I know you must have noticed that there are Fiddleleaf Fig (ficus lyrata) trees all over the magazines. I seem to see them everywhere and I’m afraid I’ve fallen for them too. My sister has a Fiddleleaf in her master bedroom that she’s had for years, so she was ahead of this popular plant fad. I’ve been on the lookout, but haven’t spotted them at my local big box store, so made a point to visit a Pike Nursery here in my town, since I was sure they had them. And they did!
If you’ll notice in the magazines, there are lots of them out there.
They make beautiful accent plants in a corner of a room and add so much life to a space.
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I can’t imagine living without plants now and love surrounding myself with many of them.
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What a statement these Fiddleleaf Figs make with their rich green leathery leaves.
Mine landed in my bedroom in front of the window and I hope I can keep it alive. Let’s hope this Ficus variety is not as persnickety as the old ficus trees have been. Ever lose all the leaves on a ficus? Yes, yes I have! My sister has had good luck with hers, so hopefully I will too.
This one came from Pike Nursery and was $40.
Those vibrant green leaves work well in my bedroom and fills up this corner.
I got that pretty planter at the Ballard Designs outlet in Roswell.
Hello Fiddleleaf Fig, welcome to my world!
Do you have a Fiddleleaf and are you going to try one too?