On a dewy morning in early spring some while back, we purchased a small fig tree in a gallon pot at our farmer’s market.
That tree is now soaring over seven feet tall and rewards us with an abundance of sweet chewy figs. The more we pick them the more the tree produces.
Figs continue ripening from early fall to a hard frost. Here in North Carolina that can be the beginning of October. Our tree has gone through early light frost with only the outer figs being damaged, the fruit in the center toward the trunk were fine.