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Everbearing Fig

Ficus carica 'Everbearing'

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Everbearing Fig

Ficus carica 'Everbearing'

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Ficus carica 'Everbearing'

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The Everbearing Fig is one of the easiest fig trees to grow in warmer regions, and also one of the easiest fruit trees to grow in pots in cooler areas. Delicious figs can be produced twice a year in good locations and nothing tastes like a tree-ripened fig. The fruit can also be easily dried in the sun or a cool oven and kept all year for eating or baking. The tree is tough, has almost no pests or diseases, is very drought-resistant and it is the most low-maintenance of all the fruit trees. You could be enjoying fresh figs within a year or two or planting this easy-to-grow tree in your garden.

  • Heavy crops of delicious figs twice a year
  • Best way to enjoy fully-ripened figs
  • Easily grown, even in poor soil
  • Grow in a pot in colder areas
  • Disease and pest free

The Everbearing Fig is easy to grow in any sunny spot. It thrives in poor, dry soil, and once it is established it is very drought resistant. It is usually free of any pests or diseases, and very easy to grow. It will grow outdoors in the open in zones 8 and 9. In zone 7 and sheltered parts of zone 6 it is best grown across a south-facing wall. In colder zones it should be grown in a pot and protected from freezing in winter. You do not even need a bright place to store the tree over winter in a pot as the tree is dormant and needs not light at that time.