Prevent Root Rot in Fiddle Leaf Fig Plants
Did you know that root rot is the most common problem facing fiddle leaf fig plants? Root rot can kill your fiddle leaf fig in a matter of days or weeks. (Read Everything You Need to Know About Root Rot in Fiddle Leaf Figs here for more info.) But there are easy ways to help your plant get more resilient and to prevent root rot in your fiddle leaf fig. We even created a special root rot treatment for fiddle leaf fig plants here.
To keep your fiddle leaf fig looking its best, you’ll want to really invest in the root system. This comes into play when you think about how to prevent root rot in fiddle leaf figs. This means taking care of your roots by making sure they have the proper exposure to water, nutrients, and air. We also have a special strategy to help your roots grow stronger and dig deeper.
In this exclusive video, Meg Miller with the Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant Resource Center will walk you through everything you need to know about how to prevent root rot in fiddle leaf fig plants. And look out for tips #4 and #5—they’re not what you’re expecting!
Watch this short video for the 6 ways to keep your plant healthy, green, and gorgeous.
To learn more about treating root rot, click here to discover our specially formulated Root Rot Treatment.
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- Premium Fiddle Leaf Fig Potting Soil
- Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant Food
- Root Rot Treatment
- Houseplant Leaf Armor to protect against insects, bacteria, and fungus (As an added bonus, it also cleans and adds shine to your plant’s leaves!)
- Moisture meter to always know when your plant is thirsty.
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