It is generally advised to keep rubber plants in well-lit areas that are at least a few feet away from windows that receive direct sunlight and where the humidity and temperature feel comfortable to you.
Choosing the right soil for your rubber plant is crucial. Did you know that you can also use a mixture of soil and perlite or sand to improve drainage? This will ensure that your rubber plant’s roots do not sit in water and prevent root rot.
Placing your rubber plant outside will not only give it some fresh air but also expose it to natural light. Additionally, you can also place a pebble tray filled with water under your plant to increase humidity levels.