‘Fiddle-leaf fig’ “Clumps” Ficus Lyrata | 1 Gal Pot
The Ficus Lyrata, commonly called the fiddle-leaf fig, is a designer’s favorite indoor plant. The plant features very large, heavily veined, and violin-shaped leaves that grow upright on a tall plant. This plant is native to the tropics, where they thrive in warm and humid conditions. This makes them somewhat more challenging for the home grower, who is likely to have trouble duplicating these steamy conditions. Still, they are fortunately relatively adaptive plants that can withstand less-than-perfect conditions for a reasonably long time. Lyrata are typically grown as larger hose plants. They are perfect if you can place them in a floor-standing container where the plant is allowed to grow to 6 feet or more. Outside the trees commonly reach heights of 40. This plant can take modest pruning to shape. Once cut however, they stop growing vertical and begin to branch out.
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This plant does best indoors with bright, indirect light. It will tolerate lower light conditions but with less creamy variegation on the new leaves. A relatively low maintenance house plant, do not to overwater this plant. If the roots sit in water, they can suffer from root rot and fungus gnats can become an issue. Water the plant more during the summer months and scale back during the winter months. During warmer months feed your plant once per month with a half-strength balanced liquid fertilizer.