- Common Name(s):
- Fiddle-leaf fig
Small tropical tree, commonly grown as a houseplant. When mature they can make a great focal point in a livingroom or office space. They prefer bright light and average humidity. They are sesitive to overwatering and will loose their leaves. Not quite as easy to grow as a rubberplant.
- 9 feet
- rarely flowers as an indoor plant
- Growth Rate:
- It has attractive oval and semi-lobed thick leathery green leaves. Some of the leaves resemble fiddles, hence the common name. Leaves have prominent veins and can grow 12 inches long and 5 inches wide.
NCCES plant id: 2909