The tropical fiddle leaf fig (Ficus lyrata) grows up to 50 feet high in its native Africa. It is a popular indoor potted plant, which for her round, dark green leaves that grow grown to 15 cm long. Fiddle music thrive in bright light with some direct sunlight, and they grow well in average household temperatures. You benefit from their large leaves regularly cleaned of dust.
Increasing minimum temperature
Figs are tropical or subtropical plants, and most species are damaged or killed by frost. Damage begins at temperatures below 35 degrees Celsius. Fig plants grown indoors are susceptible to root rot in winter, especially when kept in cool, damp conditions or with wet soil.
Fiddle leaf figs grow well at high temperatures, but they can be damaged by water stress when grown in full sun. Plants exposed to direct sunlight a pink spots on the undersides of the leaves, if they are not watered regularly. Avoid this unsightly condition of the fig leaf by growing your violin in partial shade.
Fiddle leaf figs thrive in the daytime temperatures between 70 and 85 degrees Celsius with a 10-degree temperature drop at night. They should be kept at a minimum night temperature of 59 degrees.
Moisture and other factors
Fig plants a minimum humidity of 40 percent require their leaves brown fringe from developing countries to prevent shedding. The brighter the light, the higher the temperature, the more moisture they need. Fiddle leaf fig water your plant when the top inch of its soil has dried rather than on a regular schedule, as it will prevent the bottom from getting wet or drying out completely.