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Ficus Fiddle Leaf Little Sunshine 6"

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Ficus Lyrata, or more well known as a Fiddle Leaf Fig is a very popular houseplant! The Little Sunshine is the dwarf version of your most favorite houseplant! You may recognize this beauty in all of the home magazines. Ficus Fiddle Leaf is loved for its b
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Ficus Fiddle Leaf Little Sunshine 6"

Live plants are only available for curbside pickup at our location or delivery within Saskatoon. 
Live plants cannot be shipped outside of Saskatoon safely due to unregulated temperatures in the transportation methods used by shipping companies. 
If you have requested curbside pick up you will receive a secondary email notifying you when your plants are ready to be picked up.
Please pick up your plant within 48 hours of being notified that it is ready for pickup!

Ficus Fiddle Leaf Care:

Light: A Ficus Fiddle Leaf requires bright consistent light, preferably by a sunny window. Turn the plant every few months once it begins to lean toward the light.

Drafts: Make sure that your window is properly sealed. Figs are used to the still, warm conditions of the rainforest. Cold drafts from windows, doors and air-conditioning units may cause a Ficus Fiddle Leaf leaves to dry out and drop.

Soil: Rich, well-drained peaty soil for a Ficus Fiddle Leaf. Plan on re-potting about once a year because once roots become crowded they will start growing through the container’s drainage hole, causing circulation problems or root rot.

Water: Water only when soil is dry to the touch for a Ficus Fiddle Leaf. Then water thoroughly and allow to dry out again. If plants don’t get enough water, new leaves will turn brown and drop; if they are overwatered, the oldest leaves (toward the base of the plant) will turn brown and fall off.

Fertilizer: Feed a Ficus Fiddle Leaf with a water-soluble plant food throughout the growing season according to directions.

Pests: Figs are vulnerable to aphids, mealy bugs, scale, mites and whiteflies, causing leaves to turn yellow and drop. Inspect the foliage regularly, and if signs of infestation occur, wipe down the leaves with a solution of ½ teaspoon dishwashing detergent and one gallon of water.