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Mar 15, It’s normal for a fiddle leaf fig to lose a couple of leaves at the bottom but excessive leaf dropping is not normal. If your fig tree is losing leaves, evaluate all the possible causes. First, bear in mind that this tree doesn’t like change. After buying your Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins.



Too large of a container, the wrong soil, and too much water can lead to root rot in a fiddle leaf fig.



Apr 12, You might be seeing your fiddle leaf fig’s leaves slowly turning brown and crispy, starting from the edges and progressing until the leaf just falls off. This can be a sign of underwatering, especially if the problem is concentrated to the bottom of the treetrimmers.pws: Drying Up, Shriveling, and New Leaves Falling Off Fiddle leaf figs need more water during growth periods, so make sure you’re watering the correct amount. (I know, watering can be so confusing!

I find it best to take cues from your plant instead of watering on a strict schedule.)Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Ficus lyrata. The aptly-named fiddle leaf fig tree has extraordinary leaves shaped like violins that create a striking look in the landscape. This tree's glamorous appearance fits right in with South Florida's subtropical plant life.

It's easy to grow and very showy. Grown indoors, fiddle leaf fig plants can take on unusual shapes because of their limited access to sunlight. Instead of growing straight up toward the sun like they would outdoors, they may grow sideways. Additionally, in the wild, the lower leaves will fall off due to lack of sunlight.





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