Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree Form
Fiddle Leaf Fig is total eye candy! This fiddle leaf fig is lush, tall, columnar and sculptural and it’s the ‘it’ plant right now. This tough plant adapts easily to conditions and once acclimated it can grow to 6 feet or taller.
Details: Fiddle leaf fig is one of the more forgiving members of the Fig tree family. The standards are grown with a single trunk at the bottom without leaves, and produce foliage near the top of the plant. Fiddle leaf figs prefer moderately bright light, but the leaves will start to burn if the light is too intense. They grow slowly, and can get up to or exceed 20′ tall. They prefer to dry out between watering.
Fiddle Leaf Figs are the “it” plant right now, and are featured in Southern Living, Better Homes and Gardens, and several other magazines. Prized for their broad, architectural foliage, Fiddle Leaf Figs do well in bright, direct light while being allowed to dry out in between watering. These large, gregarious plants perform well indoors, lending a distinctive personality to any room indoors. Fiddle Leaf Figs grow moderately quickly, and can be formed into either bush or tree forms.
Growing Zone: 9-11
Mature Height: 10′ – 20′
Mature Width: 30″ – 48″
Classification: Green Foliage
Sunlight: Bright indirect to Full sun outdoors
Habit: Tree form
Flower Color: Does not flower indoors
Foliage: Green, shiny, smooth
Soil Condition: Likes to dry out between watering
Water Require: If unsure, do not water
Perhaps the perfect houseplant
Very easy to grow