Potting and Pruning advise needed
Last year I planted a fig in the ground in my greenhouse in late summer. The growth died overwinter I assume because of not being protected enough from the cold. It regrew from the ground this spring and there are 3 shoots that are between 5 and 6 feet tall. One of them has 2 figs about the size of a large marble. It looks like there are others above them just starting. I want to pot this fig so I can bring it into a cold room overwinter.
Should I wait until it goes dormant?? I would really like to see what type of figs these are and wondered if I could pot it now and put it in a south facing room with lots of light. Would the figs ripen indoors?? I assume I need another month or 2 for them to ripen.
How should I prune this plant considering it will be potted? Should I only leave 1 trunk or leave all 3? Should I prune it now above where the figs are (about 3 feet from the ground)?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.