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Ficus carica 'Little Miss Figgy'

Ficus carica 'Little Miss Figgy'

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(Brown Turkey Fig) New to us, this is a compact deciduous shrub suitable for growing in a large container which has deeply cut, dark green leaves and plenty of tasty fruit each autumn.

The fruit takes up to 12 months to develop in the United Kingdom and are usually edible in August or September after the previous years flowering.

They grow and fruit most reliably when in a sunny position near a warm wall or fence as the reflected heat helps ripen the fruit in summer.

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Supplied Size
  • 3 litre pot (3-4 years old, 40-60 cm tall)

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(flat fee for any number of plants by courier to most of the UK*)

Standard: £7.95
Priority: £15
Click & Collect: Free

*Surcharges apply for delivery to Highlands & Islands.
Standard shipping is shown as default
this can be changed during checkout.

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  • Position: Hot in full sun.
  • Soil: Well drained soil. Ficus carica 'Little Miss Figgy' will tolerate dry soils and is drought resistant.
  • Hardiness: Hardy. A very cold, prolonged winter may cause die back on some shoots, but it will recover well in the following year.
  • Flowering Period: June - September.
  • Flower Colour: Green
  • Rate of Growth: Slow.
  • Habit: Compact medium siazed, branching shrub once established.
    • Height: 1.5 - 2 m (5 - 6 ft) if left unpruned.
    • Spread: 1.2 - 1.5 m (4 - 5 ft) if left unpruned.
  • Pruning: Prune in late spring to remove any frost damaged material and thin out new shoots to ensure that plenty of light will reach the inner branches. This will help stimulate fruit production.
  • Notes: Ficus carica 'Little Miss Figgy' should be planted with a restricted root run outdoors to encourage fruiting and reduce over development. This can be achieved by either planting it in a large container, or digging quantities of gravel, stone, old terracotta pots, etc into the planting site. If planted into a nutrient rich soil, fig trees will usually produce huge amounts of new growth, lush leaves and very little fruit.
How Much Sun
Full Sun
Eventual Size
Shrub - Medium (1.5m - 3m)
Growing Conditions
Soil: Dry/Sandy, Soil: Not Fussy, Site: Coastal Areas
Special Features
Suitable for Containers, Fruit - Edible
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