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     This web page created by Conner .B & Jaxon B., Fall 2014

     

    Common Name:  Indian Loral Fig

    Botanical Name: Ficus microcarpa

    Location: Near West Driveway behind the Auditorium and in the Quad by the L building                       

    Plant Type:  Evergreen Tree

    Sunset Zones: 9, 13,and 16-24

    Sun Requirements: Full/Partial sun

    Water Requirements: regular water

    Origin: Malaysia Peninsula

     Description: Light grey bark 

    Leaves: Small light green, Glossy, evergree leaves leaves 

    Flowers: Small inconspicuous flowers. Their are seperate male and female flowers (monoecious). 

    Fruit: Small, green, round 0.25 in - 0.50 in, and fruits in spring

     

    Unique Facts About This Tree:

    - new leaves produce almost constently

    - on the hawaiian island these trees can quickly grow to 60ft high while here in Callifornia it grows only to 25-30ft

    -on the hawiian islands the tree's cannopy can grow to 75ft wide while here in callifornia it only grows up to 30-45

    -has lots of little fruit that make messes

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

View looking north of Revere Middle School farm, pathway, wheat, alfalfa, vineyard in distance
View looking north of Revere Middle School farm, pathway, wheat, alfalfa, vineyard in distance
View looking north of Revere Middle School farm, pathway, wheat, alfalfa, vineyard in distance
View looking north of Revere Middle School farm, pathway, wheat, alfalfa, vineyard in distance