Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant

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Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant
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Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant 1 ½ ft tall Medium Mid-Century

$159

Pot style:

Mid-Century

Pot color:

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45-day Guarantee

Living plants need time to adapt to changing conditions. If your plant doesn't settle in comfortably within the first 45 days, we'll replace it.

Made to Order

Each and every order is hand-selected, inspected for health, treated for insects, pruned, cleaned and staged in your choice of planter.

Green Shipping

Experience our custom-designed packaging, crafted for the safe and sustainable transit of your plants. Shipped via FedEx, UPS, and USPS, we ensure expedited delivery with package tracking, arriving in just 1 to 6 days. At checkout, customize your delivery by selecting a preferred shipping date to suit your schedule. Our packaging is innovatively designed to secure your plant and planter, minimizing soil displacement and guaranteeing your new green addition arrives in immaculate condition. Dedicated to environmental stewardship, our packagings are 99% recyclable, striving towards a greener delivery process.

Plant Details & Size

A lush and sculptural plant with elegant violin-shaped leaves, the Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree is the most popular amongst the Fiddle family and makes for a dramatic addition to any indoor space. This plant needs bright indirect light.

  • Approximately 1 to 1.5 feet in overall height, from bottom of pot to top leaf
  • Botanical name: Ficus lyrata
  • Native to tropical western Africa
  • Live, fully grown, healthy plant · Grown in the USA

*Please note that plants are grown naturally and can vary in height ± 10%. If you're looking for a specific height, please reach out and we'd be happy to help.

Is This the Right Plant for You?

Fiddle Leaf Figs are a popular plant with interior designers and often appear in the pages of trendy magazines as a staple of fashion brand photography. Standing at over 6 feet tall the Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree is the perfect balance of volume and grace. This plant is truly a must-have for all who appreciate style and greenery.

Difficulty: Expert

The Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant requires a special touch and is not recommended for absolute beginners

Pets

Careful with pets.
The plant may cause mild irritation if ingested.

Light

The Fiddle Leaf Fig requires lots of bright indirect light · View Light Guide

Pot Design & Size

Construction and details
  • Sized to fit 6" grower pots with extra room for drainage
  • Glazed inside and out, completely waterproof
  • No drainage hole, plant should be staged, ideal for indoor or outdoor use
  • Elevated by a sleek wood stand - teak wood for the light and dark stained options, mahogany wood for the black stained option
  • Finished with non-toxic, non-VOC oil
pot

Care Essentials

Light

The Fiddle Leaf Fig requires lots of bright indirect light · View Light Guide

Water

Water evenly when top of soil is dry, about once a week

Care Guide

More information can be found in the Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant.

Must-Know Before Buying

Note: This plant is hyper-sensitive to environmental changes. The plant might shed leaves in the first weeks as it adapts to new light, humidity, and temperature conditions.

MIDCENTURY MODERN ELEGANCE

Our Mid-Century collection pairs high-fire ceramic pots with reclaimed wood stands, offering a nod to classic design with a focus on sustainability. Teak is used for light and dark stands, while black stands feature durable mahogany, underscoring our commitment to sophisticated indoor gardening and environmental responsibility. Designed and engineered with form and function in mind, these pieces are perfectly sized, water sealed, surface safe, and made from non-toxic materials.

What's included

When you purchase a plant from Léon & George, each order is prepared with the utmost care and service:

  • Sourced from top California growers
  • Hand-selected for health, shape and beauty
  • Cleaned and shined with our own all-natural soaps
  • Trimmed and pruned for blemishes
  • Inspected and treated with systemic bug protection
  • Soil is topped with preserved forest moss or pebbles for a refined finished touch
  • Carefully wrapped, packed and sealed for their journey to you

When ordered with a ceramic pot, your set is assembled with our staging method for optimal airflow and drainage. Léon & George plants are fitted into the highest quality of small batch, hand-finished stoneware ceramic pots, which are renowned for their high-fire, waterproof, ultra-strong material.

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customer reviews for the Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant

Mary E.

Verified Buyer

June 15, 2024

Atlanta , GA

Featured Questions

Can fiddle leaf fig trees be grown outdoors?

Fiddle Leaf Fig trees (Ficus lyrata) are tropical plants that are native to the rainforests of West Africa. They receive bright, indirect sunlight and high humidity in their natural habitat. While it is possible to grow a fiddle leaf fig tree outdoors in certain climates, they are generally best suited for indoor cultivation in pots or containers.

Fiddle Leaf Fig trees can be grown outdoors in warmer climates where the temperature stays above freezing, but they require a location with bright, indirect sunlight and high humidity. They also need to be protected from strong winds and direct sunlight, which can scorch their leaves. If you live in a cooler climate and want to grow a fiddle leaf fig tree outdoors, it is best to keep it in a container that can be brought indoors during the winter months to protect it from frost.

It is important to remember that Fiddle Leaf Fig trees are not as hardy as some other types of trees and may be more prone to pests and diseases when grown outdoors. Maintaining the ideal temperature and humidity levels for these plants outdoors is also more challenging, which can affect their growth and overall health.

How big do fig trees get?

Fiddle leaf fig trees (Ficus lyrata) are a popular indoor houseplant known for their large, glossy leaves. When grown indoors, these trees typically reach a height of 6-10 feet, although they can potentially grow taller if provided with adequate care.

The size of a fiddle leaf fig tree can also depend on the size of the pot or container it is grown in. If the pot is too small, the tree may become root-bound and unable to grow to its full potential. It is a good idea to repot your fiddle leaf fig tree into a slightly larger pot every two to three years to give the roots more room to grow and to provide the plant with fresh soil.

How do I know when it's time to repot my fiddle leaf fig tree?

There are a few signs that can indicate it's time to repot your fiddle leaf fig tree:

  • The roots are visibly overcrowded in the current pot: If the roots are tightly packed, and there is no longer room to grow, it may be time to repot your fiddle leaf fig tree into a larger pot.
  • The plant is not growing or is growing very slowly: If your fiddle leaf fig tree is not growing or is growing very slowly, it may be because the roots are too crowded or the soil is no longer providing enough nutrients. In this case, repotting the plant into fresh soil may help stimulate new growth.
  • The plant is top-heavy: If your fiddle leaf fig tree has become top-heavy and is tipping over, it may be necessary to repot it into a larger pot to provide more support.
  • The pot has become too small: If the pot that your fiddle leaf fig tree is in is too small, the roots may not have enough room to grow and the plant may become root-bound. In this case, it's time to repot the plant into a larger pot.

In general, it is a good idea to repot your fiddle leaf fig tree every two to three years to provide fresh soil and give the roots more room to grow. When repotting, use a pot that is slightly larger than the current pot, as fiddle leaf fig trees do not like to be overpotted. Choose a pot with good drainage to prevent excess moisture from accumulating in the soil.

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