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The only thing worse than an unhappy fiddle-leaf fig tree that’s turning yellow or losing its leaves is a fiddle-leaf fig tree that’s too happy—and outgrows your home. Although it will never reach its mature outdoor height of 50 feet (thank God), a potted fiddle-leaf fig tree can grow as tall as 10 feet indoors.

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To successfully propagate a fiddle-leaf fig tree, you will need to start with a tip cutting—a stem that is preferably 6 inches or more long—attached to a leaf. (Without a stem, any roots that leaves may sprout are for decorative purposes only—a rooted leaf will not grow into a new tree.)

Air layering is another technique for propagating fiddle-leaf fig trees or other woody tropical plants. With this method, you will need to make a slanted cut on a stem to encourage new root development.

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