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rfamilystore@gmail.com starts with ...
Please can you help me I have 2 fig tree that come from baby tree around a old fig we have not got any fruit from the trees I tryed some pruning technices but still know fruit they are around 2 years
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2nd January 2021 3:30am
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Julie says...
They may be too young to fruit. Most likely though, as they are from seed, they may never fruit. You could maybe try grafting onto them from the original tree.
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jakfruit etiquette says...
I have a few fig seedlings here from a blue black fig.
1 is identical, 2 are grey whitish but similar, 1 is better than original, 2 or more are duds with non sweet floury large figs that taste a bit like some of the native figs.
They might be ok as vegetables.
There are other figs around town in odd places, probably seedlings, seem to have ok figs.
Most of mine seemed to fruit at 2 to 3 M tall.
Not all fruit each year, but are neglected also.
Any chance yours are root suckers ??
Are the leaves different to the parent tree ??
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