Fiddle Leaf Fig Bush

Ficus lyrata

Growzone: 9-11

Fiddle Leaf Fig plant is so trendy, it’s called the “it” plant – and the “it” has nothing to do with technology and everything to do with style.  The Ficus lyrata, also known as a Fiddle Leaf Fig is sought after for its big, violin-shaped (that’s a fiddle down south) leaves and ability to take a prominent place in the décor of a big space.  Put it in a well-lit room and let it grow.
Size Price Quantity
12 to 18" Tall $24.95
3 to 4' Tall $129.95
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Placing a little piece of nature inside the house or apartment does not necessarily mean it will be difficult to maintain. Many plants that offer a beautiful and elegant look in the house are also easy to grow, such as fiddle leaf fig (ficus lyrata). Fiddle Leaf Fig is well suited for growing indoors because it does not become excessively large and at the same time remain noticeable. Fiddle Leaf Bush form is grown with multiple "plants" per pot (typically 2 to 3 stems).

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Cleaning the leaves is an important fiddle leaf plant care step. Its large feathery foliage becomes dusty quite often. to clean the leaves simply place one hand on the underside of the leaf and gently pull a damp cloth over the upper surface of the leave. Use a soft cloth so you will have no worry about scratching the surface of the leaf. After the leaves dry you can give your Fiddle Leaf Fig Bush a glossy look by using Bonide Leaf shine and Moisture Guard. Re-potting a fiddle Leaf Fig Bush: Every 2-3 years repot the Fiddle Leaf Fig Bush or whenever you find that it is root bound, providing a container slightly larger than the previous one.