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Fiddle Leaf Fig

Sometimes you see something (from Pinterest) and you must have it.

(Photo from Pinterest)

The Fiddle Leaf Fig tree had to be mine!

(Photo from Pinterest)

So I asked on Facebook if anyone knew where I could find one, and I heard crickets.  I searched on the internet and it said they can be very expensive for large trees.  Ok, how much is very expensive?  I was not discouraged.

A couple days later I rounded the corner in Harvey’s (our local grocery store) and there was a pallet filled with plants. Could it be, yes there it was.  I bought two!  Because I always think two is better than one and five is even better than two… two for now.  No they’re not 10′ tall like my inspiration photos from Pinterest, but they will grow (fingers crossed).

I plopped them down in a couple of old pots that I already had, with the plan of finding something super cute to put them in.  Because that’s what they deserve.  When you look as good as they do, any pot would be lucky to secure them!

While shopping at Target and ten other places.  Here’s what I found.

 I love seeing those little red stickers!


I decided to add a little something to them:

I put a “W” on stuff, when I can’t think of anything else.  If you have any better ideas, please let me know.  The only other thing I could think of were the words “Grow 10′ tall ASAP!”  For now the “W” will do.

I love the Fiddle Leaf Fig (please live)!

So far it loves me too!

If you have any advice, please share it.  I found this information and that’s what I’m going to try. ( Indoor Care Tips from Exploring the World of Trees)


What do you think of my newest loves?


Sharing at the wonderful places:

At The Picket Fence


Serenity Now

Funky Junk

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  1. I want one, too. I need to check Home Depot or a nursery.

  2. We must pass each other around town all the time and don’t even know it! Now I have to run to Harvey’s to buy this plant I didn’t even know I wanted! Please tell me you left me a couple! 😉

  3. Oh my goodness, that is gorgeous! I’ve wanted some houseplants for awhile now but haven’t gotten around too it; I’m going to start searching for one of those! {and thank you thank you for liking my little business on fb, that means SO much!!}

  4. Debbie, I have loved this plant ever since you posted it on your blog. After months of checking, I finally found one at Home Depot. Thanks for sharing. I linked to you in my blog post.

  5. Wonderful pot at a great price! Love the added monogram <3

  6. This is just such a great look. I love the simplicity and elegance of it. I’m so glad you linked it up to Motivated Monday at Becolorful because this is the kind of project that would fit into any style of decor. Perfection.
    Thanks so much,

  7. Oh that is beautiful Debbie. Looks hardy too, like I may be able to keep that one alive. Pinterest is awesome for inspiration. Have a great day!

  8. I love the W on the containers! That Pinterest is killing me – like I don’t already spend enough time online! Have a nice weekend!

  9. Wow that is a pretty plant…hmm note to self to look for one the next time I’m in the grocery store:) I also love your diy planters…very cute!

  10. The plants look beautiful in your pots. Glad you finally found them. The “W” is a nice graphic letter. Why not?

  11. Thanks for the blog visit today! Love your stenciled pots. I love personal touches like that, and I hope your plants grow nice and tall…fast!

  12. Awesome. I love the plant, and the vases….Target never, ever disappoints.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Visiting from Amanda’s Weekend Bloggy Link Party!

  13. Calling by to visit your blog for the first time as I am also a participant in 2805 Potpourri Friday. I have enjoyed your post today. I am glad you were successful it looks good in your room.

  14. I have been stalking this plant for almost a year now! Our Home Depot carries them sporadically, but they’re often in bad shape. I’ve yet to pull the trigger. Still waiting on the perfect one. Yours look great!

  15. Pretty! I would have probably walked right by those plants. Mainly b/c I’m terrible at keeping plants alive. But I do love how they add life to a room. The W planters could be mine! Love them.

  16. I know exactly what you are talking about because I have been looking for one of those too! It has to be just the right size for the area I need to put it in and all the ones I have found are either too big or too small. The size you found would be absolutely perfect! I love the pots too.

    Isn’t pinterest the best? Where would we be without it!!

    Best wishes and happy weekend,

  17. I never know when plants are going to live or die for me-
    I have absolutely no clue.
    When they ARE growing-
    I try not to make eye contact. I don’t want to jinx it.

    I love the Ws. Do you use a stencil?

    Thank you so much for coming by my blog,

    White Spray Paint

  18. I like your way of thinking–two better than one and five better than two. So happy you located your tree. I like the containers with the initial. Looks very smart!

    I am so pleased that you linked to Potpourri Friday. Your participation certainly makes the party more successful . I appreciate you! I hope you will make this one of your regular stops each week!

  19. These are lovely. I love the “W” and I love the planters. The trees look so fresh and bright.

  20. Just today my sister-in-law said that she wanted one of these plants. I wasn’t sure what it looked like, but now I do. Yours look awesome in those handsome pots.

  21. Hi Debbie,

    What a lovely addition to your home!!
    Love the “W” on the pots very sharp…

    All the Best,

  22. *W* is for Wow! I’m loving the plants and the pots. I love red stickers too! Hopefully you have it in the right location so that it will grow for you. Love your blog 🙂

  23. Love the plant & pot! I agree with Rachel, also. One question, when I think Fig, I think preserves, will it bear fruit? Just curious.

  24. Beautiful plants and love the Target planters. Hope there are drainage holes though. I keep plants in ugly plastic pots and place it in a decorative pot. Remove the plant for watering and draining before replacing in the pretty pot. Happy house plant gardening!

  25. What an awesome find!! I think the W is perfect for the pots. Here’s to hoping they grow 10 feet tall for you!!

  26. Totally love it! I’m sending fast growing vibes to you!!! The pots are gorgeous, but so was the one you had it in, too, and I love the frame you have hanging over your new plant.

    Have a great day!


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