Figs make a welcome addition to home container gardens and landscapes. They can be container grown and can be considered either a small tree or a multi-stemmed shrub, decided only by the way you choose to train it. They fruit on the current year’s growth. This allows the plant to fruit even if it froze to the ground during winter months. These are all self-pollinating varieties. Fruit can be eaten out of hand, dried, baked, frozen, and used in preserves. Feed and water well during the active growing season.
Chill Hours Required: 100 hours after leaves have senesced and fallen off.