CARE TIPS FOR THE FICUS LYRATA

CARE TIPS FOR THE FICUS LYRATA

If you haven’t yet, meet the beautiful Ficus Lyrata. Commonly referred to as the Fiddle Leaf Fig, this popular indoor plant has been sensationalized over the past few years

The Lyrata gives off a simplistic & modern plant design that pairs nicely with neutral colors and trendy interior decorations

Its big, waxy, dark green, violen-shaped leaves demand your eye’s attention and the skinny trunk finds its way into the soil every so gently. The best part is, the bigger they get, the cooler they look.

Before you snag a Fiddle Leaf Fig of your own, it’s important to understand how to keep it alive and thriving. Nothing replaces the joy of a new plant like seeing it fall apart before your eyes…

LIGHT AND LOCATION Of course, every plant requires light in order to grow. But, the Ficus Lyrata requires a special kind of light to thrive and grow into a large mature plant.

Indirect sunlight is best. Placing your Lyrata near a window or skylight will ensure it has enough light to remain healthy in your environment. Avoid any direct sunlight, as it could stunt it’s growth or even kill the plant.

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WATERING Another no brainer… Of course your Fiddle Leaf Fig requires water to survive. However, too much water will kill it. Best practice is to stick your fingers a few inches into the soil to see how dry or wet it is. If the soil is dry a few inches down,