Training Your Fig Tree

How To Train Your Dragon Training your tree, not a dragon Training your fig tree, not training your dragons. Here are some basic examples on fig tree shapes. There are two common forms that a fig tree can be trained into: Single trunk [D], open vase type and the multi-trunk system [C]. Northeastern fig trees can be […]

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Official Fig Facts

Here is an official list of fig facts from Purdue University. These facts show everything from home remedies to nutritional information. http://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/morton/fig.html Here is a more human version of the nutritional information: http://caloriecount.about.com/calories-figs-dried-uncooked-i9094?size=2 Here’s another good resource on Fig Facts. It’s an Australian site with info about how figs are grown in California. I found […]

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Potted Fig Trees

General Care For Potted Fig Trees Potted fig trees need certain requirements in order to grow successfully. Consider the following tips. Pot Type Choose a pot with a manageable size with holes on the bottom. The one I provide is a nursery pot, which means it’s the black flimsy kind that has large holes on […]

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