Add charm to any room in your house with this lovely dark green foliage!
Nothing is grander than the 'Fiddle Leaf Fig', as its mightily leaves stand upwards for all to see. The only thing that could outshine its splendour is perhaps the much grander branched version!
Our branched 'Fiddle Leaf Fig', has been shaped & grown to the magnificent tree you see. The large single trunk branches off into several thick branches that make up the thick canopy.
Key Benefits of Fiddle Leaf Fig 'Branched'
We associate Fiddle Leaf Fig Leave's with minimalist elegance and homes that have been carefully attended to. Perhaps that's why we feel so calm and relaxed in a room with a large fig like this one. The large violin shaped leaves will provide extra shade and subtle reassurance to your room. We suggest grabbing a book and perching beside it for a relaxing afternoon.
Fiddle Leaf Fig 'Branched' Plant Care Tips
How to care for information:
Water should be allowed to drain freely from the roots, if the roots sit in excess water the leaves of your tree will begin to fall off. Providing additional humidity will help the leaves to form correctly and unfurl without tearing. Provide as much bright light as possible, limited light will cause the tree to decline.
The Fiddle Leaf Fig 'Branched' Plant Story
Where is it from?
The fiddle leaf fig originated in the rainforests of Africa! It can be found growing in Libera and Gabon.
Who is the Fiddle Leaf Fig 'Branched'?
The fiddle leaf fig gets its name from the large fiddle or violin shaped leaves. It has even been referred to as the banjo fig. Each leaf has prominent veins, which are visible on both the upper and under side. The leave stand tall and proud when adequately hydrated. When the tree becomes dehydrated the leaves will lose their pride and point downwards.
Is the Fiddle Leaf Fig 'Branched' the right plant for me?
Fiddle leaf figs are notoriously funky and have earned themselves a reputation. If you are committed and perceptive to your trees needs than you likely will be able to manage its funky moods just fine. The key to making the fiddle leaf fig happy is regular watering and plenty of bright light!
Bright, indirect light. Can tolerate direct sun in the morning and evenings.
Allow the top 5cm of the soil to dry before watering. Keep a consistent watering routine, we advise that you check on your ficus every 5 to 7 days. Its important that it does not dry out completely.
Average from 18°C to 24°C
Toxic. Always keep plants away from children and pets.
Follow a monthly fertilizing schedule when the plant is actively growing. In most cases, this is in the spring and summer. Use a balanced fertilizer - this means a ratio of NPK that is all the same. Ex: 10-10-10.
Using a damp soft cloth wipe down the leaves to remove dust and other debris.