Ficus binnendijkii is an evergreen tree. The flowers bloom in spring and are followed by small fruit that may be green or yellow maturing to red. The simple dark green leaves of the beautiful Amstel Queen are glossy and attractive,
The plant has thick, three-sided stalks with spines along its edges. Cactus-like branches, or arms, that grow upright from the sides of the stalks. Small leaves cover the edges and ends of the actively growing stalks and arms. It is a lush green plant with lighter green striations through the stalks
An evergreen shrub it has a green foliage, the leaves are thick and glossy, and the plant has Y-shaped spines on the branches. The plant has also nice white flowers that have a nice fragrance especially at night.
A tall palm with bold fan-shaped leaves and a straight solitary trunk. The large, glossy green, evergreen fronds are divided into up to 70 long, dangling, lance-shaped segments, that radiate like the spokes of an umbrella. Thirty-five to sixty fronds are borne atop the trunk on long ascending, horizontal, or drooping stalks (""petioles""), forming a dense, spherical crown.