Ficus Lyrata "Fiddle Leaf"
Description Ficus lyrata, commonly known as the fiddle-leaf fig, is native to western Africa.
Indoor Care Fiddles do best when they're placed in a south-facing window, where they'll get steady sunlight all day long. Be sure to rotate your fiddle-leaf fig every few days so that it grows evenly (rather than leaning toward the light). During the growing season (spring to fall), water your fiddle-leaf fig when the top inch of soil feels dry (then less often in the winter months). This should be about once weekly. Every other week, dust the leaves with a damp cloth.
Toxicity Toxic to dogs and cats, if ingested.
Dimensions Comes in a 6" pot (bambino) or a bushy 3 plants per 10" pot.