Fiddle Leaf Fig is one of the most beautiful and easiest to grow indoor plants. Yes, after growing them for four years I can honestly say that!
The original post was published in 2015. In this updated post I will share the following:
How to propagate Fiddle Leaf Fig easily from cuttings using two methods: rooting in water, and rooting in soil.
Update on how our 4 Fiddle Leaf Fig trees are doing after one year.
Fiddle Leaf Fig care tips learned from our own experience and professional growers.
Is it possible NOT to fall in love with Fiddle Leaf Fig?
Just look at some of the most beautiful interior photos, you will see a Fiddle Leaf Fig in almost everyone of them.
We are house hunting at the moment, so I was planning on buying a few after we move in. But when a friend told me she is pruning her huge Fiddle Leaf Fig tree, I just have to try and see if I could grow some from her trimmings!
Which leads to today’s tutorial- how to grow many Fiddle Leaf Fig plants from one plant!
I couldn’t believe how easy it was to propagate Fiddle Leaf Fig! Now we have four gorgeous and healthy Fiddle Leaf Fig trees grow from cuttings!
Of course we are going to mix our Fiddle Leaf Fig with other beautiful indoor plants! Here’s a collection of fool-proof indoor plants that also clean air, according to NASA studies!