The Fiddle Leaf Fig is characterized by its broad, vibrant green leaves with prominent veining. It comes in a 5" tall by 5" wide plastic nursery pot. They do well in bright indirect to direct light and with weekly waterings. This houseplant prefers a stable environment and can be fickle when temperates change.
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Bright direct to indirect
Thrives in bright direct to bright indirect light. A few hours of full sun a day preferred.
Water weekly in bright light. Allow potting mix to dry out between waterings.
Don't sweat it. Any humidity level will do.
Origin: Western Africa
The fiddle leaf fig (Ficus lyrata) is a species of fig tree native to the lowland tropics of western Africa. In its native habitat, it can grow over forty feet tall, however indoor fiddle leaf figs are significantly smaller. Their leaves vary in shape but are often broad, leathery in texture, and a vibrant green hue with prominent veining. Some say they resemble a fiddle – hence their name. The fiddle leaf fig is most happy in a stable environment temperature-wise where it receives at least a few hours of bright direct light a day. They can be fickle with temperature and light changes, so consistency is key.