Although a bit fussy, your fiddle-leaf fig will make a beautiful addition to your plant family. Wipe down your leaves every week or two with a damp cloth to remove dust and promote growth. Oh, and once they're in a happy spot, leave them there. They don't like to be moved around... finicky we know.
Lighting Situation These babies thrive on bright, indirect light. Give them as much light as you can, but avoid direct sun. Rotating your plant every so often will encourage even growth.
Watering Needs We suggest letting the top half of the soil dry out before watering. Water thoroughly about once a week until water runs out the bottom of the pot's drainage hole.
Brown leaves? Too much water will create brown leaves affecting the lower leaves. Too little water will cause browning affecting the entire plant.
Curled leaves? Your plant doesn't seem to be receiving enough water.
Dropping green leaves BUT growing new leaves? Seems like your plant has enough light to grow, but not enough to sustain older leaves. Try relocating for a better lighting situation.