Fiddle-leaf Fig

Ficus Lyrata


The King of houseplants!
Ficus Lyrata is an excellent choice as a large tropical plant with gloriously broad leaves for anyone looking to impress their guests or create a stunning centerpiece with any home style.

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About Fiddle-leaf Fig

The Fiddle-Leaf Fig has surged in popularity in the last years driven by its prevalence on Pinterest and Instagram. It is a highly popular Big-leaf houseplant for your home and office or a big outdoor tree in your tropical garden. It features broad, eye-catching fiddle-shaped leaves at the tip of a thin stem. In addition to being attractive, there are also health benefits of the fiddle-leaf fig plant.

Fiddle-leaf fig plants don’t normally produce blossoms when they are planted indoors. they are a wonderful option for homes of people who have allergies to various forms of pollen. However, Ficus genus plants, which include fiddle-leaf figs, do contain some latex, which can aggravate people who have latex allergies. They can cause skin rashes when handled directly, and they can trigger respiratory issues when breathed in through the air.

Fiddle-leaf Fig, Fiddle-leaf, Banjo Fig, Lyre-leaf Figtree, Ficus pandurata.

To See Your Fiddle-leaf Fig Happy!

Remove yellow/dying leaves and debris to keep your plant in its best condition.
Commit to watering your plant once a week. No more, no less. For fiddle leaf fig trees less than 3 feet tall, use only 1 cup of water. For trees more than 3 feet tall, water with 2 cups of water.
Fertilize your plant each time you water (except in winter).
Fiddle leaf figs love sunlight and need plenty of it to thrive. They do best next to large, south-facing windows that give 8 or more hours of indirect sunlight per day.

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Botanical Name

Ficus Lyrata


Fiddle-leaf Fig, Fiddle-leaf, Banjo Fig, Lyre-leaf Figtree, Ficus pandurata


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– The fiddle leaf fig purifies air by removing toxic particles through natural gas exchange processes.
– Fiddle leaf figs release oxygen into the air and purify it, making the environment smell fresher and cleaner overall. Together with this, plants in the Ficus genus remove toxins that cause unpleasant odors, like benzene, formaldehyde, and toluene.
– With its big, dark green lyre-shaped leaves, the Fiddle has an impressive silhouette.
– Studies have proven that there are benefits to having plants in the home. They improve your mood, create a calming atmosphere, and are thought to reduce anxiety and stress.
– Fiddle leaf figs are not only beautiful, but they’re also helpful in improving the acoustics in a home or office. This is due to the unique size and shape of their leaves, which absorb sound waves.
– The fiddle leaf fig is an excellent plant choice for beginners and enthusiasts alike.
– Indoor fiddle leaf figs rarely, if ever, produce flowers (no pollen). This greatly reduces the chance of them having a harmful impact on allergy sufferers.
– Recent studies have proven that the Ficus lyrata contains antibacterial compounds capable of combating certain bacteria. This is an exciting development for exploring the potential of this plant for better hygiene and health.
– In an ideal growing environment, Fiddle lyrata develops new leaves every few weeks and can reach maturity indoors in as little as 2 to 3 years.
– Ficus lyrata is easy to propagate and can be rooted in water or directly into prepared soil.
– The Fiddle-Leaf Fig is a favorite among interior designers and plant lovers looking to add greenery and enhance the overall aesthetic of interior spaces.
Originating from the West African coast, the Ficus Lyrata has been known to flourish in low-land tropical climates.
In the wild, Fiddle-leaf figs can grow as tall as 30m but about 2m tall indoors.
Fiddle Leaf Figs start life as epiphytes, as their seeds germinate on top of other trees, before their roots grow towards the ground over the other tree, eventually suffocating it.
You can’t go wrong with a fiddle leaf fig. They’re relatively low-maintenance, gratifying, and all-around good for your well-being. If you’re looking for the perfect houseplant, search no further than Ficus lyrata.
*However, a fiddle-leaf fig might not be the best houseplant choice if you have kids or pets who might try to sample your plant’s leaves. Fiddle-leaf fig leaves and stems contain a thick white sap high in calcium oxalate crystals, so if you do have kids/pets and a fiddle-leaf fig, it’s important to prevent your kids/pets from eating your plant or getting the sap on their skin or in their eyes.
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