I have a few cutting that are rooting very well, taken from the parent Ficus Ginseng. One in particular has simply exploded over the last week, unbelievable.
This one in particular, let's call it.. I don't know... Chuck. Chuck is sitting in a water bottle and inside that are tiny rocks and one big rock in the middle. (will post pics if requested) The roots are draping over the rock, almost reaching the bottom of the bottle. My Question: If I lower the water level, carefully, millimeters at a time over the course of, however long, is there a way to get the roots at the base of the shoot to bark(en) ? I mean, rather than burying the whole root system underground - I would love it if I could get that thick tuberous base like it's parent Ficus.