Croton Petra
Croton Petra
Rs. 699.00 Rs. 499.00

Fiddle-leaf fig Plant

Fiddle-leaf fig Plant

Rs. 999.00 Rs. 799.00
  • Fiddle-leaf fig prefers to be watered when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch.
  • It can tolerate some direct sunlight.
  • Fiddle-leaf fig is a slow-growing plant.
Rs. 799.00


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Direct Sunlight
Once a week
Proper Maintenance

With our fabulous Ficus lyrata, you can elevate your indoor living area to an extraordinary level of beauty. This tropical houseplant truly is a work of art. Its glossy, large, bold-trimmed leaves add even an iota of elegance to any living space.

Sunlight is essential for fiddle-leaf fig trees; hence, locating them close to windows where they can get natural light from such windows is the most suitable place for them. Meanwhile, light conditions can be adjusted to a level that is appropriate for the plants, although the plants may continue to grow at a slower rate. Regarding watering, one has to ensure that the soil is moist by not drenching it to make sure that the psychic rot does not take place. It's a good idea to let the top inch of soil dry up between waterings and also mist the plant daily so as to maintain a desirable humidity level.

This particular plant will take your breath away with its violin-shaped leaves, which often carry patterns of small veins visible on the upper surface. Mind you, leaves can lay down if conditions abruptly change or become adapted to a new environment.

When preparing your fiddle-leaf fig for potting, use proper draining soil to avoid waterlogged roots and allow free draining. This plant is a kind of tropical species that loves humidity and heat; thus, positioning it close to any windy windows or air conditioners' vents should be avoided.

In general, the fiddle-leaf fig is a bold plant that is in it for the long haul with a provision for it to give you a view of its foliage and greenness for years to come.

Fiddle-leaf fig Plant
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