Watering - Keep soil evenly moist at all times. (about 2-3x per week) Do not overwater or leave plant sitting in water. Repotting -Change dirt and transplant to a a larger pot annually. This plant naturally wants to become large, and therefore needs both spacial height and room for roots to extend.
Light: Ficus lyrata require bright, filtered light. They can even tolerate some sun, especially if placed in an eastern-facing window. Plants that are kept too dark will fail to grow rapidly. Water: Keep moist, but don't allow it to sit in water or it will drop leaves and suffer from root rot.
Generally, a fiddle leaf fig will do well in temperatures ranging between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. As with anything, there is some wiggle room, and you can get away with up to 50 degrees. Anything that falls below this would adversely affect the plant.
How to Repot a Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree.1 Fill the new container with 4 inches of soil. 2 Remove the plant from the old container. 3 Place the plant in the new container and fill with soil. 4 Water your plant generously. 5 Let your plant dry and drain the reservoir. 6 Wait one month, then fertilize.