A Complete guide!
Ever since I wrote the post Growing and Pruning Your Fiddle Leaf Fig, the biggest question people have had is about how to grow a Fiddle Leaf Fig from bush to tree form! This post will go into more detail on the subject and hopefully answer any questions you have.
Firstly, I’m not an expert on the Ficus Lyrata but spent a lot of time on plant forums, learning from experts about the subject! I guess that’s what happens when you are interested in a topic.
The first official post in my new Friday Thrift Series!
Have you noticed how popular not only indoor plants, but accessories like plant stands are getting?! I have! They really give your plants a lift (hehe), especially if they are young, to elevate them to give them more prominence in a room.
Yay for a new blog series! As the name suggests, I’ll be posting anything about thrifting on a Friday – from my DIY thrift pieces, to great finds, to shopping certain trends.
In the heart of the city of Auckland, New Zealand you will find the Auckland Domain – containing rolling parklands and the War Memorial Museum. The park is big enough to drive through and is actually Auckland’s oldest park! The park sits atop an old crater from the Pukekawa volcano – where the museum sits is at the top of the crater ring.
I’ve recently written a more specific post on How to Grow a Fiddle Leaf Fig from Bush to Tree form – check it out if you’re interested in this topic! 🙂
Fancy a Fiddle Leaf Fig? Those waif-like trunks with leafy foliage are quite eye-catching! You can splash out on buying a full-grown plant but this can be expensive – and risky – if you haven’t looked after one before! A much better option is to buy a cheaper and smaller Fiddle Leaf Fig, and enjoy the
A Kiwi and an Aussie traveling and creating a world of memories.
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