Ficus with large, leaves in a rose gold pot.
Is there a plant having more of a moment than the Fiddle Leaf Fig? This on-fleek 6” ficus has become a status symbol for trendy interior design and a must-have to achieve cool plant parent vibes. His violin-shaped leaves are native to Western Africa, which is also where his Fiddle name originated. Go fig-ure. Watch him grow in a shiny rose gold ceramic pot. A chic Fiddle in an equally stylish pot? Well, that’s just music to our ears.
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Fiddle Leaf Fig
Bright, filtered light is best, remembering to turn your Fiddle Leaf friend every few months when he begins to lean towards the light. Water once every 10 days, allowing to dry out slightly between waterings, and keep away from any cold drafts.Learn More
When the path of sunlight reaching your plant is not direct, or is filtered by something else (ex: sheer curtains).
Every 1-2 Weeks
Allow soil to dry out between waterings.
Know Your Roots Meet the farmer
Meredith believes in doing home decor differently. That’s why, since 2013, she has been cultivating and crafting unique plants that transform spaces and bring them to life. For Meredith, plants are living art meant to inspire those who come into contact with them. Driven by her love of travel and exploration, Meredith isn’t afraid to go somewhere new with her designs. This love for the imagination and willingness to look at life with a creative eye is why we’re so happy to shine a light on her incredible plants.
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