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Find out how to choose, care for and propagate your very own Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree. These plants are perfect indoor plants, and look beautiful in living rooms. This Ultimate Guide is filled with tips on growing and repotting your tree.
Fiddle Leaf Fig Propagation in 6 Easy Steps
You may be intimidated by propagation, but it’s actually easy. You should be pruning your existing fiddle leaf fig tree anyway, so why not try to root a few cuttings in water? It only takes 3-4 weeks for the roots to get started. If they don’t take off, you can try again. Done right, propagating your plant allows you the ultimate joy: to grow a brand new plant of your very own from the beginning!