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Fiddle Leaf Fig

plant care guide

iddle leaf figs look good with the bottom leaves cut off to create a more tree like appearance and also with bushy or spindly all the way - it honestly doesn't have a bad side. Prone to dropping leaves during the winter or when becoming accustomed to a new home, it bounces back every time.

Fiddle Leaf Fig 101
Light
 

Fiddle Leaf Figs prefer bright, indirect light. Rotate occasionaly to ensure even growth.

 
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Common Pests & Problems
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Dropping Leaves

Curling leaves can indicate not enough light, inconsistent watering and/or temperature stress. Newer leaves are naturally curled and will begin to flatten as they mature. 

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Red spotty Leaves

Oedema causes red spots and are often the result of overwatering. Red spots that move are spidermites, quarantine the plant and treat with a insecticide or organic neem oil.

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