Unit Pack Size: 12" Pot
Light:The plant needs plenty of light but not direct sun. Too much sun will lead to scorch
marks on the leaves.
Water:In the summer, water the plant once or twice a week. Cut down on the water in thewinter.
Temp:The temperature should be in the 70's in the summer months and not less than 55degrees in the winter.
Soil:Strong, nourishing soil. Make sure the pot is well drained so that the roots also getthe oxygen they need. The potting soil you use should be mixed with sand.
Fertilizer:Feed every 2 weeks in the summer.
Pests:Mealy bug and spider mites
Special Care:This usually consists of cutting back every year to keep the plant from growing out
Flower Color:No flower.
Growth Habit:The Fiddleleaf is a columnar plant with large green fiddle-shaped leaves. The leaves
can be up to 12 inches wide and long.
Fun Fact:The name Fiddleleaf Fig refers to the similarity of the leaves to violins, or fiddles.
The key to a happy plant is proper care!