Growing in All Seasons Room

briana_2006May 2, 2010

Hello all -

If one were to have an all seasons room with an all glass roof and all glass on the east, south, and west sides could Figs be grown all year round and still produce fruit?

Or must figs have chilling hours and go dormant through the winter?

Would the trees weaken and die grown all year?

Would it depend on the variety grown?

Any help is appreciated.



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I've tried to grow figs inside at warmer temps with full sun over the winter. They just get spindly. Maybe in a more southern latitude they might do better.

Good Luck,
Little John

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