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Ficus Lyrata - Ø17cm - ↕60cm

Ficus Lyrata - Ø17cm - ↕60cm

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Meet the Ficus lyrata, a beautiful houseplant also known as the Ficus. Originally from West Africa, this enchanting plant boasts large, glossy green leaves with striking vein patterns. With its ability to thrive indoors, the Ficus lyrata is perfect for bringing a touch of nature to any living space. Its unique features make it a popular choice for interior designers and plant enthusiasts. Enhance your indoor oasis with the breathtaking Ficus lyrata, a true masterpiece of nature. To care for the Ficus, place it in a spot with direct sunlight. Water once a week, making sure the soil is moist but not saturated with water. Ficus thrives in well-drained soil, so use a mixture of potting soil and perlite for best results. Fertilize the plant every 2-4 weeks during the growing season with a balanced liquid fertilizer. However, reduce fertilization in the winter months. Regular care and attention will help the Ficus grow and stay healthy. Did you know that Ficus lyrata, commonly known as the Fiddle-Leaf Fig, not only adds a touch of elegance to your interior, but also purifies the air? Its large, violin-shaped leaves make it a popular choice for home decoration. With the right care, this easy-care plant thrives in bright indirect light and adds a vibrant green atmosphere to any room. However, although it looks like a tasty addition to your salad, Ficus lyrata is strictly for decorative purposes. So enjoy its beauty but remember you can't eat it - stick to edible vegetables for your next culinary adventure! The Ficus lyrata, also known as the fiddle leaf
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