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TIf a small indoor tree for feng shui is on your radar, the rubber tree plant's thick, glossy leaves and purple stripes may fit the bill. Its gently curving leaves can soften harsh areas of your home. This tropical plant gets super thirsty, so water often to keep the soil moist at all times. It isn't very apartment-friendly, though, as it won't do well in low-light spaces. Low maintenance and eye-catching, rubber plants are an effortless way to add elegance to your home. With these simple steps, you can give your rubber plant the best chance to thrive. Water when the soil is almost completely dry. You’ll need to do this more often in the summer than in the winter Spray with a mister every few days, they like to keep their leaves moist Place in a bright room, but keep away from super sunny windows to avoid sunburn Between 15°C to 25°C is their optimum temperature Repot in spring when needed, using houseplant compost Wipe away dust with a clean cloth so the pores can breathe freely Feed with liquid fertilizer once a month in spring and summer.