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

If you would like your own fiddle leaf fig, they are available here (US) and here (Europe)

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 here (US) and here (Europe)

 

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