fiddle leaf fig propagation growth rate

Fiddle Leaf Fig Propagation

Fiddle Leaf Fig Propagation in Seoul, Republic of South Korea

The Ficus Lyrata is well known as a versatile house plant, however many people aren’t aware that you can easily grow them from leaf cuttings.  This particular example went from a leaf cutting to a rooted plant in soil within just a month!  The owner of this fiddle leaf fig features this plant and others on Instagram at @roms_room

February 2017

ficus lyrata propagation growth story
22nd February 2017: The mother fiddle leaf fig, where cutting was taken from

 

ficus lyrata propagation growth rate
22nd February 2017: Fresh cuttings were placed in water and bright light

March 2017

ficus lyrata propagation growth rate
11th March 2017: A week after the cuttings were placed in water, small white dots appeared on the bottom of the cuttings – these are the first signs of roots!

 

ficus lyrata propagation growth rate
17th March 2017: Only two weeks after cutting, roots have grown significantly!

 

fiddle leaf fig propagation growth rate
26th March 2017: Plants are healthy and growing well from original cuttings

 

If you want to try caring for your own fiddle leaf fig tree, they are available on Amazon in both small and larger

 

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