CURRENTLY COVETING: FIDDLE LEAF FIG TREES

Since moving from Florida, I have missed seeing these pretty Fiddle Leaf Fig leaf trees with the big paddle like leaves, and the lush greenness they provide. We just dont really have plants like this up north, and they remind me of relaxed and sunny days...

In the dead of winter - that feeling is a really good reminder of warmer days ahead. That's why I think they are a fab "plant" to add to an indoor space...


I love the way they add hight and depth to these rooms.


When we moved into our new home, we realized just how little wall space we have. I'm certainly not complaining about the abundance of windows, but it also means that the walls feel a little empty.


SinceFiddle Leaf Fig Leaf trees need a lot of sunlight, it would be the perfect thing to place in front of a window, or narrow corner to add a little dimension to a room.



If, like myself, fiddle leaf fig trees don't naturally grow in a 2,000 mile radius of your home - you can generally order one through a local large garden supplier- and put together an arrangement of your liking. Here is what you will need...


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luxe + lillies: CURRENTLY COVETING: FIDDLE LEAF FIG TREES

Friday, February 17, 2012

CURRENTLY COVETING: FIDDLE LEAF FIG TREES

Since moving from Florida, I have missed seeing these pretty Fiddle Leaf Fig leaf trees with the big paddle like leaves, and the lush greenness they provide. We just dont really have plants like this up north, and they remind me of relaxed and sunny days...

In the dead of winter - that feeling is a really good reminder of warmer days ahead. That's why I think they are a fab "plant" to add to an indoor space...


I love the way they add hight and depth to these rooms.


When we moved into our new home, we realized just how little wall space we have. I'm certainly not complaining about the abundance of windows, but it also means that the walls feel a little empty.


SinceFiddle Leaf Fig Leaf trees need a lot of sunlight, it would be the perfect thing to place in front of a window, or narrow corner to add a little dimension to a room.



If, like myself, fiddle leaf fig trees don't naturally grow in a 2,000 mile radius of your home - you can generally order one through a local large garden supplier- and put together an arrangement of your liking. Here is what you will need...





3 Comments:

Blogger Marissa Waddell said...

These trees look like summer, any day of the year. I could take a good dose of that this time of year. I love the wide leaves.

Marissa
www.roost-home.blogspot.com

February 17, 2012 at 12:23 PM  
Blogger Andi said...

I just bought my first one last year and I'm in love with it! I even named her Abilene (I had just finished reading The Help). It's a lovely bit of lushness.
I put her in a blue and white Chinese vessel. Water once a week - couldn't be easier. (and I usually kill indoor plants!)

February 17, 2012 at 12:35 PM  
Blogger 7 Year Wedding said...

I have always wondered what those tree's were called and now I know, thank you Keely!!! We have these at our work and they fill the space beautifully.

February 19, 2012 at 2:06 AM  

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