Wurster ResidenceContemporary Entry, San Francisco

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Inspiration for a contemporary entryway in San Francisco with white walls. —  Houzz
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Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to 8 Indoor Plants That Will Help Keep Your Home Cool24 September 2017

3. Weeping fig (Ficus benjamina)One of the few trees that grows well indoors in containers, weeping fig normally grows to about two to three metres when kept indoors (higher when planted outside in warm gardens). Its leafy nature means a high rate of transpiration, which keeps the air around a weeping fig moist and cool. It can also decontaminate the air by absorbing any heavy metal particles that are present. Tip: Position plants in medium light and water regularly during warmer months, allowing the top half of the potting mix to dry out in between.

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turnby added this to outdoors25 May 2021

Botanical name: Ficus benjamina Common names: Ficus, weeping fig, Benjamin fig, Benjamin tree Origin: India and Malaysia; has naturalized elsewhere Where it will grow: Happy in any region as a houseplant; outdoors, hardy to 20 degrees Fahrenheit, or minus 6.7 Celsius (USDA zones 9 to 12; find your zone) Water requirement: Regular. Let the soil dry out slightly before watering; needs fast-draining soil that doesn’t become soggy. Light requirement: Bright, indirect light, although it can handle some shade Mature size: 1 foot to 10 feet tall indoors; in landscapes in tropical areas, such as Hawaii, it can reach 30 to 100 feet high and 50 feet wide

hendev added this to country house21 March 2021

floors with white walls/spacious feel