Well, I’m not talking the “PC” kind, but the diverse plant genus, Ficus. This genus of plant has an almost unlimited range of sizes, forms and textures which make it an excellent choice for the office. From the ubiquitous Ficus benjamina (pictured here), in the standard tree form, to the bold leaves of the Ficus lyrata (fiddle leaf fig) down to the tiny leaved Ficus pumila, there is a member of this family to suit every office environment. Ficus, in general, are native to India and parts of Asia. They exude a white milky substance, or latex, when cut. Ficus elastica, also commonly known as the rubber plant, was the basis for rubber products but has been replaced with a species of another plant genus, Hevea.