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Naturally dwarf variety!
Ideal for a container on the patio
Produces 2 crops per year
Fulfilled and sold by Thompson & Morgan
Height Up to 180cm (70in)
Spread Up to 120cm (48in)
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This dwarf mutation of the traditional variety 'Violette de Bordeaux' makes it easy to grow your own Figs in even the smallest of gardens! Fig 'Little Miss Figgy' has a neat compact habit, reaching just 1.8m tall. The large leaves are deeply lobed, making an attractive ornamental feature for a sheltered border or large patio pot.
Just like its parent plant, Fig 'Little Miss Figgy' produces two crops per year, in late Spring and early Autumn. Each smooth-skinned fig has sweet, juicy flesh. The purple fruits are borne in profusion along the branches, and if protected over winter the second crop will ripen early during the following summer. Height: 1.8m (6’). Spread: 1.2m (4’).
1 x 9cm potted fig plant (KB2925)
2 x 9cm potted fig plants (KB5859)
Water fig trees regularly, particularly during hot dry periods. Figs will not require much feeding except for a mulch of well rotted manure or compost to the base of the plant in spring. In particularly cold areas container grown plants can be moved to a frost free position in winter to protect the developing fruits and fruit bearing shoot tips from frost. Protect the fruits and stems of figs grown outdoors by wrapping them in a layer of straw and hessian in severe weather.
Figs may be fan trained against a wall or grown as a bush. To bush train: Start pruning fig trees in the first spring after planting. Select 8 to 10 well spaced branches on a clear trunk of at least 60cm (24") and shorten them by half to encourage more branching and to establish a framework. Remove the central stem to just above the highest of the selected branches. Remove any crossing, crowded or damaged shoots from between selected branches to create an open bush.
In following years figs require little pruning except to remove any damaged or misplaced shoots to maintain the open framework. New shoots can be pinch pruned in summer back to 5 or 6 leaves to encourage fruit formation.
When growing figs in the UK climate the fruits will develop in spring and ripen throughout the summer for harvesting in late summer or autumn when soft. A second crop may begin to develop in late summer. Leave these figs intact - any that survive the winter will ripen the following year.Caution: The foliage and sap of Ficus carica is harmful if eaten and may irritate the skin and eyes.
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