Why are my Fiddle Leaf Fig leaves drooping?

Fiddle leaf figs are the most popular houseplants in the U.S.A due to their lush and vibrant foliages.

These breath-taking houseplants are excellent for creating tropical vibes in your indoor space. It can be upsetting to see your fiddle leaf fig leaves drooping.

The possible causes of fiddle leaf fig leaves drooping is too little water, overfeeding, overwatering, incorrect lighting...

and high temperature. Other minor causes are pest infestations, root-bound, and transplant shock.

Identifying the exact cause of droopy leaves on fiddle leaf figs may sound simple, but investigate your plant first before finding the solutions.

Lack of sunlight can also make your fiddle leaf fig leaves droop and yellow. It occurs since the leaves cannot make food and process the moisture.

High temperature causes an increase in water loss and makes the leaves look saggy and unhealthy.

If you overfed your fiddle leaf figs, the leaves will become droopy and brown.

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