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Plant of the month: Ficus Lyrata

Celebrate the month with the captivating Ficus Lyrata, also known as the Fiddle Leaf Fig. Its regal, violin-shaped leaves bring grace and elegance to your living space effortlessly. Embrace cleaner air with its air-purifying benefits, making it the perfect green trend addition to your home.

Ficus Lyrata, commonly known as Fiddle Leaf Figs, are popular ornamental plants native to the rainforests of western and central Africa. These stunning house plants have large, oval shaped green leaves that resemble the size and shape of a fiddle, hence its name. Fiddle Leaf Figs are slow growers but mature into tree-like houseplants after four years of growth, making them great for living rooms or entry ways needing a focal point. However, they are not the easiest to care for.

Plant Facts
  • Ficus Lyrata can grow as tall as 10 feet indoors and can be the focal point of any room. These houseplants can grow 12-18 inches each year in the right environment.

  • Also known as the Fiddle Leaf Fig because of the shape of their large, broad leaves.

  • Native to the rainforests of western and central Africa.

  • Difficulty level: Difficult

  • The sap of the Ficus Lyrata is toxic and, for that reason, should be kept away from pets and children.

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