Re: how to propagate different plants?
A presumption would be that it is a ficus elastica. If this is correct, and you have a vacant acre in which to plant it, stick it in the ground and jump back! Before long, when your sewer line is plugged, you can figure that you didn't plant it far enough from the house. These are notorious 'water seekers' and the roots will find water, wherever it is. You will find that your sidewalk and even your house foundation will levitate over time, as the roots are not to be denied their growth. Also, check your county codes. These plants are on the 'no-no' list all over Florida.