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elizabethcraneswartz.comI found this little guy at IKEA abandoned in the wrong section. it's pretty squat and dense but aside from being covered in dried clay he's pretty healthy so I threw him in my cart and have been treating him to spa treatments in my tub. elizabethcraneswartz.comup next on my to do list is transplanting my original fiddle leaf fig whose roots are on top of the dirt. anyone have any success transplanting? I've successfully kept this alive, and helped it grow almost two feet, for the last 14 months. if I leave it alone it'll surely die but I'm worried about digging it up, too. also, anyone know how to make it more tree-like? you know, with a trunk and leaves at the top instead of a two-pronged bush?