Also known as the Signature Tree or Apple Fig, the Autograph Tree is known for such sturdy leaves you could carve your name into them (hence the name). Below you will find everything you need to care for your Autograph Tree.
I prefer areas that aren’t too bright or shady. Finding a balance is important.
I don’t like my soil to be too dry or too soggy. Little and often is what I’m after.
I thrive in humid environments so please mist my leaves every so often.
I need soil specifically for indoor plants as it will retain the right amount of water.
Whether you're looking to make sure your Autograph Tree is in it's perfect conditions, or looking to see if one could work for your space. We've got you covered.
When growing an Autograph Tree indoors they can deal with a range of light levels so should fit nicely in most spots of your home.
Autograph Trees like to have moisture in the soil but can also deal well with some drought. So don’t worry if you forget to water your plant every once in a while.
If you are comfortable in the temperature of your home then your Autograph Tree will be too!
Autograph Trees need high humidity so we recommend misting the leaves regularly as well as using a pebble tray or humidifier.
It’s important you only fertilise your Autograph Tree during spring and summer as your plant will be dormant during the darker winter months.
Autograph Trees grow pretty rapidly so you will want to prune it regularly to keep it in shape.
As this plant grows pretty quickly you may find yourself needing to propagate your Autograph Tree often. Take a stem cutting and let it grow in moist soil in a warm environment.
You will want to keep your Autograph Tree away from pets or small children as they are toxic to ingest.
Here are some common issues that you might run into. It's important to diagnose any issues early to give your plant the best chance of bouncing back.
Brown leaves on an Autograph Tree can indicate issues with watering. Check the soil to see whether it is especially dry or waterlogged and adjust your watering schedule accordingly.
Yellow leaves on an Autograph Tree can indicate overwatering or too much direct sunlight. Check the soil to see if the roots are damaged or the potting mix waterlogged. Otherwise, move your plant away from intense light and trim away the scorched leaves.
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