Fig trees are a treasure of the European garden that are actually extremely easy to grow in the Pacific Northwest. Figs are spreading, rambling trees that produce 1-2 crops of delicious fresh fruit a year if given enough warmth and heat. Even in cooler areas you should be able to get 1 crop.Figs do not require a pollinator to produce fruit.
Plant figs in warm, south facing locations that receive plenty of sun. Soil should be moist, but well drained. Extreme winter cold may cause die-back, but the plant will usually recover from the base.
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