r.fred.bruns at gmail.com
Mon Aug 4 09:49:43 EDT 2008
I have had good results with Hardy Chicago and Petit Negri, and a
Marseilles/St Anthony plant I bought last year looks like it is going to
produce. I grow them in 20" plastic pots and put them in the garage around
the first hard freeze (usually early November). If the plants have immature
fruit in the fall, the fruit will continue developing in the spring as long
as it doesn't freeze too hard in storage.
My original plant of Hardy Chicago got killed to the ground every winter,
even with protection, so it never produced. I eventually dug it up and put
it in pots and it has produced well ever since.
On 8/3/08, Tree Taxi <treetaxi at mcleodusa.net> wrote:
> Please let the list know when you do.
> My favorite fig for container is Brooklyn White for largest crop, but you
> can grow just any fig in a container.
> here's a photo of my Brooklyn White
> I'll be posting some for sale on Ebay.
> bass samaan
> zone 6, pa
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