Top 5 Indoor Plants and How to Care for Them Fiddle Leaf Fig-Ficus Lyrata

Top 5 Indoor Plants and How to Care for Them

How to keep a fiddle leaf fig alive (& happy) | Decor Fix

How to Keep a Fiddle Leaf Fig Alive and Happy

I love these plants ... Great info for a serial fiddle leaf fig killer ... Fiddle Leaf Fig Care

Fiddle Leaf Fig Care

I love these plants ... Great info for a serial fiddle leaf fig killer ... Fiddle Leaf Fig Care

Nutrition Benefits of Fig Leaves!    Once used to protect the privacy of Adam and Eve and adorn the bodies of Greeks and Romans fig leaves are most commonly known for their spiritual and mythical symbolism. Although these large leaves do serve as adequate body coverings they can also be transformed into a delectable dish. In fact fig leaves are not only edible but also provide various health benefits when consumed.  Identification  Grown on the ficus tree the fig is a nutritious and sweet…

Nutrition Benefits of Fig Leaves! Once used to protect the privacy of Adam and Eve and adorn the bodies of Greeks and Romans fig leaves are most commonly known for their spiritual and mythical symbolism. Although these large leaves do serve as adequate body coverings they can also be transformed into a delectable dish. In fact fig leaves are not only edible but also provide various health benefits when consumed. Identification Grown on the ficus tree the fig is a nutritious and sweet…

Fiddle-Leaf Fig  Why you want it: This lovely indoor tree (actually a species of ficus) has large, dark-green leaves that seem to form the vague outline of a fiddle or violin—that's how it gets its name.  How to care for it: This indoor plant likes room temperatures between about 65 and 75 degrees, and exposure to bright to medium light. The surface of the soil should dry out slightly between watering. If it starts to look a bit pale, try moving it to somewhere less bright.

The 15 easiest indoor house plants that won't die on you

Fiddle-Leaf Fig Why you want it: This lovely indoor tree (actually a species of ficus) has large, dark-green leaves that seem to form the vague outline of a fiddle or violin—that's how it gets its name. How to care for it: This indoor plant likes room temperatures between about 65 and 75 degrees, and exposure to bright to medium light. The surface of the soil should dry out slightly between watering. If it starts to look a bit pale, try moving it to somewhere less bright.

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