Show that you give a 'fig' with these wee little fig Trees! Unlike the Fiddle-Leaf fig, this fig can eventually bear fruit, though figs tend to be slow-fruiters, taking 4-5 years to begin fruiting. In a 2.5" pot, the plants we have are around 10" tall!
Water: Allow top few inches of soil to dry out between waterings. This is one little dramatic plant. If you notice some droopy leaves, give it a good watering and it will perk right back up!
Light: Loves lots of bright, indirect sunlight. Can tolerate lower light levels, although growth will slow.
Soil: Aerated, well draining potting soil.
Humidity: Prefers higher levels of humidity. Will appreciate the occasional misting.
Fertilizer: Fertilize monthly using a balanced liquid house plant fertilizer. Don't fertilize over winter months.