The fiddle-leaf fig (Ficus lyrata) is a perfect indoor specimen plant. The plant features very large, heavily veined, violin-shaped leaves that grow upright on a tall plant.
These plants are local to the tropics, where they flourish in warm and wet conditions. This makes them to some degree additionally trying for the home cultivator, who is probably going to experience difficulty copying these hot conditions. Be that as it may, they are generally extreme plants that can likewise withstand not exactly ideal conditions for a genuinely prolonged stretch of time.
Sunlight: Most ficus trees appreciate splendid backhanded or separated light with variegated assortments joyfully ready to take medium light. Brilliant, direct light may bring about singing of the leaves and leaf misfortune.
Soil: Rich, humusy and very much depleted soil
Water: When watering, consistently check the head of the dirt first. On the off chance that the head of the dirt is wet, don't water as this implies they have enough dampness. On the off chance that the head of the dirt feels dry to the touch, this demonstrates they need water.
Temperature: Ficus trees likewise can't endure low temperatures or drafts. They should be kept in temperatures over 60 degrees F(16 degrees C) and really incline toward temperatures over 70 degrees F (21 degrees C).
Compost: Feed with moderate discharge pellets in the start of the developing season. Prepare once per month in the spring and summer and once like clockwork in the fall and winter.