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Texas Everbearing Fig
Growing Zones: 7-11
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Mature Height: 12-15 ft.
Mature Width: 8-10 ft.
Sunlight: Full
Botanical: Ficus Carica
Cannot Ship to: AZ
Plant Directions: Sent with Order
This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

Texas Everbearing Fig

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Sweet, Delicious Figs in Your Backyard

The Texas Everbearing Fig tree is a beautiful addition to your yard as well as a source of sweet, delicious fruit. It's lovely to see and easy to grow, making it a great addition to your yard. This wide-spreading tree has branches that can reach 20 feet or more!

It can grow upwards of 25 feet tall but many owners keep their trees pruned to make harvesting easier. Its large, green leaves give it a tropical appearance in the spring and summer. The striking trunk structure provides a feature for the winter garden.

This fruit of the Texas Fig is brownish-yellow and medium-sized. Often grown in the state whose name it bears, this tree can also be grown in somewhat cooler climates. However since it is a native to Asia Minor, it does prefer a similar clime.

You'll be captivated by the beauty and bounty of the Texas Fig.

During hot spells, you may see some browning and spotting on your leaves. Don't worry- it's only temporary. It focuses all its energy on producing fruit. The leaves then turn brown in the fall, but turn a vibrant green in early spring.

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