What Causes Brown Spots on Fiddle Leaf Fig Leaves? (And How to Treat Them Quickly)

By |2020-02-15T13:28:38-08:00April 13th, 2018|Book, Fertilizer, Leaf Drop, Plant Care, Problems, Watering|

Brown spots on fiddle leaf fig leaves can be frustrating and confusing. It's disheartening to see brown spots spoiling the beautiful large green leaves of your ficus lyrata. What's worse, brown spots on fiddle leaf fig leaves can be difficult to treat if you don't know what is causing them. [...]

How Can You Tell the Difference Between a Dry and Over-Watered Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant?

By |2020-02-08T11:37:57-08:00March 30th, 2018|Fertilizer, Plant Care, Watering|

The two most common problems for fiddle leaf fig plants are ironically the opposite of each other: too much water and too little water. But what's worse is that it's actually tough to tell which is which. Over-watering leads to root rot, a fungal condition that kills the plant's roots [...]

How to Use a Moisture Meter to Know When to Water Your Fiddle Leaf Fig

By |2020-02-16T06:33:55-08:00March 16th, 2018|Fertilizer, Plant Care, Watering|

Using a moisture meter to know when to water your fiddle leaf fig plant can save you a lot of headaches and keep your plant healthy. The biggest problems with fiddle leaf fig plants are too much or too little water. If you're a fiddle leaf fig owner, you've probably [...]

3 Simple Secrets to a Healthy Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree

By |2020-02-15T13:41:06-08:00January 22nd, 2018|Fertilizer, Plant Care, Watering|

It's not that fiddle leaf fig trees are hard to keep healthy, it's more that many fiddle leaf fig tree owners are houseplant beginners. They don't have the confidence of a houseplant veteran and they may second-guess their decisions when caring for their new plant. Novices may water their tree [...]

The Ultimate Watering Guide

By |2020-02-10T07:15:09-08:00November 29th, 2017|Fertilizer, Plant Care, Watering|

Watering your houseplants can be overwhelming. You've probably heard that fiddle leaf figs are hard to grow or finicky, which in large part is due to their specific watering requirements. If you water your plant too much (which is pretty common), you will kill it. If you don't water enough, [...]