In the Garden
When used in gardens, this small tree can reach a height of 10m, but should be planted away from paving, structures and services since it has aggressive roots. However, if you have the right spot for this wild fig, the lush foliage and attractive aerial roots will be a talking-point.
As an Australian native, this tree will thrive in local conditions with little additional attention. It forms a wide trunk and bears small, golden-yellow, edible fruits that are much-loved by birds. No special care is required and this drought-tolerant plant is extremely easy to grow.