A: Hi Alister. Thank you for your question. In summer, plants can be grown outdoors in a high light (but not full outdoor sun) location. Bring plants inside before frost.
A: not growing. hope it lives
A: Hey; Lizard: I don't know if you're saying you bought one of these plants at Home Depot, was it a Costa Farms Plant? But I had mine delivered in the mail, and it came in a nice little white ceramic pot: The directions said that it shouldn't need to be repotted for quite a while. Also, the instructions say to be very cautious about watering too much! Mine started to lose leaves, but I let up on watering, by a lot! It should be in a bright but not direct sun spot. So far, I have no complaints at all about Costa Farms Plant folks, or any of the plants... I even took a small cutting from the original and it is coming right along. I would have left the original soil mix in the plant pot, so maybe it's the miracle gro soil that doesn't suit the fiddle leaf plant. Does he still have any green growing? I hope you can take a bit of it and plant it in some other soil, maybe start over fresh! Good luck with them.
A: I've just moved the plant into a larger pot. I only went up to what I consider "the next size" where it will continue to grow. I use plant food when I repot, but certainly not each time I water - that would be too much of a good thing.
A: I removed it and put it in a bigger pot. You only feed the plant once a month not every time you water it.
A: Hi, Newbie; I don't think you will have to repot for a long time, maybe 3 or 4 years, but only if they look uncomfortable - and I would hold off on fertilizer unless a little bit once or twice a season. Mine are doing great. Don't water more than they absolutely require. Good luck!
A: This plant is a "dwarf" variety, so it is best suited as a coffee table type plant - one that provides a small, living accent to your living area. It will grow a little larger, but not by much. If you want one of those larger plants of the same variety that grow up to six feet tall, you will have to purchase a different variety.
A: Hi! The Fiddle Leaf Fig is not a palm tree but a Ficus. It is also known as the Ficus Lyrata. We hope this helps!
A: Yes I got it when they said, but the problem is it’s starting to look bad, Im tiring to help it get back to looking good. I followed everything about the plant that they sent me so Let’s hope it rebounds some what. If not it’s money gone and I will never buy this type of plant again.
A: This is not a type of palm. This is like a fig tree it has big leaves and they also call it the fiddle leaf. The small one has smaller leaves and is a nice indoor plant.
|Brand||Costa Farms||Costa Farms||Costa Farms||Brighter Blooms|
|Name||Ficus Lyrata Fiddle Leaf Fig Indoor Plant in 10 in. White Planter, Average Shipping Height 3-4 ft. Tall||6 in. Trending Tropicals Green Galaxy Monstera Plant in White Decor Pot||10 in. Bird of Paradise Indoor Plant in Gray Planter, Avg. Shipping Height 3-4 ft. Tall||Benjamina Ficus Tree (Ficus Benjamina) in 3 Gal. Pot|
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|Light Requirements||Bright Light||Bright Light||Medium Light||Bright Light|
|Common Name Family||Fiddle Leaf Fig||Philodendron||Bird of Paradise||Ficus|
|Mature Height (in.)||48 in.||60 in.||46 in.||96 in.|
|Water Requirements||Once a week||Once a week||Once a week||Once a week|
|Additional Characteristics||Prepotted||Air Purifying||Low Maintenance,Prepotted||Air Purifying,Disease Resistant,Insect Resistant,Low Maintenance,Tropical|
|Pet Friendly||Unsafe for Pets||Unsafe for Pets||Unsafe for Pets||Safe for Cats,Safe for Dogs|
|Mature Width (in.)||30 in.||36 in.||30 in.||36 in.|
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