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Fiddle Leaf Fig

£12.00
Ficus lyrata
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Key information

The Fiddle Leaf Fig, or Ficus lyrate, features glossy, veined, dark green leaves the shape of a violin. Position as part of an indoor jungle or alone as a botanical feature. This statement indoor tree not only is a design feature, but it is also known for its air purifying abilities.

Delivery & Returns
SOTO GARDENS EDITS AND COLLECTIONS: Soto deliver nationwide for all individual plants, pots and accessories via our courier partner, DPD within 3-7 working days. The Soto border collections are hand delivered within 3-7 working days to Greater London and the Home Counties. Please get in touch if you live outside these areas. Delivery is free for all orders over £50. For orders under £50, we charge £6. If you would like your order delivered after this period, please let us know when you’d like to take receipt in the delivery notes. Please see our delivery and returns page for more information. BIG GREEN EGG: Big Green Egg products are delivered by the Big Green Egg in accordance with their T&C’s. PREORDER Soto Christmas trees: Soto will hand deliver Christmas trees to Greater London from 20th November - 22nd December. Please select your preferred delivery week and the Soto team will be in touch to confirm the delivery day of delivery. Please contact Soto if you’ve any questions.
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Rotate the Fiddle Leaf Fig to encourage even growth.

How to care for Fiddle Leaf Fig

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Aspect
Happy in most light

Fiddle leaf plants prefer bright rooms away from direct sunlight.

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Care Level
Easy

Wipe leaves to remove dust and encourage photosynthesis.

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Watering
Sensitive

The Fiddle Leaf Fig is sensitive to overwatering, they require less water in the winter. 

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Feeding
Indoor plant food

Feed the Fiddle Leaf Fig during the spring and summer with a liquid feed. 

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Humidity
The higher the better

The Fiddle Leaf Fig loves humid environments, spray regularly. Regular misting can help create a more humid environment. 

Quick facts

BOTANICAL NAME
Ficus lyrata
PLANT TYPE
Indoor Plant
NURSERY POT SIZE
12cm, 17cm, 21cm, 27cm
PLANT HEIGHT (INCLUDING POT)
20-30cm, 50-60cm, 70-80cm, 140-150cm
WARNING SIGNS
Losing leaves can be a sign of over or under watering.
TOXICITY
Toxic if ingested.
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Indoor plants help bring personality, break up spaces and introduce new textures and tones.

At Soto we want to make looking after your plants as easy and enjoyable as possible. The Fiddle Leaf Fig profile will help you get to know your new plant.


Origin: The Fiddle Leaf Fig is native to the lowland rainforests of West Africa. In its native habitat, the Fiddle Leaf Fig can grow into a large tree.

Light: Fiddle Leaf Figs thrive in bright, indirect light. The plant is well adapted to the understory of the forest, where it receives filtered light. 

They can tolerate some direct sunlight, but prolonged exposure may lead to leaf burn. Adequate light is crucial for healthy growth and the development of the plant's characteristic large leaves.

Watering: Allow the top inch of the soil to dry out before watering. Fiddle Leaf Figs are sensitive to overwatering, so it's essential to strike a balance. Water less frequently in the winter when the plant's growth slows down.

Pruning: Prune to maintain the desired shape and remove any damaged or yellowing leaves. Wiping the leaves with a damp cloth can help keep them clean and helps with photosynthesis. 

When the plant first arrives it may drop a few leaves as it gets used to its new home, this is nothing to worry about.

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