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Fiddle Leaf fig | Dark Green Color – Low Maintenance Hardy Plant | Indoor Home&Office Decor

500.00 440.00

  • Ficus Lyrata or the Fiddle Leaf Fig has large leathery leaves
  • Compact Dwarf variety of famous house plant that is a very good air purifier
  • Attractive plants for pot culture and are very durable to a wide range of conditions
  • Ideal plant for green gift

 

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Plant Essentials

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant:Feed your Ficus Lyrata a good fertiliser monthly during summers to boost growth and get a dense foliage. During winter, the plant growth naturally slows down so there is no need to fertilise it in winters.
Repotting : The Ficus Lyrata likes to grow in a compact pot, so repot only when the plant becomes root bound. The best time to repot your Fiddle Leaf Fig is during spring. Choose a pot that is 2 to 3 inches larger in diameter than your current pot and avoid repotting in winters as the plant growth is naturally slower.
Propogation : You can propagate your Fiddle Leaf Fig by a leaf or a stem cutting. Choose a cutting that is at least 6-8 inches in size and includes at least one leaf node. Then cuttings can be rooted either in water or soil and the roots emerge from leaf node.

Common Problems

1. Fiddle Leaf Fig leaves are drooping
Wrong watering schedule (mostly underwatering) or improper light can cause drooping of leaves. Try changing the watering schedule of your plant and also change the position of the plant and move it to a brighter spot.
2. Why are white spots appearing on my Fiddle Leaf Fig leaves?
The Fiddle Leaf Fig gets sunburnt if exposed to too direct sunlight or too much light, resulting in white spots to appear on the leaves. Remove these sunburnt leaves and move your plant away from direct harsh sunlight.
3. Fiddle Leaf Fig leaves are curling
A parched plant can result in curled leaves. Place your plant in a brightly lit spot and water as per a regular schedule when the topsoil is dry to touch. However, don’t let the soil get too dry.

Plants growing in containers need more fertilizing than those in the ground. The more you water, the more quickly you flush the nutrients out of the soil.
Plants growing in containers need more fertilizing than those in the ground. The more you water, the more quickly you flush the nutrients out of the soil.

Style and Decor

Light Requirements :The Fiddle Leaf Fig thrives in bright, consistent, and indirect sunlight. A few hours of morning sun is also good for your plant; however, avoid direct peak sun. Fiddle Leaf Fig starts leaning towards the light source, so make sure you keep turning your plant to ensure even growth.
Locations :Fiddle Leaf Fig is an indoor plant but this boy loves a good brightly lit area. Indoors, keep it next to a window so that it gets consistent light through the day.
Styling/decor tip :The shape and spread of this plant is every home gardener’s and décor enthusiasts dream. Its floppy deep veined leaves perched artistically on its woody branches will be a great addition to your living room in a stunning pot. A single fiddle leaf fig is enough to add drama as well as sophistication to any room be it next to the sofa or the dining table. It is a good choice for office spaces too. Give it ample sun and it will grow tall.

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