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Winter and your Fiddle

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Winter and your Fiddle
Most houseplants like a warmer climate, but there are some tips and tricks to keep them happy and healthy during the colder months.   Light As we all know, during winter the light levels decrease. Try moving your plant to a position closer to a window. Fiddles don’t like too much direct sunlig...

The official colour for 2017 - Greenery

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The official colour for 2017 - Greenery
Image credit: Instagram/Pantone   We are very excited about this. Pantone have released their top 10 colours for 2017, and featuring high on their list is none other than Greenery. Everything from fashion trends to interior design is influenced by Pantone's list, we are already seeing a lot of ...

Sydney's fashionable residents pay $200 for fiddle-leaf figs

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Sydney's fashionable residents pay $200 for fiddle-leaf figs
IT'S not a handbag, a European car, a designer pooch or even a reservation for a window table at Quay.   But it is emerging as the ultimate Sydney status symbol.   The fiddle-leaf fig - a plant native to parts of western Africa - has Sydney's inner-city dwellers in a frenzy, with some prepared to...

Tips for keeping your Fiddle Leaf Fig tree happy.

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Tips for keeping your Fiddle Leaf Fig tree happy.
If your heart wants a fiddle leaf fig tree but your black thumb is standing in the way, then we have put this information together to help make your decision easier.   While we consider the Fiddle Leaf Fig trees to be reasonably low-maintenance, we insist on tried-and-true methods for keeping the...

Me and my Little Fig

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Me and my Little Fig
My journey with my Fiddle Leaf Fig tree.   Fiddle leaf fig trees (Ficus Lyrata) are the 'it' plant to have. If you are on this website then you have heard of the fiddle leaf fig tree and you are trying to get your hands on one of these gems. The Fiddle Leaf Fig Trees are all over the pages of int...