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Fig Panache Tiger

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Farouk starts with ...
Hello All,

I have planted a Panache Fig from a small cutting, I planted it in late August maybe early September & still the cutting is exactly how I planted it, it still looks alive the tip/bud is kind of green the wood is not shrivelled up or anything..

Any idea if it's too late ?
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mic1 says...
Hello Farouk, it is a long time and I would have expected it to grow already, but there is still a chance it will make it.
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Farouk says...
Hello Mic, thanks for your reply.

I think I went overboard with watering the fig cuttings oops.. also they are growing in shade.. grrr silly mistake!

It had a small green bud recently after some rain it seems the new green bud has died off/ darkened in colour now ..

This is what it looked like around 2 weeks ago before it sort of shriveled.
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donx2 says...
hi guys any one here selling or giving away pinace tiger cuttings?
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