Ficus Lyrata (Fiddle Leaf Fig) 


Fiddle Leaf Figs thrives in bright, indirect sunlight. Similar to other plants prolonged exposure to direct sunlight may lead to burn and scorch of their leaves.



Fiddle Leaf Figs enjoy weekly waterings, allowing its soil to completely dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering and root rot. Depending on the temperature of your space this will vary! During the winter months, your ZZ plant will be fine being watered once a month if the soil is still moist biweekly. Read more watering tips and tricks here



Fiddle Leaf Figs thrive when placed in a humid environment, misting it frequently or placing it close to other plants will help create that environment. If your not sure where to place your Fiddle leaf, corners and living rooms where they can absorb 4 hours of indirect sunlight is the spot to be in!



Fiddle leafs enjoy temperatures ranging from 64-75ºF. Avoid temperature changes and cold drafts.



Fiddle Leafs are toxic to both people and animals (not healthy to eat) - keep away from small children and pets.



  • Limp, yellowing, or browning leaves: indicates your plant has been under-watered
  • Pale, spotty leaves: suggest your Fiddle Leaf Fig has not been getting enough light
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