Fiddle Leaf Fig is a perennial evergreen tree, a part of the mulberry family. It originated as an epiphyte placed on top of the crowns of other trees. Today, in natural conditions, the plant is an independent tree, with a height of up to 15 meters. Fiddle Leaf Tree is native to tropical West Africa. Fiddle Leaf Fig is not very difficult to keep and care for - that is why it has become the №1 houseplant on social media. This tree is a beautiful decoration for any interior as it has a spectacularly unusual appearance due to its large and glossy foliage.
Fiddle Leaf Fig is a fast-growing, tropical tree with very small, striped, bare shoots and thin, weakly branched stems. The plant branches first grow parallel to the ground and only then bend to the top. It is commonly grown as a houseplant because of its stunning big leaves, which resemble fiddles.
Separately grown plants can reach a height of 40-50 ft (12-15 m). Fiddle Leaf Fig's height indoors is no more than 10 ft (3 m), but it can grow up to 10 inches (25 cm) every year with good care.