I'm new here. I recently received two varieties of fig cuttings (Bianca Giuglia and Chieti Abruzzesi) from italiangirl74. The varieties originated in my home region of Italy, so they have sentimental value.
I'm using the baggy method, and one of the Chieti Abruzzesi is starting to root a lot. I am wondering what I should do next. Most of the roots happen to be on the "top" of the cutting (where the leaves are), so could I plant them upside down? Also, could I get more than one tree from one cutting? I posted pics of the cutting. (Sorry, my camera is bad so they are blurry).
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