When you gaze lovingly at our Fiddle Leaf Fig poles, you'll notice they don’t look too different from the other Fiddle Leaf Fig, but for how trunk-like stems and thick leaves look. The poled Figs has only one main chocolate colored straight stems that from the bottom all the way up. The leaves also start sprouting around mid-trunk and get dense in the middle, giving it tropical tree vibes. Want to see what it looks like at your crib?
Large Fiddle Leaf Fig Pole Benefits
Figs on a pole (like their siblings) are also great at removing air toxins from the environment around it. As if that wasn’t enough, the more Figs you have in your room, the better it can clean air and pump out pure oxygen. Want to speed up the process ? Collect all of our Figs. Pafe Plants has the regular Fiddle Leaf (non-bush version), the Fiddle Leaf Fig pole, and the Bush Fig.
Put It in Your Salad
Just kidding, definitely don’t do that. But Fiddle Leaf Fig’s leaves definitely look like they can be mixed in with your favorite salad greens. The foliage also fans out and curls inward while stretching upwards towards the sun. Our customers from NYC, NJ, and beyond have noticed the Fig’s wide, shiny foliage that has veins throughout the middle which add to it’s lettucey appearance. But seriously, don’t eat it.
But Seriously, There’s a Bunch
The Fig or Ficus is a genus of plants that has over 800 species from lush, tropical regions all over. That’s huge! They are characterised by their rapid growing patterns that can sometimes get invasive under the right conditions. You can avoid crazily dense Figs by making sure to trim them at regular intervals. We can also give you tips on how to adequately cut your Fig.
Figs are known for their electric hues that range from lime, to forest, to emerald green and in between. When the plants get big enough, the leaves really show off their vivid pallets highlighted by dashes of orange cream in the veins.