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Rooting Figs

interesting, didn't know that, noreen [obviously, he said clearly]. i'm 
going to try it next spring. by letting it dry, i assume you mean until it 
forms a callous. kind of like mulberries. but [the other shoe] it won't 
work for the banyan tree clan [rubber plants, cuban laurels, benjamina, on 
and on]. i think. if anyone knows better, tell us.

At 09:39 AM 12/18/02 -0500, you wrote:
>Figs are easily rooted from older wood (not green) cuttings.  It is 
>important to let the end dry a bit before planting.  They root very easily.
>zone 9
>Texas Gulf Coast
>In a message dated 12/17/2002 7:56:13 AM Central Standard Time, 
>>I want to rrot some fig plants because the fruit is so good.  Any 
>>suggestions as to how to do this/  I remember a friend bringing me a 
>>start that was just what I thought was a piece of stem? he stuck it in 
>>the ground in winter? did I remember right/
>>Barbara Zone 7


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