Fig tree dating
I have a brown turkey fig and it doesn't produce many figs here in Oklahoma.
They moved to a new house and they missed their fig tree. So I thought I would surprise my daughter in law and give this to her.
May die back in colder climates and resume growth in spring. Fruit produced on the older wood will appear in early summer and fruit on new growth will appear in early fall. Order now and your credit card won't be charged until your climate is suitable for planting success and your order is shipped. This should Be as tall as possible for better production. He has had excellent luck with it and it has given him lots of figs each year. These are the best to when making fig preserve and plus you can eat these right off the tree. We had a few of the trees down in Louisiana and us kids use to pick and eat them right off the tree. In search of a birthday present for my mother, I simply googled ??? Planted it early spring and it grew to almost 3 times its stem size and had a half dozen delicious figs late summer.
That's why we only ship living products during certain times of the year. The Chicago Hardy came highly recommended to me by one of my coworkers. This should Be as tall as possible for better production. Brown Turkey has been recommended for our area here in northwest Oklahoma, but after reading about the hardiness of this fig, I'm thinking the heat tolerance might really work here....crossing my fingers. I purchased the Chicago Hardy Fig early last spring.
thanks We have both Brown Turkey and Chicago Hardy and live in Springfield, Illinois.This will be its first winter survival - a meek winter. This will be its first winter survival - a meek winter. I'm in Zone 5, so if you are in this zone or warmer, you should be OK.We e had Chicago hearty and brown turkeys in the ground. Now we're growing them in large containers and we put them in the barn for the winter. I would like to purchase a chicagohardy fig tree for a large ( 2' x 2' x 2' ) square container - in my back yard in Philadelphia PA - would this be a suitable tree for this environment?We cover them with three feet of straw and they do very well.They are in the ground (ground level) and die back in our area. We have both Brown Turkey and Chicago Hardy and live in Springfield, Illinois.