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The widely-loved fiddle leaf fig thrives in bright, sunny spaces. With a bit of care, your fiddle leaf fig will grow into the show-stopping highlight of your plant collection. The popular fiddle leaf fig boasts large gorgeous and glossy green leaves. This plant may have a reputation for being finicky, but your plant will thrive with a bit of extra attention and TLC.
Fiddle Leaf Figs like bright, indirect light and should be kept in a room with plenty of sunshine. Water your plant on a precise schedule based on the amount of humidity and temperature in your home—water when the top few inches of soil are dry. Typically you should expect to water your fiddle leaf fig about once a week, making adjustments seasonally in case of temperature or humidity changes. Fiddle Leaf Fig is toxic to people and animals, so take care to keep away from children and pets. Your fiddle leaf fig is shipped in a white 5-inch ceramic pot and makes the perfect gift for any occasion!
Temperature Fiddle leaf figs like lots of indirect sunlight and some direct sunlight too. They thrive best when placed in front of floor-to-ceiling windows. Fiddle leaf figs prefer warmer temperatures, so keep them away from cold drafts or A/C vents.
Care Instructions Water your Fiddle leaf fig only when the top 50-75% of the solid is dry. Water slowly until the soil is entirely drenched and allow excess water to drain into your saucer. Be sure to empty your saucer after watering. In drier climates, you may want to mist your fiddle leaf figs to ensure they keep looking their best!
Fertilizer Fiddle leaf figs do best when fertilized once during the spring and monthly during the summer months. A little goes a long way, and too much fertilizer can be detrimental. Fiddle leaf figs do not need to be fed during the fall or winter months.
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Fiddle Leaf Fig is toxic to people and animals, so take care to keep away from children and pets.