Do fiddle leaf figs grow tall?

With huge, wavy green leaves that grow to more than a foot long, fiddle-leaf figs instantly give any room a jungle-like vibe. Lush and sculptural, this tropical plant is actually a tree capable of growing up to 50 feet tall in its jungle home.

How long do fiddle leaf figs live indoors?

It can live for up to 25-50 years (if cared for properly in non-tropical conditions). What makes it so popular among design circles? Most people credit the big, floppy round leaves of the tree, shaped like violins.

Do fiddle leaf figs need big pots?

Look for pots that are 3 to 4 inches wider in diameter and an inch or two taller than the growing pot your fig came in. But don’t get a pot that’s too big (over 6 inches in diameter), as excessively large containers may allow root rot to take hold of your plant.

Do small fiddle leaf figs grow tall?

Don’t worry about your new fiddle-leaf fig growing that tall and crowding you out indoors. In your home, they won’t have the right growing conditions to reach such heights. Standard plants will probably top out around 10 feet, though I’ve seen them grow over 12 feet under ideal conditions.