Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree, Soil, & Fertilizer to Get Your Ficus Growing Perfectly!
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The bundle makes a perfect gift for indoor plant lovers and outdoor gardeners alike. Ficus lyrata is a gorgeous single or multi stemmed plant specimen that can be grown indoors in a sunny spot. Fiddle leaf figs are quickly becoming one of the world’s most popular houseplants. With huge, violin shaped green leaves and attractive bark, they can liven up any space.
We carefully hand mix and formulate our own fiddle leaf fig tree soil with ingredients such as coconut coir, pine bark, perlite, sand, and the perfect amount of all purpose fiddle leaf fig slow release fertilizer. The soil comes in a resealable bag for storage or later use.
How to Care for a Fiddle Leaf Fig Plants
You can repot your fiddle leaf fig tree immediately with our fiddle leaf fig bundle. Fiddle leaf fig trees like bright, indirect sunlight when grown indoors with soil that is kept consistently moist. Optionally, they can be grown outdoors across the United States in USDA growing zones 9-11. If you don’t live in an area that is warm enough, you can keep it outdoors during spring, summer, and fall and move indoors for when temperatures are below 50 F.
Be sure to choose a pot with a drainage hole, as fiddle leaf fig plants don’t like wet feet. This can cause root rot and is potentially harmful to the longevity of the plant’s life. Keep soil moist but not wet. Fiddle Leaf Fig trees should be watered about once a week. Your fiddle leaf fig will come with fertilizer in the soil but you should re-fertilize in 4-6 months with our specially formulated fertilizer amendment. This is the best fertilizer for fiddle leaf figs to grow tall, strong, and healthy.
Fiddle leaf figs are very sensitive to changes in their environment. Pick a spot to grow it in either indoors or out, and keep it there for some time. Choose a spot that is far from vents or drafty areas like fans or windows. Your fig tree houseplant will tell you what it needs. The fiddle leaf plant will likely need some time to adapt to its new home. Lose a few leaves or see some discoloration? Reach out to us so we can help you troubleshoot.
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Check out our Fiddle Leaf Fig Grow Guide for more information on how to grow these vibrant houseplants.
- Can be grown indoors or outdoors in proper zones
- Liven up any indoor space with greenery
- Easy to grow