Fiddle Leaf Fig Care

Light: Bright, indirect light. This plant should be kept indoors and avoid direct sunlight.

Water: You don't need to drench your plant to give it enough water. To keep things simple, water your plant the same amount each week. For plants that measure less than 2 feet from the soil to the tallest leaves, water 1 cup each week. For plants that are greater than 2 feet tall, water with 2 cups of water each week.

Temperature: Fiddle leaf figs prefer to be in warmer temperatures ranging from 60 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. However, make sure your fiddle leaf fig is nowhere near a heating vent, fan, or drafts from a window or door

Soil: Plant your fiddle-leaf in a humus-rich, loose, well-drained potting medium. Use an Indoor Potting Mix. We recommend augmenting the indoor houseplant soil with one-third to one-half cactus potting mix.

Fertilizer: Fiddle leaf figs do best on fertilizer with a 3-1-2 N-P-K ratio, or 3% nitrogen, 1% phosphorus, and 2% potassium. You should see these numbers displayed prominently on the package of any fertilizer you're considering, so keep an eye out!