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Fig Brown Turkey

Fig Brown Turkey

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Large fruit with rich flavour and pink flesh. Will bear two crops a year, early Summer and Autumn.

FIG CULTURAL NOTES

Ficus carica varieties

Fast growing, self-fertile, deciduous trees to approx. 3-5 m tall bearing masses of tasty fruit throughout the warmer months.

Fig Cultural Notes Ficus carica varietiesFigs grow best in light well drained neutral soil in full sun. While they prefer a warm, dry climate they appreciate plenty of water while the fruit is developing.

Plant in well worked soil (incorporate fertiliser and/or compost). Water in well and keep moist until established.

Apply fertiliser as recommended, annually in Winter. Fig trees usually require little pruning as they naturally form a good shape. However, old trees may require a regenerative prune as the fruit is borne on new wood.