9 Fig Tree Care Questions Answered | Chicago Hardy Fig Tree | Zone 5 Gardening | Guten Yardening —– Fast Growing Trees Link: https://bit.ly/3qzecRF ——————
In this video we focus on some of the questions you might have about growing your own fig tree.
Our Chicago Hardy Fig, which we purchased from fastgrowingtrees.com has left it’s dormant state, and is now taking off in our indoor growing space. This type of fig is hardy from zones 5-10, though our winters here in zone 5 are cold enough that we have decided to grow this tree in a container so we can move the fig indoors as necessary during the cold winter but then move it back outdoors as the weather warms up.
Please enjoy the video, and let us know if you have any questions we can answer.
Link to a UCDavis article on common fig diseases: http://fruitandnuteducation.ucdavis.edu/fruitnutproduction/Fig/Fig_Pest_Deficiencies/Fig_Disease_Disorders/
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