Fig rooting experiment, week 1
Several folks report
that they root their hardwood
fig cuttings inside
over the winter, so I decided to give it a shot. Step one seems
to consist of wrapping the cuttings in damp newspaper and then in a
ziplock bag and placing the cuttings in a warm spot for a couple of
weeks until roots begin to form.
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