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Strangler Fig

The strangler fig is a fig (genus Ficus) that begins life as an epiphyte, sending roots down to the ground, strangling the host tree and eventually replacing it. It is found around the world in tropical and subtropical climates and is able to grow in a wide range of habitats.

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The strangler fig tree is one of the most popular ornamental trees within Australia. These trees are characterised by their beautiful, heart shaped leaves and their ability to grow in a variety of different positions; however, they can be destructive to other trees if they happen to be planted close by.

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