We really love the superbly chic Fiddle Leaf Fig in this sought after lollipop shape!
The Fiddle Leaf Fig tree is the star of houseplants, gracing the pages of lifestyle magazines with its relaxed opulence and fabulous A-lister looks. It’s part of a family of Fiddle Leaf Fig trees that we specialise in here at Happy Houseplants.
The knock-them-dead style of the Fiddle fig has everyone clamouring for one of these wonderful large houseplants. Superb in any style of home or room, it’s as comfortable gracing the rugs in the living room as it is in swathes of steam in the bathroom. Even in the kitchen it adds a touch of unbeatable class.
The Fig Leaf tree is available to you in several forms - here we have the lollipop shape, with the plant’s elegant stem forming part of the statement, the leaves luxuriantly branching out from the top finishing the look. We love this lollipop shape that reaches upwards and makes you imagine it’s native jungle. If you think of a lollipop then you have the right idea - a thin stem with branches and leaves making the top of the lollipop!
Caring for this houseplant isn’t difficult - you just have to remember that it’s from the tropics and loves humidity - and hates overwatering! A good tip is to mist it daily so that it collects moisture on the leaves, then water the soil occasionally.
Fiddle leaf fig prefers to be left alone - it won’t like being moved from a spot where it’s settled, so chill out and admire it from the sofa!
You might want to give this houseplant as an extra special indoor plant gift! We’ll include a free, handwritten card with your gift. Just note your message at the basket stage of checkout and we’ll do the rest. We won’t include any giveaway paperwork!
Where should I put it?
Fiddle leaf fig likes a bright position but avoid direct light.
Does it need feeding?
Feed with a liquid feed every month or so April - August.
Any other care?
Fiddle leaf fig trees will need their leaves dusting or misting regularly. Fig tree leaves may sometimes start to drop if the plant is overwatered.
Are they suitable if you have pets?
Ficus lyrata can be toxic to cats and dogs if nibbled.
What size is this plant?
W45cm x H200cm.
For more tips on how to care for houseplants, please have a look at our video.
If you love our Fiddle Fig lollipop, why not have a look at some of our other Fiddle Leaf Figs?