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Fiddle Leaf Fig

Ficus Lyrata

From £10.00

The fiddle leaf fig is a very popular choice of indoor houseplant and can grow over 2m tall indoors, making it a real showstopper in any room. Their large, veinous, violin shaped leaves are their shining glory and they thrive in warm, humid environments.

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About Fiddle Leaf Fig

Botanical Name
Ficus Lyrata
Common Names
Fiddle leaf fig
Plant Height
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Nursery Pot Size
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Air Purification Qualities
Child & Pet Safe?
Toxic if ingested

Known for its huge leaves, the fiddle leaf fig is highly effective at purifying the air due to its high transpiration rate, helping to remove CO2 from the environment and control humidity levels, particularly in environments that may use air conditioning. Originating from the West African coast, the fiddle leaf has been known to flourish in low-land tropical climates. So, what does this mean for me? Be sure to keep your indoor plant well-watered and give it an occasional misting!

Coming in a range of different sizes, there are many different environments in which your fiddle leaf could be accustomed! Whether it’s one for your work desk, coffee table, or a larger showstopper piece, we stock the perfect sized fiddle leaf fig for you!

Caring for your Fiddle Leaf Fig:

  • Remove yellow or dying leaves, and plant debris to keep your Fiddle Leaf Fig in its best condition. While pruning, always use clean scissors or shears to reduce the chance of bacterial and fungal diseases.
  • When pruning, always cut as close to the stem as possible, as this will most likely stimulate new and exciting growth.

Toxicity:

The fiddle leaf fig is classed as poisonous; if parts of the plants are eaten, vomiting, nausea and a loss of appetite could occur. Consumption of large quantities must be dealt with quickly; acquire medical assistance for further information. The sap can also cause dermatitis and skin allergy to sensitive individuals, so be sure to wear gloves when handling.

Please note: this product does not include a pot. Browse our entire range of indoor pots, or choose between our ceramic pots or self-watering plant pots.

Please note: this plant comes in a plastic nursery pot. Browse our entire range of plant pots to add that extra charm and character to your home.

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How To Care For Fiddle Leaf Fig

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Watering

Allow the water to dry out by about a third ins spring and summer and allow to dry out even further during winter to avoid root rot. We advise adding luke wark water to Fiddle Lead Figs, as they can be quite sensitive to extreme temperature changes. Don’t allow the soil to thoroughly dry out completely, but just keep your eyes on it and you shouldn’t have too much trouble.  If you don’t have anything to water with, why not try our BRAND NEW watering cans?

Light & Location

As with most houseplants a bright, indirect light is best for all-round growth, avoid too much direct sunlight and keep it leaves dust free.

Humidity

Fiddle Leaf Fig thrives in a reliable, humid environment, so we advise misting frequently.  If you have nothing to mist with, we have the perfect solution! Try our water mister.

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Soil

A well draining indoor plant potting mix should be fine for a fiddle-leaf-fig. Add grit or perlite for added drainage.

Fertiliser

We recommend adding a splash of liquid fertiliser to Fiddle Leaf Figs water monthly during spring and summer. Something like our Miracle-Gro All Purpose Pump and Feed would be perfect!

Pests and Diseases

Fiddle Leaf Figs don’t have any real problems but can be susceptible to spider mites, scale and bacterial or fungal diseases. Keep your eyes peeled for leaf damage as brown dark spots as well as any creepy crawlies. If this becomes a problem, simply treat it with some of our neem oil!

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Repotting

When small, repot your fiddle leaf every spring. But when more mature simply replace the top 2 inches of soil to refresh the nutrients. Have a look at our extensive range of stone plant pots and pick which one you find nicest!

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Delivery & Returns

Buy your plants online and get hassle-free delivery direct to your door.

We ensure you’re always happy with your purchase, so if you’re plant or pot is damaged or not quite up to scratch upon arrival, simply email hello@oxy-plants.com and we’ll process your complaint accordingly and offer a replacement, return or refund in most cases.

Delivery costs are calculated whilst you are in your basket, or during checkout. The calculation is based on the size and weight of the items which are being shipped. Any items which are classed as XL can only be shipped on a standard service unfortunately.

Or, if you live locally and would prefer to avoid paying the delivery fee, you are welcome to come pick up your parcel from us in Bolton.

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