Also known as a "Dwarf Fiddle-Leaf Fig", the Lyrata Bambino features upright, compact leaves which are thicker and smaller than the regular Ficus Lyrata. Their rich green leaves and lighter veining are very pleasing to the eye.
Water: Prefers soil to be moist at all times. Avoid soggy soil, as this may lead to rot. Water moderately when top inch of soil has dried out.
Light: Thrives in bright, indirect sunlight. Can also tolerate a few hours of direct sunlight or shade.
Soil: Grows best in loose, airy, well draining potting medium.
Humidity: Suckers for humidity. Mist often or use a pebble tray to increase humidity.
Fertilizer: Fertilize once a month using a balanced, liquid houseplant fertilizer.
Tip: Keep away from drafts, air conditioners, fans and heat registers.