This Fiddle Leaf Fig is now about 3 years old and was .7 metres high when it was purchased- it has grown up very well. Picked up a Fiddle Leaf Fig but convinced you lack a green thumb? Landscape designer Adam Robinson shares his tips to keep your plant not just alive, but to get it to thrive! ©+Adam+Robinson+Design+-+sydney+landscape+designer+outdoor+stylist+balcony+makeover+workshop Image: Adam Robinson Design The Ficus Lyrata, more commonly known as the Fiddle Leaf Fig, is a gorgeous bulletproof indoor plant. Grown in their natural environment outdoors, they can develop into a large tree. This means when placed indoors they can grow into an impressive size, but they don’t have to! By containing them in a pot they become like a bonsai. Fiddle leafs do best in a well-lit position indoors but out of direct sunlight Looking after your Fiddle Leaf Fig is pretty simple fiddle-leaf-fig-care_mini Image: Balcony Garden Web Here are some tips. Watering your Fiddle Leaf Fig I suggest applying a litre of water once a week. You can do this more often if you’ve got it in a position that catches some north or western sun. The plant likes drying out in-between each water, so be mindful to not overwater these guys. Plant food and leaf care The Fiddle Leaf has large lush dark green leaves, to keep these looking their best use a liquid fertiliser in conjunction with a seaweed concentrate. The fertiliser is food for the plans whilst the seaweed concentrate is a pant tonic to keep the health up to the plant. I suggest Power Feed and Seasol. Clean the leaves with a soft sponge and water or paper towel to remove dust and improve their glossy appearance. e378bba48cfcc9e6ac58bb423ee65fac   Image: House Beautiful Magazine jennifer causey Image: Bloglovin’