Ficus lyrata 'Bambino'

Dwarf Fiddle Leaf Fig - Bambino (M)


The Ficus Lyrata 'Bambino' aka the Baby Fiddle Leaf Fig is an evergreen dwarf version of its larger sister. It will grow smaller leaves and larger amounts than its full-sized sibling. It will also grow to a shorter maximum height with stiff, waxy leaves pointing upwards. It is best suited indoors in a well lit space with morning sun and will look fantastic on a desktop or bookshelf.


Best placed in well lit spaces with some morning sun. Avoid harsh midday or afternoon sun which will burn the leaves. This plant will 'chase' the sun, so regularly rotate it to maintain upright growth. Provide a well draining potting mix as soil and allow to dry between watering. Mist regularly and wipe foliage with damp cloth.

growth CARE LEVEL Medium
water WATER Lightly water and keep soil well drained
sun LIGHT Indirect Light
size PLANT SIZE Grows to 1m

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