Fiddle Leaf Fig tree Named the “it” tree of design world by the New York Times, the Fiddle-Leaf Fig is rising the ranks, becoming the most coveted houseplant of the decade. Large, glossy violin-shaped leaves are its namesake, perfectly contrasting against a sleek trunk.
And a mature height of 6 to 10 feet means effortless drama and volume in any space. Originally grown under the canopies of African rainforests, the robustly full Fiddle-Leaf Fig Tree fits in perfectly with the natural, indirect light of your home.
All you have to do is pay attention to its leaves’ overall hue to check on your Fiddle-Leaf’s health. If your tree doesn’t get enough water, its new leaves will turn brown and drop. If the plant is overwatered, the oldest leaves (near the base) will turn brown and fall as well.
Best of all, it’s hassle-free. Trend-savvy and totally carefree, this lush green houseplant makes a sharp statement. Tumalo Garden Market has this tree in 8 inches and 10 inches, tree form and dwarf form.