Fiddle-Leaf Figs

Fiddle-Leaf Figs, scientifically known as Ficus lyrata, are tall upright tropical ficus plants with variable large and broad violin-shaped leaves. Often grown indoors as houseplants, fiddle-leaf figs should be potted in containers and repotted yearly as their roots grow. Fiddle-leaf figs grow up to 40’-50’ | 12-15 m outdoors, but commonly have heights between 3’-5’ | .9-1.5 m when maintained as houseplants.

Collection of dimensioned Potted Fiddle-Leaf Fig Plants with varied heights and widths

Fiddle-Leaf Figs, scientifically known as Ficus lyrata, are tall upright tropical ficus plants with variable large and broad violin-shaped leaves. Often grown indoors as houseplants, fiddle-leaf figs should be potted in containers and repotted yearly as their roots grow. Fiddle-leaf figs grow up to 40’-50’ | 12-15 m outdoors, but commonly have heights between 3’-5’ | .9-1.5 m when maintained as houseplants.

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Height (Typical): 3’-5’ | .9-1.5 m; up to 10’ | 3 m (indoor)
Height (Maximum): 40’-50’ | 12-15 m
Leaf Width: 10”-12” | 25-30 cm
Leaf Length: 15”-18” | 37-45 cm
Appearance: Tall upright plant, large and broad violin-shaped leaves
Climate: Tropical, subtropical, temperate
Care: Bright filtered light, moist soil, warm environment
Scientific Name: Ficus lyrata

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Fiddle-Leaf Fig front elevations (multiple)

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