Hardy kiwi is amazing. Huge vines and after some years, lots of sweet fruit.

Hardy kiwi is amazing. Huge vines and after some years, lots of sweet fruit.

Botanical name: Ficus carica, many varieties Where it will grow: Hardy to 0 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 7 to 9)  Water requirement: Light...

Botanical name: Ficus carica, many varieties Where it will grow: Hardy to 0 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 7 to 9) Water requirement: Light...

Explore figtreequilts photos on Flickr. figtreequilts has uploaded 761 photos to Flickr.

Explore figtreequilts photos on Flickr. figtreequilts has uploaded 761 photos to Flickr.

stunning giant owl garden sculptures covered in flowers by Ernesto JT, via Flickr

stunning giant owl garden sculptures covered in flowers by Ernesto JT, via Flickr

How To Grow Fig Trees | Learn how to grow figs right in your own backyard. | SouthernLiving.com

How To Grow Figs

How To Grow Fig Trees | Learn how to grow figs right in your own backyard. | SouthernLiving.com

Fruit plants that double as regular “yard” plants without a lot of special care include figs (Celeste is the best for us), blueberries, pomegranate, native plums, some apples and pears (“fire blight” resistant varieties only), Oriental persimmons, muscadine grapes (with annual pruning), pawpaw, tree quince, elderberry, mulberry, and potted citrus (kumquats, satsumas, lemons are easiest in pots).

Fruit plants that double as regular “yard” plants without a lot of special care include figs (Celeste is the best for us), blueberries, pomegranate, native plums, some apples and pears (“fire blight” resistant varieties only), Oriental persimmons, muscadine grapes (with annual pruning), pawpaw, tree quince, elderberry, mulberry, and potted citrus (kumquats, satsumas, lemons are easiest in pots).

Tips on growing fig trees! (Ficus carica, or 'Brown Turkey' fig)

How to grow: figs

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