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Ficus (Fig Tree)

Fig Tree belong to a broad genus of subtropical to tropical evergreen or deciduous woody shrubs and trees. Many species are cultivated for their showy foliage, a couple of species make edible fruits. Easily grown in any rich, well drained substrate in containers in cooler climates with reduced watering in winter and a minimum of some 5°C. In milder regions plants offered on this page can be grown outside in the garden with some protective mulch layer in winter.
Sow dustlike seeds on top of any humus rich, slightly sandy, well drained, always slightly moist soil. Do not cover seeds with soil and keep pots in a partially shaded to sunny spot at some 20°C throughout the year. Until seedlings are strong enough keep plants frostfree in winter.
All are USDA Climate Zone 8.
20 seeds per package..
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Ficus auriculata (Himalaya Fig Tree)

Ficus auriculata (Himalaya Fig Tree)

2 (5)m, Himalaya Fig Tree or Elephant Ear Fig is a showy semi evergreen and semi winter hardy tall shrub to small tree with very large, oval leaves and large, dark purplish red fruits born on the stem. These have a dark purplish-red flesh with a slightly bitter, pineapple-strawberry taste. Fruits are edible after being cooked and can be prepared into preserves an relishes. Easily grown in any rich, well drained substrate in containers in cooler climates with reduced watering in winter and a minimum of some 5°C. VII-IX.
20 seeds per package.

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package 6038 € 7,99
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