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Out of Season Hardy Everbearing Fig
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Hardy Everbearing Fig

Often Bears Fruit in the First Year!

Why wait for delicious meaty figs? This versatile dwarf not only bears its sweet, 2 in. long fruit often in the first year, but it will thrive indoors or out. The glossy green tropical-looking foliage looks magnificent on a patio or move it indoors to grace a sunny spot in your home. Grows 12-15 ft tall with a slightly smaller spread. Potted plants.Not available in AZ, CA.



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  • Botanical Name: Ficus carica 'Brown Turkey'
  • Height: 8 - 10 feet, but shorter if planted in containers
  • Spacing: 3 - 5 feet
  • Depth: Plant at the same level as n the pot.
  • Spread: 3 - 4 feet
  • Light Required: Full sun to partial shade
  • Pollinator: Self pollinating.
  • Yield: Varies
  • Foliage: 3 to 5 lobed medium green, coarse in texture.
  • Fruit: Dark mahogany skin with rich red flesh
  • Zone: 7 - 10 (0° F.) (Hardy to 0° and 5° F.)
  • Form: Tender fruit
  • Flower Form: Inconspicuous flowers (hidden inside the bud).
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained - not particular about soil, will take clay-like or sandy as long as it well drained
  • Growth Rate: Moderate growth rate.
  • Pruning: Do not require regular pruning once established. Prune figs trees annually during the first three growing seasons to establish desired shape. Best to prune immediately after the main crop is harvested in early fall.
  • Comments: Enjoy tasty figs with dark mahogany skin and rich red flesh. Good for eating fresh, baking, preserves or dried fruit. In northern climates, plant in a container on the patio and move indoors for the winter. When the fruit is fully ripe and at is peak for eating, shipping them to the grocery is difficult. Every summer you can walk out into your own yard and enjoy them right away in mid summer and again in late summer to early fall. Figs are self fruitful, no need for another to pollinate. Good for fresh eating, baking, preserves or dried fruit.

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