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About Fig Plants

Anjeer, a beautiful small fig plant, comes with an interesting spreading habit. Its smooth and silver-tinted bark stands as the perfect example of mother nature’s beautiful creation. Scientifically known as carica, meaning leaves looking like papayas, its fruit or anjeer, have a top-shaped, or pear-shaped body, with varied colours from yellowish-green to copper and bronze.
Fig plants are easy to plant and require a bit of patience and perseverance while handling the same.
To get the know-how in detail about the same, keep reading its importance, uses and associated care-guidelines provided below.

Fig Plant Varieties:
  • Caprifigs
  • Smyrna
  • San Pedro
  • Common figs
  • Strangler figs
  • Celest
  • Alma figs
  • Brown Turkey
  • Purple Genca

Importance of Fig Plants

Fig plants have always had very high importance in human beings. This is because they are considered a symbol of fertility in the Italian and Spanish cultures. In China, the fig tree is revered as a symbol of longevity and good fortune. There is also a belief that by eating this fig plant one would be able to stay young forever!

Figs are also eaten as an energy food while some chew on its bark for an energy drink! It is also believed that the fig leaf protects against sickness and diseases.

The routine care of these well-known fig plants never comes under the ‘easy’ category. But you will definitely earn ‘plant-parent’ status with this choosy plant, by following all the care guidelines. Place the figs in front of a window that receives direct morning or afternoon light. You want a window that has a mostly unobstructed eastern, western, or southern exposure — no trees or close buildings should be shading the window.

Feel free to check its varieties, plant specifications, care, along with its several benefits from NurseryLive’s online store and cherry-pick your choice. Elevate your home decor with this flourishing foliage, worthy of ‘extra-tending’!


FAQ

are fig plants evergreen?

The majority of Ficus species are evergreen with a few deciduous species found in nontropical locations

do fig plants have flowers?

A fig tree will never have flowers. The blossom is the fruit which is actually an inverted flower. The fig tree produces two crops every year the smaller breba crop in early July and the larger breba crop in late summer. The term is derived from the Spanish word breva which means short.

do fig plants like humidity?

A sunny site in your yard receiving full sun to partial shade is required for fig trees. To produce the most fruit fruit trees require as much sun as possible a minimum of 7 to 8 hours of sun exposure is advised.

do fig plants need sun?

A sunny place in your yard that receives full sun to light shade is ideal for fig trees. To produce the most fruit fruit trees require as much sun as they can get a minimum of 7 to 8 hours of sun exposure is advised.

how are fig plants pollinated?

Wasps belonging to the Hymenoptera family Agaonidae fertilise figs. Pollination is peculiar in that the wasp must enter the fig through the ostiole to reach the blooms and the wasp frequently dies inside the fig following pollination and oviposition.

how to grow fig plants in pots?

A wide vareity of fig-plants are available on nurserylive. You can explore and order them from there accordenly.

when do fig plants fruit?

Harvesting takes place between June and September in warmer and inland areas. Fig trees may give fruit throughout the year in some tropical regions with increasing production in the early summer and midwinter.

where can i buy fig plants?

A wide vareity of fig-plants are available on nurserylive. You can explore and order them from there accordenly.