber Plants Poisonous?


Rubber plants are non toxic. They are bold evergreen plants that get their name from the tacky sap that dries up into a low-quality rubber. Rubber plants are actually one of the most popular house plants.
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1. Prepare a rooting pot for the rubber plant cutting before taking it. Combine four parts sharp sand with one part perlite to create a sterile yet moisture-retentive rooting medium
I am not sure HOW toxic they are but they are on the toxic list and therefore should be avoided. The best person to ask about the level of danger would be your vet. Answers are always
Raw rubber or latex is obtained from the Ficus tree (Ficus elastica), a common relative of the Fig tree.
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