Ficus Lyrata ‘Fiddle Leaf Fig’


Ficus Lyrata ‘Fiddle Leaf Fig’


Ficus Lyrata ‘Fiddle Leaf Fig’

So, we think you’ll love this Ficus Lyrata ‘Fiddle Leaf Fig’ as it lights up any room or garden. Also, the Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus lyrata) may be the ‘mean girls’ of plants, but we want in on the clique. Looking this good is hard work, but not so tough once you know a few tricks. Ficus lyrata is a fig (or Ficus), native to tropical Cameroon in Africa and is in the fig/mulberry family, Moraceae. Furthermore, the natural environment is hot, humid, and it rains often but lightly, while the sun dries up moisture quickly. Lastly, they have giant green leaves with lots of cells that need lots of sunlight for food production.

  • Botanical Name: Ficus lyrata
  • Common Name(s): Fiddle-leaf Fig
  • Description: Native to tropical western Africa, Ficus lyrata, commonly known as the fiddle-leaf fig, has very large green leaves with a leather-like texture. Although Ficus lyrata grows naturally in lowland tropical forests it can thrive in a large range of environments. Place in bright indirect sunlight, on the ground where it can grow up to 6′ tall. Keep soil moist. Toxic to pets if ingested.

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