Botanical name: Hypoestes Pyllostachya
The leaves are what gives this plant its name: they are splattered with white, pink, or red polka dots. While these plants look great alone, they look amazing in mixed planters as well.
Fiddle leaf figs prefer lots of bright, filtered light. Keep your fiddle leaf fig near a sunny, east-facing window so it can take in lots of sunshine throughout the day.
Wait for the top inch of your fiddle leaf fig tree’s soil to dry before you pick up your watering can. Its best to fertilize your FLF mainly in the growth season, which is Spring and Summer. You can water your FLF weekly. Then once a month (or every 4 weeks).
This plant needs medium care.
This plant is toxic to pets.
*If you suspect your pet may have ingested a potentially toxic substance, call the APCC at (888) 426-4435 or contact your local veterinarian as soon as possible.