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How warm outside to plant fig cuttings directly in-ground?

last year

I wanted to start my fig cuttings directly in-ground here in Southern California (10a), outside, both in fabric pots (3 gallon and 30 gallon), and in-ground in a 60 gallon hole. (All with enriched soil).

It's about 63F during the day and 48F at night.

Is it warm enough to start cuttings outdoors?

(I don't mind if they develop slower, just want to get them in-ground as soon as I can.)

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