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DeGroot Fig Chicago Hardy, 1 Plant

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Figs are incredibly healthy; they are free of fat and cholesterol. They have the highest content of minerals and have more fiber than any other fruit. This hardy shrub produces dark-colored, small-to-medium edible fruit that has skin in tones ranging from light brown to violet and has a sweet, rich flavor. The fruit inside is the color of a strawberry. The medium-sized fruit ripens to a delicious sweetness in late summer and early fall. The succulent fruits can be enjoyed fresh or dried. They are high-yielding and easy to grow. The "Chicago" hardy fig prefers full or part sun, can freeze to the ground and come back to produce a crop in the same year. Now, northern gardeners can enjoy growing delicious figs at home.

  • Will die back to ground level in the colder climates, which is normal
  • In the spring the plant will grow back and produce fruit again
  • You can protect them with a layer of leaves held in place around the base of the plant
  • "Chicago" Hardy Fig is self-pollinating and the fruit will be sweet and ready to eat by late summer or early fall
  • Spacing: 3-6 ft.

Specification Description
Brand: DeGroot
Flower Color: Varies
Hardiness Zones: 5,6,7,8
Plant Height: Varies
Plant Type: Perennial
Product Type: Fruit Plants
Warranty: Guaranteed to grow for 1 Year
Manufacturer Part Number TSFRFGCH

How long before I can expect fruit from 'Chicago' Hardy Fig plant?

Asked by: Hilbert
The Hardy Fig may fruit the first year; however, the quality of the fruit is not typically very good the first year. The quality of the fruit is better in 2-3 years after planting.
Answered by: Alicia M
Date published: 2018-08-09
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