Thrives in bright spots with lots of indirect light. They can receive a few hours of direct morning sun but should not be given direct afternoon sun.
Likes to be kept at a higher level. The soil needs to be moist but not soaking wet. Water when the soil starts to feel drier. If leaves start to brown, this means it is underwatered.
Oil on leaves can irritate skin and cause mouth and stomach irritation if ingested
Lack of light and underwatering can lead to an unhappy Fiddle.