Fiddle Leaf Fig
He's kind of a big deal. You've probably seen him while scrolling through your feed or maybe you caught him on the big screen. The venation, color, and shape of his leaves are really what threw him into the spotlight. He's notorious for being a little dramatic at times, but hey- it's not easy being famous.
Bright indirect mixed with direct exposure is ideal.
Once every 2 weeks. Allow soil to dry 2" down.
Toxic to your best friends.
About 20" tall and a pot size of 6".
Leaves get sturdier and larger as he matures.
Pro-tip: Brown spots on leaves indicate a need for higher light. Brown or red dots on new growth indicate inconsistent watering.