Parenting a Fiddle Leaf Fig plant is made easy because of Claire Akin’s steerage. Years of expertise are packed into this easy-to-read e-book, and, consequently, I’m now a extra assured plant proprietor. Essential for any ficus lyrata caretaker, to lastly perceive your plant and make it thrive.
INDOOR PLANT BOOK REVIEW: THE FIDDLE LEAF FIG EXPERT
Fiddle Leaf Fig vegetation make such a novel assertion in a room. It’s laborious to not get your consideration taken away by its violin-shaped leaves if you meet one. For those who’re studying this text you most likely have your individual Fiddle Leaf Fig plant or plan to accumulate one. In all instances, you’re in the precise place. This stylish plant is native to Africa and loves shiny oblique daylight. Possibly you’ve observed a number of brown spots, or your plant is visibly affected by one thing and also you don’t know what it’s (dropping leaves, poor progress, dry suggestions and even pests). What to do in every case? This e-book will let you know find out how to decipher the indicators. However first, persuade your self that it’s not all of your fault and that plant indicators are laborious to interpret. Because of Claire Akin, the Fiddle Leaf Fig plant skilled, you’ll discover ways to look after fiddle leaf fig bushes in the long term, and at last perceive their language.
Claire revealed this e-book to assist Fiddle Leaf Fig homeowners care for his or her plant, and I assumed it could be price telling you about it. I’m excited as a result of it’s the primary e-book I’ve seen that goes into so many sensible particulars.
WHO SHOULD READ THIS?
- All Fiddle Leaf Fig (ficus lyrata) plant homeowners
- Any first-time plant homeowners wishing to interpret plant indicators from the beginning
- Even a seasoned indoor gardener will be taught from this deeply researched e-book
WHY THIS BOOK?
- Jargon-free and fiddle-leaf-fig-specific
- This e-book will show you how to grasp the artwork of watering your fiddle leaf fig
- The ten commandments of the fiddle leaf fig are simply good
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Okay, these suggestions are ‘stolen’ from the e-book and one way or the other made their approach into this text ;D. The reason being that I believe it’s very helpful to know these tips to interpret your plant’s indicators accurately, whether or not you get the e-book or not.
CARE TIPS FOR FIDDLE LEAF FIG PLANTS (FICUS LYRATA):
1. BROWN SPOTS ON THE LEAVES.
- If the brown spots are ranging from the center of the leaf and spreading, that’s probably brought on by root rot and overwatering. Roots too moist -> root rot -> fungus spreads.
- If the brown spots are beginning on the sides of the leaves and spreading inward, the trigger is probably going dry air and underwatering. Principally a dry plant.
2. LEAVES DROPPING.
- If the oldest leaves in direction of the underside of your plant are falling off first, it’s probably overwatering.
- If the leaves are falling off throughout your plant it’s probably underwatering.
3. PLANT DIRTY OR DUSTY?
- Bathe it each three to 6 months to maintain it clear and wholesome.
Do you know that Fiddle Leaf Fig is called ficus lyrata for its massive violin-shaped leaves? Lyra/lyrae refers to a lute or harp in Latin.