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August 13, 2009

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Red Icculus

I have also rooted several semi-woody plants that people said that I couldn't like Mytragynia Speciosa.

Is your fig a fruit-bearing fig or an ornamental ficus?

Janet Ann

That is so encouraging! This fig's parent tree has the most delicious figs I've ever encountered, which is why I am so keen on reproducing it as quickly as possible :-)

I've never grown Kratom, but like Salvia, I had thought that it was most usually propagated by cuttings. Although many people advise to use woody cuttings, it is my suspicion that new growth works best, and certainly faster. Those get really big, huh?

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