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How to Grow Figs

How to Grow Figs

Figs are in season right now and oh, how I love them. I used to have a fig tree. It was a brown turkey fig tree.

Ants on fig trees can be especially problematic because many types of figs have an opening through which they can readily enter. Learn more about controlling ants in fig trees in this article.

Ants On Fig Trees – Tips For Protecting Fig Trees From Ants

Fig Tree Ants: How To Keep Ants Off Fig Trees - Ants on fig trees can be especially problematic because many types of figs have an opening through which they can readily enter. Learn more about controlling ants in fig trees in this article.

The Fig harvest season is in full swing, and this is great news because the sweet rich flavor of figs, combined with their soft pulp and crunchy seeds make

Figs: Learn the Secrets to Large Harvests

The Fig harvest season is in full swing, and this is great news because the sweet rich flavor of figs, combined with their soft pulp and crunchy seeds make for an irresistible treat that can’t…

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 (I want Brown Turkey), blueberries, some apples and pears (fire blight resistant varieties only), and potted citrus (I want a "regular" lemon, not Meyer).

Guide to Growing Brussels Sprouts Brussels Sprouts – Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera The Brussels sprout vegetable was known and cultivated in Belgium, particularly in areas around Brussels …

Growing Brussels Sprouts Sprouts have always been one of the most popular winter green vegetables. They can be grown to give you a supply of sprouts from

Hi everyone!  I have received several email regarding how to cut herbs and keep them healthy afterwards. So, I thought I would do a very qu...

How to cut herbs - for basil don't pluck leaves off, instead trim stem. Leave two sets of leaves on stem (leaves grow in pairs across from each other). Cut immediately above the second set of leaves from the ground. Plant will then grow new branches from

Potted Ginger Harvest - Learn how to grow your own ginger this winter!!

Growing container Ginger - I have a silly hobby of trying to make food from the grocery store grow. I think it is fascinating how much produce can be planted. For fun, this last[.

We have always had beautiful peaches here in western North Carolina

How to start and grow peach trees from seed (also nectarines and apricots) - have FREE producing fruit trees in years! I lost one of my peach trees, only have one left (with the BEST peaches in the world . I am SO doing this next year!

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