Ficus Lyrata

$14.02 incl. GST
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  • NOTE:
  1. The actual plant may differ as each pot has its own unique natural look and though look identical but never 100% similar to the image pictured here.
  2. Flowers/Fruits are seasonal and plants may not be with Flowers/Fruits at the time of order/delivery.
  • Overall Height APPROXIMATELY
  1. 45cm for 14cm(Ø)
  2. 170cm for 26cm(Ø)
  3. 210cm for 28cm(Ø)
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  • The fiddle-leaf fig (Ficus lyrata) is a popular indoor specimen plant featuring very large, heavily veined, violin-shaped leaves that grow upright.
  • These plants are native to tropical parts of Africa, where they thrive in very warm and wet conditions.
  • This makes them somewhat challenging for the home grower, who is likely to have trouble duplicating these steamy conditions.
  • However, they are relatively tough plants that can withstand a less-than-perfect environment for a fairly long time.
  • Fiddle-leaf figs are perfect as focal points of a room if you can situate them in a floor-standing container where the plant is allowed to grow to at least 6 feet.
  • They’re fairly fast growers and can be potted at any point in the year if you're like most gardeners acquiring a nursery plant to keep indoors.
  • Commonly known as Fiddle-leaf fig, banjo fig.


  • Loamy, medium moisture, well-draining.


  • Fertilize throughout the growing season with a high-nitrogen plant food, following label instructions.
  • There are fertilizers specially made for fiddle-leaf figs available. You generally won’t have to feed your plant over the winter.


  • Part shade.


  • Fiddle-leaf figs like a moderate amount of moisture in the soil.
  • If the plant doesn’t get enough water, its leaves will wilt and lose their bright green color.
  • And if it gets too much water, the plant might drop its leaves and suffer from root rot, which ultimately can kill it.
  • During the growing season (spring to fall), water your fiddle-leaf fig when the top inch of soil feels dry.
  • And over the winter months, water slightly less.
  • Furthermore, these plants are sensitive to high salt levels in the soil.
  • So it's ideal to flush the soil until water comes out the bottom of the pot at least monthly.
  • This helps to prevent salt build-up.


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