Q.How to plant rooting fiddle leaf fig?
My toddler broke a leaf off my fiddle leaf fig and it snapped in two parts. I put it in water and after a week or so roots started sprouting but from two points. When should I plant the fiddle leaf in a pot and how to do it?
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The best way will be to fill a small pot, maybe a 4 to 6 inch container and fill it with a well draining potting mix that does not have a high fertilizer content. Get this slightly wet and make sure any extra water is allowed to leave the container freely. Dig a hole with your finger small large enough for the root ball to fit comfortably down about 3 or 4 inches and cover with soil. Give this a slight gentle watering to set the roots and treat it just like your larger plant!
This is ready to plant now, as it has a very nice set of roots. Just plant to where you can no longer see any roots above the soil.
This article will give you more information on the care of these: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/ficus/growing-fiddle-leaf-fig-trees.htm