Monday, 13 March 2017

My home grown fig trees update in March 2017

After 10 months into planting fig trees, we have experienced many ups and downs like many other endeavors. Trees too need our loving tender care. For the last few weeks, our fig trees have started fruiting. Under ideal conditions, a fig takes more or less 2 months to ripen. Let me give you a tour around our home grown fig trees which are bearing fruits.


Different varieties has its own distinct texture and taste, that's why fig collectors are cultivating many different types of varieties and their prices are also varies.  Will update again when they are ripen.

6 comments:

  1. Time flies. Your fig plant is big.

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  2. So cute hehe. Does each tree produce a lot of fruit?

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  3. The figs are cute! The plants are so small and already bearing fruit.

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  4. Wow...the fig trees are bearing lots of fruits and interesting that not all have the same design of leaves.! No need to wrap up the fruits lest they get attacked by insects?

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  5. Agnes, you are fantastic. The fig trees are growing so well under your tender, loving care.

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  6. Very impressive, Agnes! Keep up the good work! xoxo

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