Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus Lyrata) | Wild roots
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Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus Lyrata)


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Estimated delivery date 2020/12/02

This product contains

Sr.No Item name
1. Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus Lyrata)
2. Round plastic pot (Black)

About

  • Ficus lyrata, commonly known as the fiddle-leaf fig, is a species of flowering plant in the mulberry and fig family Moraceae.
  • It is native to western Africa, from Cameroon west to Sierra Leone, where it grows in lowland tropical rain forest.
  • It can grow up to 12–15 m tall.
Common Name Fiddle leaf fig,
Maximum Reachable Height   12 -15 m tall
Flower/leaves Color Green
Bloom Time
  • nill

Planting

Fiddle-leaf figs are perfect as focal points of a room if you can situate them in a floor-standing container where the plant is allowed to grow to at least 6 feet. (Most indoor specimens reach around 10 feet tall.) They’re fairly fast growers and can be potted at any point in the year if you’re like most gardeners acquiring a nursery plant to keep indoors.

 Care

  • Light – Needs Bright, Filtered Light. …
  • Watering – Keep soil evenly moist at all times. …
  • Fertilizer – Feed bi-weekly with a weak green plant liquid solution during the growing season.
  • Re potting -Change dirt and transplant to a a larger pot annually.
Sunlight Bright filtered light
Water Moderate
Soil well drained soil
Temperature Normal, moderate

Uses

  •  Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree is one of the most popular plants for decorating the interior of both homes and professional spaces.
  • Its impressive large leaves and the relative ease of maintenance advocate it.
  • What they do not advocate is its use as a plant that filters and purifies the air.
  • That writing or saying about such a kind of use is scientifically totally unfounded.

Disclaimer : The image is for reference purposes only. The actual product may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.

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