The Fiddle Leaf Fig is famous for its broad, vibrant green leaves with prominent veining. It prefers a stable environment and can be fickle when temps fluctuate.
Comes in 2 sizes. 6" and 10" nursery pot.
10" tree stands about 44" from soil to top and the 6" stands between 19"-20" tall
indirect bright filtered light, but not direct sun.
Water your indoor fiddle leaf fig tree smartly. Watering too much and watering too little have similar effects on the leaves, causing them to wilt and eventually drop. Wait until the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch for about an inch deep, then water deeply with tepid water until water drains out the bottom.
Your fig will need more frequent watering in summer (maybe once a week); less in winter (maybe once a month). The most common cause of premature death in fiddle-leaf figs is overwatering. Pay attention to your fiddle-leaf and you will learn when it wants a drink.