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Hirt's Fiddleleaf Fig Tree - Ficus - Great Indoor Tree - Easy - 4" Pot

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  • Native to western Africa, from Cameroon west to Sierra Leone.
  • Makes a stunning indoor tree.
  • Easy to grow.
  • Provide morning sun or bright, indirect light.
  • The starter plant you will receive is growing in a 4" pot.
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  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003GMD1Y6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,926 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Product Description

Ficus lyrata, commonly known as the fiddle-leaf fig, is a species of fig tree, native to western Africa, from Cameroon west to Sierra Leone. It grows in lowland tropical rainforest.

As a house plant the Fiddleleaf Fig is very easy to grow. Provide morning sun or very bright indirect light and keep evenly moist, not wet or dry. Trim as needed.

Cultivation and uses
It is a popular ornamental tree in subtropical and tropical gardens, and is also grown as a houseplant, where it usually stays shorter when put into pots than when grown outdoors. Their main horticultural feature are their large leaves. Like other fig species, it can grow to a large tree if planted in the ground. Like all figs, it is frost tender. The starter plant you will receive is growing in a 4" pot.

Customer Reviews

Very healthy looking plant.
bootcrazed
What is was..someone stuck a few leaves into a plastic pot so it would grow and the top leaf was already dying.
Star
I am so thrilled to have a Fiddleleaf Fig Tree.
Rainbow Painter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Discerning Customer on November 19, 2011
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Received 9 months ago, currently 27" tall, big leaves. I often water the base, but this plant you can slowly trickle at very top and it will wind down the stem to the base, very cool. I infrequently spritz entire plant with water and do not over water. Has done well with various light conditions around windows. I am very happy with this purchase. UPDATE: 22 months since purchase, 7 foot tall, repotted last spring in 10 gallon dirt bag ( it has a huge root ball ), trunk is starting to bark out, limbs branching, so lush & full of leaves use a 4 ft rod to help stabilize. I may have to move to location with raised ceiling. I had never tried to grow houseplants before and this one is extremely low maintenance, fun to watch grow and very satisfying. Secrets of my plant newbie success? I use a hydrometer to check soil moisture so I do not over water, good light and good soil. I think the dirt bags really help the roots breathe too. You can buy them on here for a couple bucks and then place them inside more ornate containers. I make sure I have at least a one inch air gap between dirt bag and container all the way around, leave the container's drain plug in, place a layer of smooth gravel at the bottom for any excess water to dissipate and fertilizer sticks spring and fall.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Rrichard Harris-DeStarr on July 15, 2014
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Well when I received the small box I said "you've got to be kidding""only three leaves and all small" this looks nothing like then picture so needless to say I was pissed but I knew I could make it happen, i love plants and have lots of time on my hands. Then Don Draper (that's his name) started to grow and grow. I got him in September of 2011 and now he's about 4 feet tall with big wide leaves and that no taking into account that I cut off the top three leaves in January 2014 to root and now Don Jr. has 9 large leaves and is doing great. I will say that the picture is very misleading but with lots of love, light, food, and water, it'll take off like wildfire. It took a few months for Don to get use to his new environment, so just wait a few months and it will be worth it. There were a few times I was ready to give up but stood by the boy and now he's the man!
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Browlan on July 4, 2012
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I am such a lover of the Fiddle Leaf Ficus, I wanted to review my purchase and share my experience and thoughts. Years ago, in one of the offices where I was employed, they had one of these trees. It stood about 8-10 feet tall and it was so beautiful it took my breathe away! I managed to get a cutting from the tree, got it to root and grow, and ended-up giving it to a retiring co-worker who loved it just as much as I did. However, I was determined to own another, so recently I went on an on-line hunt for one because I was unable to find them in my city. The only resource I was able to locate was on Amazon so I ordered three of these plants along with some others from Amazon/Hirt's Gardens. All my plants arrived quite quickly actually, in a fairly small box with five plants in it. Each plant had been bound with masking tape around the tops of the containers to keep the dirt in, the leaves were a bit folded/pressed together from their long journey in a box from Ohio to California. And the plants, were of course, dried-out and in need of water. But each plant has 14-20 healthy leaves on a stem that is 8-10 inches high (stem only/does not include container). All leaves were attached to the stem of the plants, and looking very green and shiny with no brown/black spots. All-in-all, quite healthy looking considering the length of the trip and through the US Mail, to-boot! I've since placed them in a spot where I think they will acclimate to their new home and they are unfolding and adjusting nicely. I know from my previous experience with this plant that they have a tendency to go into shock, more so than most other plants, and they show it! So I'm expecting to lose some leaves in the adjustment process, but will wait at least one more week and then fertilize gently to encourage recovery and growth. Overall, I couldn't be happier with my purchases and I FINALLY got my Fiddle Leaf Figs!!!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By shari s on July 8, 2011
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when i got this it was perfectly packaged in a little pot. filbert was a little guy about a foot tall. was worried about getting a plant through mail and if it would be ok...its been months now and Filbert is about 4 feet tall now and doing well :D
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Brian and Monica on January 7, 2014
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I purchased a little fiddle leaf fig in a 4 inch pot as a gift to our new home. Since we moved in December, the local stores had slim pickin's and no fiddle leaf figs.
Hirt's is reputable for supplying exotic or hard to find plants a affordable prices.
To put the affordability and size of plant into perspective consider this:

A 4 foot fiddle leaf fig retail anywhere from $200-$400. I'm not that confident in my gardening abilities to purchase a plant for this AND keep it alive. Plus, I wanted a beginning plant so a smaller one for $7.99 was a great deal. If it meets an untimely demise, I won't feel as bad.

The fig I purchased from Hirt's through Amazon is about 24 inches tall, came in a 4 inch pot. It was well packaged and, due to it being winter, had a plant heater enclosed (very similar to those hand heater baggiesyou buy, smoosh and it heats up).

I have included a picture of Carl, the small pot on the side was what he was shipped in.

I'm am happy with my purchase and look forward to watching Carl grow. I would have given 5 stars if Hirt's would have provided basic planting/watering instructions and plant info.

Update- May, 2014: after 4 months, I'm happy to report Carl is thriving and growing. I've learned this plant is is very particular, I had to place it in a few different places in the house to see where it would be "happy" (good balance of light, temperature, etc)
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