Evergreen plants?

g schrock

New Member
Here's a picture its not that clear.
ficus is not an evergreen (they will die in freezes), and that one doesn't look too good... id get a new plant imo. and you can never know what he/she will / will not eat... my husky wont stop eating socks >< so better safe than sorry in the long run...
 

Carlton

Chameleon Enthusiast
ficus is not an evergreen (they will die in freezes), and that one doesn't look too good... id get a new plant imo. and you can never know what he/she will / will not eat... my husky wont stop eating socks >< so better safe than sorry in the long run...
This plant is most likely fine to use...if a cham happens to chew on a leaf it won't be fatal. Not all chams chew on their plants. However, the plant could use some help...it should have a lot more leaves on it. The cham may end up breaking all those small twigs as it climbs around on the tree, and Ficus sap can make a sticky mess. If the cham happens to rub its eye on a sap covered twig it can irritate the eye.

Check to see if the Ficus needs to be repotted, fed, or moved into brighter light. Trim off any dead or dying branches and wash the sap off before using it.
 
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