The large, dark green-leafed Ficus lyrata is classified as a tolerant plant, i.e. easy to care for. The convergence of its leather leaves gives it unparalleled luxury and beauty, making it an option to be in more than one place like a table or a bush, or even a large tree in the corridors and corners.
Ficus lyrata doesn't like much water, but its need for water compared to its Vix sisters is less.
Make sure half of the surface of its soil has dried and its leaves are slightly smooth before irrigating again.
Ficus lyrata likes to be in an environment with indirect bright light. Keep them in a low-light environment that causes their leaves to fall out or produce small leaves.
The appropriate temperature ranges from 16 to 27°C, with the alarm to keep them away from cold and hot air currents as they cause their leaves to fall.
Once a month, it is fertlizer by 20-20-20 fertilizer.