Ficus Titilaceus is an evergreen, flowering, erect large perennial shrub with clumping stems. Its habit can vary from dense, spreading or open. Usually grows to 3m tall with a 2.5m spread, however, may reach up to 5m tall.
Noted as growing to 10m tall in its native habitat. Medium growth at a rate of 30-50cm p/a. Leaves are large, cordate, heart-shaped, green above, white and hairy beneath. Flowers in spring and summer.
Flowers are large cup-like lasting only one day, lemon yellow in colour changing to orange later in the day and red at night. Fruits are long pointed capsules.