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(22 customer reviews)
Smoky gray-green foliage adorns these 3- to 4-ft. plants. Move outdoors in the summer and let the bees pollinate the plant—figs will bear within 2-4 years. Plump fruit is sweet and delectable for fresh eating, preserves, baking and drying. Potted. Zones 7-10.
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- Monday, December 26, 2011
Good Patio Plant
Reviewed By: Ryan (Attleboro, MA)
Plant was very small when I first got it. It has grown a ton over the last few years. I live in SE MA, I move my fig trees out to the patio in spring and back into my garage in mid fall. I've gotten figs my first 3 years I've had the tree. No edible figs my first year. Only one edible fig my second year. This past summer, my third year I must have got at least 30 figs. Really good. Keep evenly watered. Don't let it get dry or stressed. Hit my figs with two scotts fruit tree spikes every spring and compost.
- Wednesday, September 07, 2011
Reviewed By: Ashley (Madison, Wisconsin)
When we received this dwarf fig tree, I was incredibly doubtful as it was little more than a small stick with a few leaves. It's only been a few months and this fig has gone nuts! We planted it in a relatively large container and left it outside in the sun, and its doing wonderfully. I've already had to prune some small shoots down at the bottom and it has gorgeous giant and healthy leaves. I don't doubt it will be producing figs in a couple of months!
- Thursday, August 04, 2011
Reviewed By: ray marshall (Lerona , West Virginia)
I live in the southern end of West Virginia. I was reluctant to order these trees because I figured they wouldn't produce fruit here unless you planted them in a container and store then inside during the Winter. What I have experienced is that I loanted three of these trees in April, 2011 and they produced leaves already and I have witnessed and was completely shocked to see some Figs on two of the trees. The tallest tree is about 18 inches tall. Had I knew that they would produce fruit so soon an in this area, I would have planted them years ago. I am just waiting to taste the ripened fruit.
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