Can fiddle leaf fig trees be outside?

Can a Fiddle Leaf Fig Live Outside? Fiddles absolutely can thrive outdoors…as long as you live in a tropical or semi-tropical climate that’s close to the conditions of the fiddle leaf fig’s natural environment.

Can fiddle fig survive outside?

Fiddle-leaf fig plants thrive outdoors in sunny areas. Moving your indoor fiddle-leaf fig plant into an outside garden is a gradual process. First, transplant the fiddle-leaf fig into a new pot and refresh the soil. Over the course of a week, start with leaving it on the patio or porch during the day.

What temperature can I put my fiddle leaf fig outside?

Of course, you’ll want to make sure your climate is suitable for growing a fiddle leaf fig outdoors. Temperatures should be no cooler than 50 degrees at night and generally no hotter than 95 or so during the day. But keep in mind that fiddle leaf figs are great at adapting to their environments!

Can a fiddle leaf fig take full sun?

Bright, Indirect Light – Myth

The common information about FLFs needing bright indirect light isn’t exactly true. Fiddle Leaf Figs will take all the light you can give them! They are full sunlight plants in nature and can handle a full 6-8 hours of direct sun a day – ONCE they have been hardened off.

What happens if a fiddle leaf fig gets too cold?

FLFs are tropical plants that don’t do well in cold conditions. To some extent, these plants can acclimatise to cooler weather. But a sudden cold snap or temperatures close to freezing can result in shock and leaf loss for our lush, tropical friends.

How often should you water fiddle leaf fig?

The number one way to kill a fiddle leaf fig is to overwater it or not allow for proper drainage. Water your plant about once a week or every 10 days. As we mentioned earlier, FLFs are native to a rainforest-like environment, which means they’re used to receiving a huge deluge of water with dry spells in between.

Where is the best place to put my fiddle leaf fig?

Fiddle Leaf Figs should be placed in front of a window that will receive direct morning or afternoon light. Ideally, what you’re aiming for is a window with a mostly unobstructed eastern, western, or southern exposure — you don’t want trees or close buildings shading the window.

Should I put my fiddle leaf fig out in the rain?

Yes. The fiddle leaf fig is used to being in the rainy jungles of Africa, where rainfall is common. Because of this, this plant loves a good watering and can even tolerate being in the rain. However, it’s important that your plant’s roots can drain properly to avoid root rot.

Do fiddle leaf figs grow fast?

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What temperature is too cold for a potted fig?

But edible figs, even the most cold-resistant varieties, only tolerate temps down to 20°F, and will suffer true winter damage below 15°F (except ‘Chicago Hardy’).

What temperature should I bring my fig tree inside?

between 32 to 50°F

Overwintering a potted fig tree is a simple process that requires a bit of work in the fall before first frost, and then again in the spring before last frost. You will need a winter storage space like a garage where (ideally) the temperature stays between 32 to 50°F (0-10°C).