If Ficus palmeri is
a species it selves, this is it: Red veined. From Copenhagen
This member of the Moraceae
family was given this name
by Carl Sigismund Knuth in 1817. It's from Mexico, and prefer
well-drained soil with lots of water and sun. It will grow up to ten or
even 30 meters tall with a four meter base, and can be reproduced both by cutting and seeds.
If Ficus palmeri
is a species it selves, or it is just a subspecies, it still have
red veins. If it is a subspecies as Richard Stephen Felger suggested
in 1970, the red veined are Ficus petiolaris subsp.
Latin name from its petioles.