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‘Magnolia’

Fig

Ficus carica

'Magnolia'

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  • Edible
  • Unique foliage
  • Very vigorous
Description

Grown for its foliage as well as its fruit, 'Magnolia' is a unique fig with distinctively cut leaves that give it a fine, lacy effect. Bearing some of the largest fruits of any fig, it will help you meet your customers' growing demand for edible ornamentals.

USDA Zone 7 - 11 (0°F/-17°C)

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Exposure Full sun, Part sun

Height 4 - 10'

Width 4 - 10'

Finish Time .5 season

Type Deciduous

Bloom Time Spring

Flower Color Green

Foliage Color Green

Liner Sizes 4"

Soil Requires well-drained soil; tolerant of dry conditions.

Pruning Pruning not required in cold climates, except to remove any winter damaged wood if present. In warm climates, plants can be thinned in early spring, as new growth begins to emerge.

Uses Edible gardens, specimen, shrub borders, herb gardens.

Growing Tips Site in a protected area and mulch well in colder areas. Loves sunny, dry conditions. Plants can also be grown in pots and stored on the dry side over winter. Figs are ready to harvest when they are soft and sweet.