Ficus Lyrata - Bush

Amy's Little Plant Shop

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What I need to be happy in your home:

Light: Fiddle-leaf figs require bright, filtered light to grow and look their best. Direct sunlight can burn the leaves, especially exposure to hot afternoon sun.1 And plants that are kept in very low light conditions will fail to grow rapidly.

Water: Fiddle-leaf figs like a moderate amount of moisture in the soil. If the plant doesn’t get enough water, its leaves will wilt and lose their bright green color. And if it gets too much water, the plant might drop its leaves and suffer from root rot, which ultimately can kill it. During the growing season (spring to fall), water your fiddle-leaf fig when the top inch of soil feels dry. And over the winter months, water slightly less.  Furthermore, these plants are sensitive to high salt levels in the soil.2 So it's ideal to flush the soil until water comes out the bottom of the pot at least monthly. This helps to prevent salt build-up.


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