Fig Garden Hardy Fruit Tree Self Fertile Plant Produces High Yields of Sweet Edible Figs for Patios & Kitchen Gardens 1 x Fig Violette de Bordeaux in 3 Litre Pot by Thompson & Morgan B07FQSHXB1

Fig Garden Hardy Fruit Tree Self Fertile Plant Produces High Yields of Sweet Edible Figs for Patios & Kitchen Gardens 1 x Fig Violette de Bordeaux in 3 Litre Pot by Thompson & Morgan B07FQSHXB1
Fig Garden Hardy Fruit Tree Self Fertile Plant Produces High Yields of Sweet Edible Figs for Patios & Kitchen Gardens 1 x Fig Violette de Bordeaux in 3 Litre Pot by Thompson & Morgan B07FQSHXB1 Fig Garden Hardy Fruit Tree Self Fertile Plant Produces High Yields of Sweet Edible Figs for Patios & Kitchen Gardens 1 x Fig Violette de Bordeaux in 3 Litre Pot by Thompson & Morgan B07FQSHXB1 Fig Garden Hardy Fruit Tree Self Fertile Plant Produces High Yields of Sweet Edible Figs for Patios & Kitchen Gardens 1 x Fig Violette de Bordeaux in 3 Litre Pot by Thompson & Morgan B07FQSHXB1 Fig Garden Hardy Fruit Tree Self Fertile Plant Produces High Yields of Sweet Edible Figs for Patios & Kitchen Gardens 1 x Fig Violette de Bordeaux in 3 Litre Pot by Thompson & Morgan B07FQSHXB1 Fig Garden Hardy Fruit Tree Self Fertile Plant Produces High Yields of Sweet Edible Figs for Patios & Kitchen Gardens 1 x Fig Violette de Bordeaux in 3 Litre Pot by Thompson & Morgan B07FQSHXB1 Fig Garden Hardy Fruit Tree Self Fertile Plant Produces High Yields of Sweet Edible Figs for Patios & Kitchen Gardens 1 x Fig Violette de Bordeaux in 3 Litre Pot by Thompson & Morgan B07FQSHXB1
Product Code: B07FQSHXB1
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Price: £92.63 £29.95
This particularly hardy fig thrives well in UK gardens and has a long history of reliable garden performance. Dating from around 1680, it was found to thrive in Versailles during the cold winter months and has been a popular variety ever since. The small purple-black fruits have impeccable flavour and produce a marvellous aroma during warm sunny days. Fig 'Violette de Bordeaux' produces two crops every year - the first arrives in summer and the second begins to develop shortly afterwards. The younger fruits ripen early the following year, particularly if protected from winter frosts. Grow fig trees in a sheltered, sunny position. A warm, south facing site against a wall is ideal. Figs prefer a moisture retentive, fertile, well-drained soil that is slightly alkaline. Prior to planting fig trees, incorporate plenty of well-rotted manure or garden compost into the planting hole. Figs have a vigorous growth habit but can be restricted by planting them in a container, which can then be submerged into the soil. When planting in containers, use a well-drained compost such as John Innes No.3. When growing fig trees in containers they should be repotted every two years. If figs are to be wall trained, install support wires prior to planting. 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.Position: Full Sun
Height: Up to 3m when fully established
Spread: Up to 4m when fully established
Supplied as 1 x Fig 'Violette de Bordeaux' / 'Negronne' bush in a 3 Litre Pot.
Delivered with growing and care instructionsImages shown are for guidance only of the expected results from plants upon maturity. Different growing conditions might vary results. Image may be included for illustration of supply but can vary due to seasonality changes (e.g. deciduous plants lose leaves in colder months).

Fig Garden Hardy Fruit Tree Self Fertile Plant Produces High Yields of Sweet Edible Figs for Patios & Kitchen Gardens 1 x Fig Violette de Bordeaux in 3 Litre Pot by Thompson & Morgan B07FQSHXB1

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